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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Mulla Sadra as a great Islamic philosopher has provided various expositions about God-knowledge and self-knowledge in his various works. These expositions have been counted and they exceed to ten, including: idea and form, the perfect man, the nucleus of the nucleus of the human crust, thralldom, immateriality of the soul, “There is no cause in Being but Allah”, the first intellect, the evolution of man, the universe-knowledge and the connective being, At first glance, it seems that these independent expositions are the interpretation of this tradition: "the person who knows himself knows his God". By examining whether the knowledge in these cases is acquired or intuitive and whether self-knowledge and God-knowledge are the same or different, these ten expositions trace back to "the connective being". Therefore, according to the studies, it seems that these expositions which sounded independent and irrelevant to each other, are actually the different aspects of a single one.
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