عنوان مقاله [English]
Islamic scholars, includingauthorities, theologians, philosophers and mystics, pay attention to the Quran and attempt to interpret it based on their knowledge and expertise and toproduce many exegetical works. This difference stems from their different definitions and criteria of correct and standard interpretation. As the founder of the philosophical school of Transcendental Wisdom, MullaSadra interprets Quran in the base of the Peripatetic and illumination schools. This article indicates correct interpretation and standard commentatorfrom point of view of MullaSadra. According to his Quranology, in the one hand, commentatorthrough rational arguing, and on the other hand, by intuition, connects to God's kingdom and the unseen universe and perceives the meanings of Quranic verses. In his terminology, these are called rational guidance (Hidayahalaqliyya) and illuminative brightness (Lomeye Eshraghiyye). The commentor of Quran by passing from understanding and reasoning and then depending to the talentof opinion and then insisting on that talent, he elevates to supreme talents, which its final degree is sacredtalent (QuvveyeQodsiyye). In his view, such as the prophets,commentator too has the ability of gaining sacred talent, provided that he observe the purity of soul, remove veils of soul and transfiguresoul with Divine lights. He says that his interpretation is the result of Divine hints to his heart.