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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Belief in substantial movement and in another words fluidity of the world, is one the most significant beliefs of Mullasadra’s worldview. This belief has a vast influence on our morality and mind as humans. If someone believes in substantial movement, every domain of their mind will be widely impressed. This paper aims to study the impacts of belief in substantial movement on human mind’s doxastic and cognitive domain. To achieve this purpose phenomenological approach is enlisted and the title is discussed with an intuitive and introspective methodology. The most important impact of mentioned belief on human mind’s cognitive dimension is on people’s view of their selves and the world, at first. The world won’t be a finished sustainable substance anymore in such people’s point of view but the world is becoming over and over, humans also have dynamic identities and they are building their identities in every second. The second point that gets reinforced as a result of the process of seeing self and the world and affects emotions and feelings strongly, is the belief in unpredictability and uncertainty of the world and human.