:: Volume 10, Issue 38 (5-2019) ::
ادبستان 2019, 10(38): 30-46 Back to browse issues page
The Objectivity of Intuitive Knowledge in Islamic mysticism
Azim Hamzian Mr *, Saba Fadavi Ms
semnan university
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One of the important issues in the philosophy of mysticism is the reality of the appurtenant in mystical intuition. Among the important issues this section is answer to this question of how can justify that objectivity in mystical intuition, according to philosophical reality (ontology) and epistemological issues. In this essay, we have tried to study the objectivity of intuitive knowledge in Islamic mysticism. Objectivity in this article is used in two means، ص One means the Kantian, that according to the main criterion of objectivity to be a common understanding and to be tried for everyone. And according to this view, the intuitive knowledge in mysticism can have objective because this knowledge can be obtained by way of practical action with similar procedures and to cross the designated homes under the supervision of the Sheikh or Murad for the seekers is achievable; therefore, the necessity of the presence of the Sheikh to cross the homes can be regarded as the main criterion for this objectivity. And the other means is externally and reality-in the face of subjectivity- the possession of mysticism is a real thing apart from the illusion and mystic mentality, and mysticism have objectivity. According to the truth theory of conformity, this objectivity is a criterion for assessing validity and distinguishing it from purely mental imaginings.
Keywords: Objectivity, common understanding, Kant, mystical homes, intuitive knowledge
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2018/09/10 | Accepted: 2019/02/25 | Published: 2020/01/9

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