کلید واژه های ماشینی : According Ibn Sina Mulla Sadra ، Unity Multiplicity Existence Transcendent ، Existence Transcendent Theosophy Sufism ، Multiplicity Existence Transcendent Theosophy ، According Anselm Isfah ، Conceptual Argument God ، In Islamic Sufism ، Conceptual Arguments God ، Divine Providence ، In Islamic Greek
"Keywords: Unity and multiplicity of existence, common analogicity, special analogicity, individual unity of being, causative mode of predication, conditional mode of predication, absolute mode of predication Wittgenstein’s Conception of Truth Sorūsh Dabbāgh and Reza Mosmer The present article, which deals with Wittgenstein’s conception of truth, attempts to show that, contrary to the prevailing interpretation, the later and the former Wittgenstein’s view of truth was identical. Divine Providence (`inayah) According to Ibn Sina and Mulla Sadra Mohammad Zabihi God’s relation to the world, a subject whose history is as lengthy as human thinking, is among the basic issues of philosophy and the Kalam in the Islamic world. Seeking to present the initiative in the field of social philosophy, the present article is going to compare the social opinions of Plato and Farabi, the two representatives of the Greek philosophy and the Islamic philosophy, and to show the resemblances and contrasts of their viewpoints."
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