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Andishe-Novin-E-Dini 2007, 3(11): 127-144 Back to browse issues page
Reasoning and intuiting the standards for judgments
Abstract:   (895 Views)
What is the extension to which the act of reasoning and the standards of judgments are interrelated? The author, proposing Muslim scholars` views in the field and relying on traditions, ahadith, has concluded that firstly one has to answer the question: does the standard and expediency of Divine judgment lies in the judgment or in its object? The latter is signified, however, with view to some holy verses and traditions. Therefore, in some cases, one can obtain reasonability of standard and divine judgment. In this way, jurisprudents, when understanding the cause of judgment and in the lack of obstacles, can find the standard of Divine judgments. In the end, it should be stated that the discovery of reasonable standards of Divine judgments and talking on its necessity cannot be considered to be only passing through self-evident religious texts, establishing a kind of resemblance between self-evident religious and self-unclear texts and arousing the deeply rooted sensibility of Shiite scholars. It is essentially aimed, however, to prepare a ground for the progress of knowledge.
Key words: reason, standard, expediency, judgment, freely reasonable judgments.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: کلام قدیم
Received: 2020/12/16 | Accepted: 2007/12/31 | Published: 2007/12/31 | ePublished: 2007/12/31

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