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In the Arabic Peripatetic tradition, many of the central doctrines to which Avicenna and Mulla Ṣadrā subscribe, individuality entails materiality, which seems to suggest that human being can have a distinctly first-personal personal existence only when some kind of connection is preserved to the body as the necessary condition of one's individuation. (2) How do we account for f the emphatically sensual descriptions of the hereafter in the Revelation? Again, in the Peripatetic tradition all cognitive acts that involve objects with sensible characteristics require bodily instruments of cognition, in the absence of which the revealed reve account is in danger of becoming a mere metaphor.

And raised The International Conference of Religious Doctrines and the Mind-Body Problem controversies among mutakalimīn. Interestingly a variety of theories about the immateriality and materiality of the soul were at stake from the dawn of this discussion. In this paper, I will examine and compare the views of Hishām ibn Ḥakam Ḥ and Hishām ibn Sālim (of Shiite mutakalimīn) on the one hand, and Abulhodhail 'Allaf and Naẓām m (of Mu’tazilites) on the other, and will finally compare these with the views of the late Shiites Shiite and Mu’tazilites such as Sadūq, Mufīd, Murtaḍā, and Qāḍ ḍī 'Abd alJabbār.

Keywords: nafs (soul), Ghazāī, āī, immateriality, resurrection, qiyāmah. The Soul in the Quran from Tirmidhī 's View Mohammed Soori Islamic Sciences and Culture Academy (Qom, Iran) Though Tirmidhī has no independent work on Quranic exegesis, some of his discussions about the human soul throughout his works are of exegetical character. The most important of his works about the soul is Qawr al-Ūmūr which is the main 37 reference of this paper. Tirmidhī usually appeals to Quranic verses, and rarely does he recourse to other sources such as novel and unique in his time,, and it remains novel even today, though it had impacts on some mystics such ass Ibn Arabī.

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