Islamic philosophy and dialectical principles

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The present book is a philosophical work, intending comparative philosophy.
It is written by “Ayatollah sobhani”. The author performs  a comparison between dialectical principles and the views of Islamic philosophy.

The author
Ayatollah Jafar   sobhani  Tabrizi ,contemporary Iranian scholar. Born in 1930,  in Tabriz into a religious family. He studied in Persian literature, the  books “  Nasaab al- sebyan” , Abwab al- Jenan “ (the  doors of paradise) , “ Mo jam History” in the presence of “ Mirza Mahmud Fazel”.  Then he continued  his studies  in “ Tableiyeh school”  in Tabriz he was trained into presence  of great scholars : Ayatollah  Ruhallah khomenini, sheikh Hasan Nahwi and Mirza Muhammad Ali Modems khiyabani  Ayatollah sobhani is the founder of “ the center of Islamic  theological studies”.  And also one of the great teachers in “ Qom seminary

His works

1- Theological books and Mujam al- Mutakallemin
2- Mosoueh
3- The eternal  light
4- wahhabism. etc.


The book structure

The book is composed in 30 chapters:
1- Distinction between philosophical problems and scientific problems
2- The three limitations of sciences
3- The characteristics of material schools.
4- The applications of metaphysics, idealism and dialectic
5- Marxism in philosophical, historical and economic aspects
6- The first principle
7- The unity of conflict in dialectical philosophy
8- “Difference” is affirmative, “Discrimination” is not!
9- The principle that refuses contradiction in dialectical philosophy
10- Dialectical unity in philosophy of Hegel
11- Contradiction in thought
12- Realization of contradiction in nature
13- Philosophical inadequacies of philosophy of Hegel
14- Endeavour of person and society and philosophy of Hegel
15- The difference between dialectic of Marx and that of Hegel
16- Contradiction in philosophy of Marx
17- Marxism and the problems of unity of contradiction
18- Does contradiction have a creative role in nature?
19- “Motion” as the second dialectical principle
20- Is “Motion” a comprehensive principle?
21- Is there anything affirmative and absolute in the world?
22- “Motion” is Islamic philosophy
23- The past and the future are not separated from each other
24- Does any “motion” lead to evolution?
25-“Motion” in essence and substance
26- The stating “motion” in substance, etc.





Islamic philosophy and dialectical principles


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