Mulla Sadra and Metaphysics

Un libro in lingua di Rizvi Sajjad H. edito da Taylor & Francis, 2009

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There is unity to existence, and thoughtful people seek a singular explanation of reality; yet everyday phenomenal experience delivers nothing but plurality and multiplicity. How can this be? The analytic tradition of the anglophone world, and the continental Platonic and sympathetic traditions have both addressed the perennial issue, and Rizvi (Islamic studies and philosophy, U. of Exeter, Britain) informs his study with their insights as he explores how the metaphysics of famous Safavid philosopher Sadr al-Din Shirazi (d. 1635) sought reconciliation between the two realms. He begins by setting out methodological concerns and essentials of the modulation of being. Then he examines Sadra's semantics of modulated being, mental being, and reality and the circle of being. Annotation ©2009 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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