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I was planning on posting this in March to commemorate Allamah’s birth, but never got around to it. And I finally finished watching this documentary recently, so I thought I’d share it out to anyone who doesn't know much about his personal life. Allamah Ṭabātabā'ī (may Allah bless his pure soul), as we best know him, was the author of Tafsīr Al-Mīzān – perhaps the greatest Qur'ānic exegesis in recent centuries. This documentary focuses on his early life and family, his lengthy educational career, his later years, as well as his personality and relations with others. I think everyone (f
(bismillah) (salam) Title should read: is 'knowledge by presence' ('ilm hudhuri) enough to prove the immaterial nature of the soul? Reason I'm asking is because I know Mulla Sadra (and more recently Allamah Tabatabai and Mutahhari) have used the 'knowledge by presence' argument to prove the immaterial nature of the soul, through several premises, one of which being 'the unchanging nature of the unchanging' (lit. trans. from arabic: ghayr al mutaghayr ghayr al mutaghayr). Those of you who've studied this know what I'm talking about and I don't want to explain their argumentation around this,
Original Link Active Knowledge of Allamah Tabataba'i By: Ayatullah Jawadi Amoli Translated by: Shia Translation If religious scholars do not act upon their knowledge, it causes the people to resent the religious sciences, or worse: to become disillusioned with religion itself. It is stated in some narrations that if the scholars carry the burden of knowledge the way they are meant to – if they promote truth, God and the angels will love them. However, if the scholar seeks knowledge for the sake of worldly gain, and without the intention to please God, he is hated by God. The Comman
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