عنوان مقاله [English]
Although there is a consensus among theologians and philosophers of diverse schools about ascribing speech to God, there are some differences about the way in which it is ascribed to Him. Mulla Sadra have been mentioned that speech refers to the inside and insight of the speaker. He also believes that divine speech involves all creatures and God’s actions, profitability of creation of which is representing the hidden. So, application of “the word” to the world is accurate and based on this, God is a speaker. By distinguishing three stages in divine speech, Mulla Sadra believes that the highest word is the divine world (‘alam al-amr), the middle word is spiritual world, and God’s lower word is law (shariah). From Sadraian point of view, the difference between “word” and “book” is not their stage. Rather, they are two faces of one reality. Word is related to the necessity and the active origin and the book is related to the possibility has passive origin.
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