The Corporeal Resurrection from Mulla Ali Zunuzi's Viewpoiunt

Corporeal resurrection has been one of the challenges between theologians and philosophers. We can say that in Islamic philosophy، Mulla Sadra was the first one who could rationally demonstrate corporeal resurrection. He argued that human body is the lowest degree of the self disclosure of his soul. The soul''s actions are performed through the body. So the body is not independent of the soul and has a causal role in the action and therefore it is responsible for the action and is worth of punishment and reward in the hereafter. According to Mulla Sadra، this body is made by the imaginary act of the soul. One of the followers of Mulla Sadra who does not accept Mulla Sadra''s view on corporeal resurrection is Mulla Ali Zunuzi (Aqa Ali Mudarres). He holds، on fundamentals of Sadra''s philosophy، that some effects of the soul remain in the relevant body and in its parts. These effects cause these parts to move and to constitute a perfect body. This body will join again to the soul in hereafter life. So، for Zunuzi، corporeal resurrection means re-joining of the immortal and worldly body to the soul. In this paper we will compare these two views with each other and conclude that Mulla Sadra''s theory possesses p0hilogophicaly more internal consistency.
Journal of Religious Thought, Volume:12 Issue: 43, 2012
103 to 124  
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