An Ontological Explanation of Innate Realities through the Principles of Transcendental Philosophy

Human innate realities are worth investigating from many aspects. The present article explains, ontologically, the innate realities of the human being. Innate entities are human potentials that gradually appear in the realm of theoretical and practical reason. Innate affairs are subject to the philosophical rule, "any contingent being is preceded by a potentiality and a matter conveying it"; which shows their need for a material place (subject). The need of an abstract entity (such as intellectual understanding) to a material subject is not explicable through philosophical principles common in philosophies before Mullā Ṣadrā. However, one may, using the philosophical principles of transcendental philosophy, prove that innate affairs are potentialities existing in human soul, gradually actualized through substantial and intensifying motion. Based on Mullā Ṣadrā's philosophical principles, innate realities are modes of human existence, not attributes happening to his existence.
Marifat-i Falsafi, Volume:13 Issue: 2, 2016
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