A comparative study of views of Allameh Tabatabai and Ayatollah Maarefat about “Nasekh and Mansokh” and “Mohkam and Motashabeh” in Quran

Among the main characters of contemporary knowledge in the field of Quranic researchers are Allameh Tabatabai and Ayatollah Maarefat, which remains works of them has been responsible for many of the Quranic issues. Since the Quranic knowledge are organized from various sciences, this study try to compare the opinions and views of the two great scholars in some issues (“Nasekh and Mansokh” and “Mohkam and Motashabeh”) by descriptive - analytical and the library method.  By examining the views of these two men, clarify that both of them accepted thd “Naskh” in Quran with its true meaning, In addition Ayatollah Maarefat by bring up the “Naskh Mashrot” gains a general rule (all the “Nasekh and Mansokh” are mortgage in special case and indicating interest)  And by offer the “naskh Tamhidi” he analysis and explain a lot of Qur'anic isusues.  About the “Mohkam and Motashabeh” both scholars have similar views, So that both scholars believe that the “tashaboh” in Quran with tha absolute meaning that don’t understood, does not exist in the Quran, however The Ayatollah Maarefat has more innovation than Allameh Tabatabai in expression and understanding of this topic.

Journal of Comparative Interpretation Studies, Volume:1 Issue: 1, 2016
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