The Connection Between eExistence and Cognition from the Perspective of Sadra's Wisdom and Husserl's Phenomenology
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Despite the importance of existence and understanding in less philosophy, philosophy is the ability to provide solutions to explain the link problem. mullasadra and husserl have made common steps despite the differences of both philosophers on the role of the human sphere in the direction of the two spheres of spheres. the present paper attempts to show the similarity of similarity between mullasadra and husserl to link and recognition. in this study, we try to determine the role of the human sphere in both existential nature and cognitive processes in the two school of Transcendent wisdom and phenomenology. therefore, after the definition and explanation of the soul and the Transcendent sewer with the method of comparison and adaptation, the role of the human sphere in explaining this importance has been paid. the results of the study of the philosophers of the two philosophers are that the human sphere is not the person whom you are created, but that the human sphere is created and recognized by the garlic and cognition, and in this regard it has made a positive knowledge.

Journal of Religious Research And Efficiency, Volume:2 Issue: 3, 2022
17 to 37  
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