A comparative study of rational perception from Mulla Sadra's perspective and Categories of comprehension Kant and its effect on cognitive sciences
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The issue of cognition is one of the most fundamental issues of philosophy. It is the type of cognition and scope of cognition that defines the concept of man and describes the scope of human action. The two philosophical systems of transcendent wisdom and Kant's philosophical system can be considered the lofty peaks of Islamic philosophy and Western philosophy.The definition of these two systems of perception and intellect and its impact on other sciences can be very helpful for building cognitive and ideological social systems.Kant's definition of comprehension by relying on categories and limiting perception to comprehension has paved the way for many innovations in understanding the world, while in Sadra's system, considering Mulla Sadra's definition of reason and perception of the horizons ahead for Perceptions and systematizations based on this perception are very broad. It seems that the time has come to build systems, especially perceptual cognitive systems based on Sadra's thought.

Irainian Journal of The Knowledge Studies in The Islamic University, Volume:26 Issue: 92, 2023
773 to 786
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