حقیقت نفس در مدرسۀ کلامی اصفهان و بازتاب آن در جنسیت مندی نفس (مقاله علمی وزارت علوم)
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شماره صفحات: ۲۲۳ - ۲۴۶دریافت مقاله   تعداد دانلود  :  ۲۹
The Reality of Ego in Isfahan Theological School and Its Reflection in Genderedness of Ego
The relationship between the human reality and gender has been among the most challenging problems in the past few decades, solving which paves the way to answer many questions related to the women. With the advent of feminist activists to philosophical and theosophical discussions, this question got even more importance. Some people (such as liberal feminists) denied the feminine identity and opted for the equality of genders, while another group of feminists recognized the gender differences. Although this question has not been discussed in the egologistic and humanistic discussions of the theosophists and theologians of Isfahan Theological School, an analysis of their deep discussions on egologism can provide a negative or positive answer to this question. Adopting the descriptive-analytical method and inquiring about the most important egologistic discussions of Mir Damad, Mulla Sadra, Fayz Kashani, and Allameh Majlesi such as the contingency of ego, the relationship between ego and body, and the way ego manages body, this article aims at examining the status of gender in ego. It finally concludes that in the light of these scholars’ egologistic principles, the “genderedness of ego” is closer to reality. Moreover, it is found that ego cannot be free from gender attributes in its contingency, individuation, actualization, and manner of practice in this world.