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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
The present paper narrates the general outlines of Henry Carbon and Seyyed Ahmad Fardid views of comparative study of Islamic mysticism and German philosophy, and also carries out a comparison between the two thinkers. There are similarities between them in many aspects, for example both start the comparative study with a criticism of historicism and engaging with phenomenology and both are trying to overcome the crisis of the western thought history. In spite of these harmonies, there are some important separations; while Carbon is concerned with meta-history, Fardid with his own special attitude toward history, highlights the historical aspects of the ideas and makes prominent studies constantly in the context of the history. Also while Carbon with a linguistic look follows the formation of a conceptual network in two side study, Fardid concentrates on Etiology with an inspiration by Heidegger.