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The Mulla Sadra’s view on the existence of philosophical secondary intelligible has been interpreted and expressed diversely. What is easily understood from Sadra’s statements is that the external aspect of philosophical secondary intelligible is distinguished from its descried aspect. This discrepancy has not been truly stated by some Neo-Sadraian philosophers those who have interpreted Mulla Sadra’s viewpoint.
I think the source of the most misconceptions of the interpretations is because that the interpreters try to derive from his speeches a general principle for the whole philosophical secondary intelligible, while there are many evidences which indicate that he was not intended to present such a generalized principle.
In this article, at first, we refer to the space in which Mulla Sadra’s thought is constructed and then, review and evaluate Shahid Motahari, Maestro Javadi Amoli, and Maestro Yazdanpanah’s interpretation. Finally, through refer to the different words and interpretations of Mulla Sadra, we try to express the Mulla Sadra’s view about the differentiation of philosophical secondary intelligible