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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Divine essence is most complex gnostical considerations, an absolutely unconditioned status, which it is doubtful to ascribe event words like status, position, gnostical consideration, and also the very notion of applicability. There are two kinds of disagreements concerning absolutely unconditioned being, between philosophers and Gnostics on the one hand and among Gnostics themselves on the other hand. Philosophers think that this status is just secondary philosophical intelligible so has no external extension, but gnostics believe that the level is truth of all truths. The disagreement among gnostics is about the interpretation of this famous statement: ‘He has neither a designation nor a depiction’. Some believe that any attribution or ascription is wrong; we should just be silent about this level of being. On the contrary some argue that the statement doesn’t mean the impossibility of indication by names provided He don’t determined by the attributions.
The writes’ suggestion is that the Aristotelian logico-epistemologicus system is unable to explain the non-attributability of divine essence. So since we have no commitment to preserve this system in any circumstances, if we want to justify our Gnostical opinions rationally we should try other logico-epistemologicus frameworks