عنوان مقاله [English]
Mirdamad, for the first time, defines or interprets the secondary intelligible concepts in such a way that are compatible with and include the characteristics of philosophical concepts. In his definition, primary intelligibles are concepts that refer to distinct and objective things in the real world, and logical and philosophical secondary intelligible, on the contrary, have not any extension in the world and so do not refer to any independent and distinct objectivity. In Mirdamad's theory, being secondary intelligible amounts Abstractedness and non-objectivity, and being primary intelligible amounts principality and objectivity. From his point of view, essential concepts and relations and their negative and positive requirements are primary intelligible, and existence is counted as secondary intelligible. In fact the abstractedness of existence means that it is secondary intelligible concept, and the principality of quiddity means that the essential concepts are primary intelligible. Mirdamad's theory faces difficulties that arise from the lack of attention to various meanings and abstractednesses of existence.