The Foundation of Mulla Sadra's Doctrine of Trans - Substantial Motion in Plato's Philosophy

The main Thrust of this article is to study the foundations of the doctrine of trans-substantital motion in Plato's philosophy.The author is of the view that a meticulous study of Plato and Mulla Sadra's work will bringbein to the sight many common points in the works of these two qreat sages . While advocating Plato's intellectual stand in different books. Mulla Sadra considers Plato as a diviiue sage and the master of philosophers and regards himself as the reviver of Plato's thought. So far the doctrine of trans- subtantial motion is concerned he interprets Plato's words in the Timaeus as temporal origination aand trans-substantial motion and believes that this idea necessitates the existence of the realm of the Ideas and finds a unanimty between his ideas and Plato's thought
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