A Comparative Study Of Ishraqi And Zoroastrian Wisdom

Suhrawardi considers himself to be the reviver of Iranian wisdom. We can infer two conclusions from this claim: first, his philosophical background is rooted in Iranian wisdom, and, second, he is the founder of Ishraqi school of thought. However, a part of this school which had previously existed in Iran but had been forgotten in his time was revived by him. In this paper, the writer has tried to compare the Iranian wisdom with that of Suhrawardi. He finally concludes that the Iranian wisdom is originally of an Ishraqi nature
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