The Irrelevance of the Decline of Political Thought to Mulla Sadra's Ideas

According to some contemporary researchers in the field of political thought, Mulla Sadra and his school of philosophy represent the height of the decline of political thought in Iran. They also believe that Mulla Sadra's time marks the start of the period of the degeneration of political thought in this country. To check the truth of this claim, we should first deliberate on the concept of political thought and find out whether it ever existed in Mulla Sadra's philosophy and whether it is true to atribute this decline to him.There are a lot of relatively extensive definitions and discussions in relation to political thought, which we do not intend to deal with in length here. Our aim in this paper is to provide a comprehensive and all inclusive definition which embodies all such definitions
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