عنوان مقاله [English]
How to explain bodily resurrection has long been among difficult issues of religious belief, with some denying and others approving of it. The psychological principles each adopted paved the ground for its divergence with the other, bringing about thus a variety of opinions. Sadrian philosophy explains bodily resurrection on the basis of the principles that are in harmony with religious texts. Assuming that his project of 'a body moving towards soul' was a new one, Agha Ali presented a new theory of bodily resurrection. Though his theory was not accepted by many, some welcomed it, one among whom was Allama Muhammad Husain Gharawi Isfahani, who in a short treatise revived his master's theory with the inspiration he took from transcendental philosophy. This short treatise is important because it explains Agha Ali's theory with much precision and less ambiguity. His fundamental principles are grounded on Sadrian thoughts whereas his approaches are in line with those of his master, Agha Ali. A combination of adherence to transcendental principles and a support for theological opinions gave rise [in his philosophy] to a new methodology for processing bodily resurrection.