عنوان مقاله [English]
Agha Ali Hakim studies bodily resurrection from a philosophical perspective but with a theological concern. Taking the Sadrian philosophical principles into account, he gives a new version of bodily resurrection, completely different from that of Mulla Sadra. Based on Mulla Sadra’s opinion, bodily resurrection does not lead to the popular metempsychosis; for there is no elemental body soul may unite with, preparing thus the ground for metempsychosis. This is while according to Agha Ali, the elemental body develops until it reaches the stage where it joins the soul and thus it does not sound reasonable to assume something like metempsychosis. Despite this, it however seems that Agha Ali does not agree with such an implication, for elemental body develops through undergoing substantial movement reaching finally a stage where soul joins it. This is not called metempsychosis, for metempsychosis occurs only when soul return to an elemental and this-worldly body. In bodily resurrection happens no such an event.