عنوان مقاله [English]
Existence is the basis of Mulla Sadra's philosophy and his particular philosophical views. In the meantime, the question of the authenticity of existence is of great importance and is the basis of important debates in transcendent wisdom. Sadra has interpreted existence and essence in different interpretations, and each of the contemporary exponents of transcendent wisdom, on the basis of his own particular accepted principles, such as, acceptance of Sadra's personal unity of existence or form, and Sadra's various interpretations of existence and essence, somehow relate the essence to being. Mulla Sadra's commentary and commentary carry that interpretati. The present study is a descriptive-analytic one which seeks to determine the correct interpretation of the type of relationship of nature to existence. Therefore, in this paper, the interpretations of contemporary scholars on the question of the nature of the relation of nature to existence, are described and criticized. The author needs to distinguish between the ontological argument (the world of proof) and the epistemological one (the world of proof) in order to interpret the relation of nature to existenceIn this case, the apparent contradictions in Mulla Sadra's word will be resolved. Thus Amoli's Javidian theory that nature is the limit of existence, although true, seems to be true, but not true, since it only specifies the type of relation of nature to existence in the world of proof.