This master degree
confirm that two famous philosopher, Avicenna and Mulla Sadra, both have
different view about divine knowledge. Knowledge in Mulla Sadra’s wisdom
is existential and have some level and in peripatetic’s wisdom is
animate quality. In Transcedental Theosophy school divine knowledge to
essence and knowledge to the creature befor creation and after it, is
knowledge intuitive but in peripatetic’s wisdom knowledge to essence and
knowledge to forms in essence is intuitive and knowledge to creature
befor and after creation is acquisition.
We have respond
about these questions: whether God knows in himself and others or not?
If he has, what kind of knowledge: intuitive or acquisition, detailed or
brief, finite or infinite, action or affection, is absolutely the nature
of essence or not? And whether his knowledge belong to before or after
creation? And his knowledge belong to material existant or chengeable
existant? If he knows, knows everything in great details or in general.
As well as, we
specify a chapter to analysis and extract these philosopher’s
pre-supposition and in final chapter we talk about Ghazzaly’s view in