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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Mullā Sadrā gives a novel account of the survival of the soul, which counts both as a philosophical proof of the resurrection, and a plausible analysis of the personal identity of resurrected people. Sadrā employs his principles of the emergence of the soul, the unificatory combination of the soul and the body, the substantial motion of the human being, and soul-body relation in a comprehensive account of the survival of the soul. He argues for the survival on the basis of his own notion of the soul-body relation in the framework of the substantial motion. The soul for the survival of which he argues, includes not only all the immaterial stages of the soul, but also the body as the soul's lowest stage. Thus it seems that Sadrā is able to account for the bodily resurrection on the basis of his analysis of the survival of the soul.