عنوان مقاله [English]
In Islamic and Quranic culture, praising and worshipping God is not specific to human beings; rather, the whole world and all creatures of the universe praise God consciously and in their specific languages. Thus, “the Creatures’ praise to God” has always been a controversial topic among researchers of all eras since the Quran descended. However, it takes a different form in the transcendent theosophy. Mulla Sadra, as a philosopher, mystic, and exegetist, dealt with this problem from a philosophical, mystical, and exegetic viewpoint. The present research deals with the terminology of the term “praise” and explains Mulla Sadra’s philosophical viewpoint toward it. Relying on his philosophical principles, Mulla Sadra puts forward three arguments for generality of praising. He expresses that all Creatures have knowledge and perception, and praise God in their own languages.