عنوان مقاله [English]
Hegel postulated Kant's problem of cognition as a top priority and used dialectics in his discussion of cognition; in his first book (Phenomenology of the Spirit), he analyzed the degrees of cognition long before the unity of mind and mind were ever discussed in the Middle East. Reasonable and generalizing it to other forms of knowledge, the separation between the evidence and the evidence took away its unity. On the basis of the principle of existence, the unity of existence, the unity of existence, the inward movement of the human soul, and the science of existence, the existence of science was able to prove the principle of unity and sensibility. Although we need to be cautious in comparison to two philosophers, it is (unity in all identification) that is rooted in both Hegelian philosophy and philosophy. In Hegel's and Mulla Sadra's philosophy, the concept of self-centeredness and gradual understanding of things based on phenomenology is not subordinate and marginal, but rather a representation of their whole theories. Hegel, of course, only focused on the historical and cultural dimension of the movement, but Mulla Sadra focused on the existential dimension of the movement.