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Hosseini S S. The Problem of Evil and the Creation of Satan in the Good System with Emphasize on Sadra's Philosophy. پژوهش های مابعدالطبیعی 2020; 1 (1) :241-260
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The issue of shame has always been a challenge for humanity and has brought with it many questions. One of the important questions, to which an important part of the philosophy of religion has been devoted, is the compatibility of evil such as the creation of Satan with God. There is no doubt that the creation of Satan and his existence is pure, On the other hand, we know that the system of creation and the world of creation is the best possible system and the best system that God created in order to be pure good. It occurs in this season that the world of creation, which is the best system, fits in with the creation of Satan, who is pure shame, and why God, who is pure good, Satan creates that the act of seduction is to mislead and mislead people, under the good order that God provides all the means of human development. And the creation of a creature such as Satan is not compatible with the mature wisdom of God and the existence of a good system; in other words, God's benevolence is challenged by the creation of Satan, which is pure shame. Philosophers, and especially Mulla Sadr, based on the principles of transcendent wisdom, believe that God created Iblis, who is a creature of beings, and that this creature has authority, Through the will and the will, he takes the path of misguidance and leads others to temptation and misguidance, Existence is itself recent, and as it relates to us humans, it is evil.
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Subject: Philosophy
Received: 2020/11/21 | Accepted: 2014/06/15 | Published: 2014/06/15

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