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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
It can be seen that the most new and contemporary thoughts, through the comparative studies, have been somehow pt forward sporadically but clearly by mystics and some Iranian philosophers. Considering this can bring about both self- confidence to our past and a hope for having more notice to the sympathy between East and West. A constutive interpretation of "(nothingness) is one of these thoughts which in Islamic tradition has been regarded as a turning point of freedom, and it is also in Existentialism a vas of every being and the pivot of truth.
In the light of disclosing man’s truth, Existentialists have claimed that truth comes from untruth. Getting out of actual beings and moving towards what actually "does not exist" is an introductory step, and a necessary condition of this disclosedness. Being successful in this way is the same as escaping from the jail of sham certainties and crude dogmas.
This article investigates the relationship between truth and nullity (nothingness) in Mowlavi )as a great representative of Islamic tradition) and Heidegger (as one of the highest features of Existentialism).