حرکت در مجردات بر پایه مبانی فلسفه اسلامی

نوع مقاله : مقاله علمی- پژوهشی

نویسنده

استادیار گروه فلسفه جامعه الزهرا (س)، قم

چکیده

از جمله موضوعات پیچیده در مباحث تغیر و حرکت، امکان حرکت (سیلان وجود جوهری یا عرضی شیء) در مجردات (چیزی که نه تنها جسم نیست، بدون وجود جسم و تعلق به آن نیز می­تواند باقی بماند) است. آیا می­توان بر پایه مبانی موجود در فلسفه، وجهی را برای توجیه و تبیین حرکت در مجردات یافت؟ به نظر می­رسد با توجه به معنای «اتصاف» در «قبول و بالقوه بودن»، می­توان گفت: واقعیت بسیط سیالی که در حال حرکت است، هرچند بسیط است، هر جزء فرضی­اش، با اینکه فی­نفسه بالفعل است، خود بعینه نسبت به جزء بعدی خود بالقوه است و با انعدام جزء بالقوه (قابل فرضی)، جزء دیگری از واقعیت سیال تحقق می­یابد. لذا لازم نیست که واقعیت سیال در حال حرکت، مرکبی شامل هیولا و یا بسیطی حال در هیولا یا متعلق به آن باشد. بنابراین موجودات مجرد که وجودی بسیط دارند و ارتباطی با هیولا ندارند نیز می­توانند در عین بساطت وجود، دارای قوه، حرکت و سیلان در وجود باشند

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عنوان مقاله [English]

Movement in the Immaterials on Base of Islamic Philosophy

نویسنده [English]

  • Yahya Normohamadi Najafabadi
Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, Jameeh of alZahra, Qom
چکیده [English]

Undoubtedly, Kant is one of the most effective figures in the history of western philosophy because he created a great evolution in this history by his so-called Copernican revolution and the interwoven relation of subject and object. As is acknowledged by many scholars, Critique of Pure Reason is one of the most important epistemological works in the new era that has set the boundaries of knowledge and has offered a new and unmatched description of how knowledge is gained by subject. Accordingly, most released commentaries of Kant’s philosophical outlook are epistemological. But Alain Badiou, contemporary French philosopher, contrary to common interpretation, presents an ontological one. He himself offers a kind of ontology named subtractive ontology, and believes that we can recognize it, due to how Kant formulates transcendental subject and object, forms of sensible intuition, and categories of understanding. As a result, he describes the features of Kantian ontology in his works Briefings on Existence and Theoretical Writings. The authors of this article see his claim notable and realizable. So, we will try to introduce the specifications of subtractive ontology and then check Badiou’s claim of Kant’s ontology. Finally, we will explain some reasons to criticize his belief.
Key Words: Badiou, Kant, Subtractive Ontology, Transcendental Subject, Transcendental Object
 

Introduction
The authors of this article try to read Badiou’s interpretation of Kant’s philosophy. In doing so, first we see two of his most famous books about Kant: Briefings on Existence and Theoretical Writings. In them, he claims that Kant should be read as an ontologist, because of some main notions as subject and object. Then, he tries to compare ontology in Kant with the one he names subtractive ontology and which is based on mathematics. So, we read his book, Being and Event, and review some of Badiou’s important ontological foundations as situation, set theory, void set, presentation, power set etc. in order to study his claim.
According to Badiou, the existence of transcendental subject and transcendental object, which he names proto-transcendental subject and proto- transcendental object, proves that we can consider Kant as an ontologist, and therefore an ontological interpretation of him is inevitable. In spite of this claim, Badiou also remember that, because of relational character of subject and object, we essentially describe them as epistemological entities.
Finally, we conclude that ontological and epistemological interpretation of Kant seems inseparable. For this reason, we have to pay attention to key role of void in Badiou's ontology, i.e. subtractive ontology, and show its differences with Heidegger's fundamental ontology.
Conclusion
Ontology in Kant, according to Heidegger, is preceded by epistemology and, according to Badiou, they are implicit in Kant's thought; hence, according to Heidegger, Kant's ontology is complete and more important than epistemology. In contrast, Badiou says that Kant cannot never completely rid himself of epistemological strains. Heidegger even talks about Kant's ability to better understand. He believes that if we consider Kant to be an ontologist, we can understand him better than himself. Badiou believes that by relying more on a number of categories, instead of relying on the connection between the subject and the object, the Kantian can be seen deeper than conventional and epistemological believers. Kant is an ontologist.
 However, Badiou's insistence on the existence of Kant's ontological dimensions is significant. On the one hand, he himself cannot ignore the great and inevitable role of epistemology in Kant, because the characteristics of the subject and object in his view, moreover, of the form of formation Recognizing the human being from the real world through the certainty and necessity of the past elements, and drawing the focus of past writing theorems. Therefore, the relationship between the whole and the whole subject with the object makes it impossible for each other to exist, because, in Kant's opinion, the subject creates the universe; therefore, the existence of the subject and object serves their epistemological function. Whereas the distinction Kant between Neumann and Phenomenon confines his ontological view to phenomena, while he does not directly associate the existence with such a distinction, he basically dismisses it. Counts On the other hand, the elements of Kant's philosophy, as the ontological foundations, cannot be fully coherent with the definition of a person from the ontology of introspection, because the recognition of concepts such as subject, object, sensory intuition, and categories Understanding their epistemological functions in Kant's view of one and the other, and the reasons for their explanation, namely, the need to respond to the circumstances of Kant's time on the other. Consequently, even if we want to accept the ontology of the discourse in Kant, we must rightly affirm that the ontology of discourse in Kant is on epistemology.
 
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کلیدواژه‌ها [English]

  • Movement
  • Immaterial
  • Material
  • Monste
  • Islamic philosophy
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