عنوان مقاله [English]
The life of the human before nature, which some verses of the Qur'an refer to, and many hadiths have emphasized the interpretation of the universe of “souls” and “zar”, is due to its close connection with fundamental issues such as nature and destiny, primordial nature knowledge, determinism and authority, Divine justice,... has a special place in the system of religious thought. The emphasis on religious texts and the ambiguities and complexities of this part of human life on the one hand and the conflict between the appearance of some texts on one hand and the other on rational principles have led Islamic scholars in various fields to explain this issue. Unlike some scholars who refer to verse 172 of A’raf and have known “a’lame Zar” as the homeland of the promise, Ayatollah Javadi Amoli, according to the NoSadraian school of thought, is the homeland of promise to the same kind of sense and world. In his work, he applies the approach of the Covenant to revelation and prophecy as well as the monotheistic primordial nature in his two approaches. In his thought, man has four times the natural, Idea, Rational, and Divine existence, and the presence of the life of the human before nature is his rational existence. In this paper, his thoughts are explained and analyzed by descriptive-analytical method and by studieng their works and writings on this subject.