Fakhr al-Dīn al-Rāzī or Fakhruddin Razi (Persian: فخر الدين رازي ) was an Iranian Sunni Muslim . Tafsir al-Kabir (The Great Commentary) (also known as Mafatih al-Ghayb - finished up to Surah al-Fath); 'Aja'ib Kitab al-Mantiq al-Kabir (Major Book on Logic); Kitab al-nafs wa'l-ruh wa sharh quwa-huma (Book on the Soul Biography · The Great Commentary · Multiverse · List of works. Fakhr al-Din Razi: lt;div class="hatnote"|>This article is about the theologian and Kitab al-Mantiq al-Kabir (Major Book on Logic); Kitab al-nafs wa l-ruh wa Biography · The Great Commentary · Multiverse · List of works. Kitab al-Ahkam al-Kabir Authored By: Imam Isma'il bin Umar ibn Kathir ad-Dimishqi (d. ) Tahqiq By: Nur al-Din Talib Hardback ~ PAGES (3 Volumes).
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Razi had experienced different periods in his thinking, affected by the Ash'ari school of thought and later by al-Ghazali. The most important instance showing the synthesis of Razi's thought may be the problem of the eternity kitab al mantiq al kabir the world and its relation to God.
He tried to reorganize the arguments of theologians and philosophers on this subject, collected and critically examined the arguments of both sides.
He considered, for the kitab al mantiq al kabir part, the philosophers' argument for the world's eternity stronger than the theologians' position of putting emphasis on the temporal nature of the world.
Relevant discussion may be found on the talk kitab al mantiq al kabir. Please help improve this article by introducing citations to additional sources. July This section contains weasel words: He describes the opposing arguments for an eternal universe with eternal bodies, and then argues that had a body jism "been eternal, in eternity it would have been either in motion or at rest.
The work deals with both human psychology and animal psychology along the same kitab al mantiq al kabir. In this work, he analyzed the different types of pleasures as sensuous and intellectualand explained their comparative relations with one another.
He asserted that "a careful scrutiny of pleasure would reveal that it consists essentially in the elimination of pain. The Science of Ethics was also influenced by the ideas of Al-Baghdadi Al-Razi also discussed medical theories in his Matalib al-'Aliya, such as the formation of a sperm.
He studied these subjects extensively and wrote a critical study on the occult arts. Al-Tariqa al-Baha'iyya fi al-Khilaf.
Siraj al-Din al-Ghaznawi translated it into Arabic from its original Persian. The spurious Asrar al-Nujum on magic and divination, falsely attributed to the Imam. I kitab al mantiq al kabir explored the ways of kalam and the methods of philosophy, and I did not see in them a benefit that compares with the benefit I found in the Qur'an.