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Wherever there is blind conviction, it is just natural that excessive disagreements exist, because the mentality of imitation kills the objective reasoning and causes the minds to become dim.

In order to make a comment, please login or register. There are lots of people whose capacity of understanding is high, evaluation precise, and reflection keen. Thus the issue which is seen as two sided is understood and it is seen that they do not contradict one another.

Most often, the disagreements arise not because mzhepler issues are unclear or hard to comprehend, but because each side of the disagreement does not know the view of the other. The one who reaches to its back says that this is a creature like high hills. One of the reasons of the disagreement is the imitation of the old; because imitation causes blind and faulty conviction. Even twins of a family raised in the same culture, under the same material and spiritual circumstances, ezhra instructed by the same teachers may disagree in some issues.


The one who grabs one of its legs says that this is a long and round animal similar to a trunk of a tree.

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People cannot be far from the truth, as mfzhepler as they cannot express it to the full. Abu Zahra says that in the letters of the institution Ihvanussafa these are related about this issue: And these groups have principles and measures of their own. Each one grabs an organ of the elephant and tries to imagine what it is.

For this reason, Socrates says, If the eb upon which disagreement exits is known, every disagreement stops. Besides the factor of creation, the other factors having effect in this matter are shortly as follow: Zeura person penetrates into an aspect of the truth. The example of Plato clarifies this issue very well: Log in Create new account Random Question. What are the reasons of the difference in views about Islamic issues?

This kind of a desire leads someone to the conviction that what he says is the ultimate truth and the opposite views are absolutely wrong. As their understanding and capacities eu, their views and beliefs differ likewise. Skip to main content. For example, while it is mentioned in the Koran about the free will of the human, it is also stated that all kinds of will and power are peculiar to God. Taribi addition, there are the ones who are stupid, whose hearts are blind and confused.


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Wherever is human there is disagreement, because this is part of the characteristics of human. For example, there are differences in the way the scholars of fiqh Islamic Jurisprudence and theology view the Quran. And in the end, their conclusions will be different in the same issues.

The fact that the issues that are open to disagreement are actually unclear: So, even if they are wrong, he insists on his views.

About this issue, Spinoza says, What shows us the matter beautiful is our desires and tendencies. The difference in the capacity of understanding and insight: This is one of the reasons why the learned differed in their views and sects.

As is seen, each of them understood just one part of the truth, declared their friends wrong, and claimed that they are mistaken in the understanding of the truth.

If I may put it this way, as it is better to look at the elephant and depict it as a whole; it is also better to look at the verses of the Koran as a whole. In the things man wills he cannot escape responsibility.

Some blind reach the place of an elephant. Disagreements arise because everyone has different desires, interests, and dispositions.