:: Volume 11, Issue 41 (spring 2020) ::
مطالعات تفسیری 2020, 11(41): 75-92 Back to browse issues page
The role of Fakhr Razi's theological presuppositions in the interpretation of verses related to determinism and free will
Hadi Shafiee Nategh * 1, Ali Nasiri
1- islamic azad university hamedan , hshafiei02@gmail.com
Abstract:   (1937 Views)
The current research has examined the role of Fakhr Razi’s theological fundamentals in interpretation of verses that deal with predestination and free will. Needless to say, subjective interpretation must be avoided in interpretation of Quranic verses. A good example from subjective interpretation is when the interpreter’s unverified personal views and fundamentals stemming from inaccurate inferences affect his act of interpretation. This research shows that Fakhr Razi's deterministic view has had a great impact on the interpretation of verses that are related to determinism and free will. And the fundamentals he has accepted are incompatible with many verses of the Qur'an. Although Fakhr Razi has deterministic point of view, but pretends to oppose it. Relying on his personal point of view, he clearly ignores the apparent meaning of some verses and imposes his deterministic point of view on the Qur'an while interpreting verses that deal with predestination and free will. It is a clear example of subjective interpretation.
Keywords: verses that deal with predestination and free will, theological Interpretation, Fakhr Razi’s, subjective Interpretation.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2018/11/17 | Accepted: 2019/03/2 | Published: 2020/05/27


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