عنوان مقاله [English]
Mirdamad (1041 AH), a famous scientist of the Safavid period, in addition to mastering the rational sciences, is an expert in narrations such as Islamic jurisprudence and hadith, dirayat and rijal, and has compositions. Mirdamad is the most prominent jurist philosopher in different and comprehensive periods of religion and reason, and in his time, he held the position of religious authority. His books, treatises, and commentaries on jurisprudence and hadith, and his interpretation (of the Qur'an) on more than 40 of his 73 outstanding works, out of a total of hundreds of his works left, show his passion in narrations alongside profound philosophical works. This paper extracts and examines the opposing views of this famous scientist in the fields of jurisprudence. Mirdamad's Tafarrod (Individualized jurisprudential fatwa) is in contrast to the fame before him and possibly his own time. In one place, he refers to his special and unique views with the word "Tafarrod" and often does not state the reasons and evidence of his view and fatwa. In some cases, this study has provided arguments and justifications for them.
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