عنوان مقاله [English]
At a time in history when some thought it was the age of Islamic wisdom, there were debates, debates, and sometimes oral, written, face-to-face, and sometimes absurd debates between Sadr al-Din Dashtaki and Jalal al-Din Davani at the Shiraz Philosophical School. The philosophy of Shiraz and in later centuries deepened the discussions of Islamic wisdom. Among the topics discussed in the description of the statue of light is Sheikh Ishraq. In this article, we specifically examine the description of two sages from the definition of the body in Sheikh Ishraq. In this study, it is observed that commentators disagree on the meaning of the two terms "intention" and "hint". Also, from Dovani point of view, the aspect of differentiation and commonality between objects is "necessary board" and from Dashtaki point of view, it is "unnecessary board". The third point of contention is the following: After discussing their disputes, we will examine the conflict between these two commentators with an analytical-comparative method and finally try them.