Levels of the Intellect in Aristotle and Ibn Sina

The study of the history of the development of the issue of intellect is one of the most important issues in the history of philosophy for all philosophers and researchers in related fields. As we know, in Greece, Aristotle was called the intellect of Plato's classes and his name was inseparable from intellect.Aristotle's ambiguous interpretation of intellect motivated the commentators of his works to present a number of innovative solutions when reviewing the issue of intellect from the viewpoint of Aristotle. The high station of this issue in the works of Muslim philosophers as the axis of wisdom and philosophical thoughts reveals the same conditions. This is because the discussion of intellect and its levels is closely related to determining man's station in the world, the soul's destiny in eternal life, the relation between the Truth and creation, reviewing man's knowledge and the soul-body relation, and solving the issue of resurrection
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