عنوان مقاله [English]
Mohammad Arkoun is one of the pioneers of contemporary Islamic modernism in the Islamic world who does not accept traditional methods in Islamic and Quranic research and calls for a fundamental change in this field. According to his epistemological views, first of all, thought and knowledge which is the product of language are tangible as social action; secondly, the dualities raised in Islamic reason, such as faith and disbelief, are not sacred; third, we must move towards the unconsidered aspects of the Islamic intellect, such as the role of imagination and myth in the text. On the other hand, according to his views on Quranic studies, first of all, the language of the Qur'an is mythical; secondly, part of the text of the current Qur'an is ambiguous, ideological and interpretive. The present article has criticized these principles and exposed their inaccuracies.