عنوان مقاله [English]
Jamal al-Din Muhammad ibn Husayn (d. 1125) known as "Agha Jamal" is one of the authors of intellectual and narrative sciences in the twelfth century AH and has written many works on these two branches of knowledge. He is one of the students of his father Agha Hossein (1-4) and Majlisi I (1-4). Although Agha Jamal is later than Mulla Sadra, he has not used the principles of transcendent wisdom in theological discussions. His theological discussions are based on Peripatetic philosophy and due to his mastery of intellectual and narrative sciences, he has used these sciences in theology. His theological arguments are purely rational in matters that require the use of narration, and in matters that are not, they are rational-narrative. He has used the rational method to interpret and justify verses and hadiths.