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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
The argument of order is the most simple, common and affective argument in theism. Due to its generality, or the wide range of the presenters and the addressees of this argument which almost cover all human beings, it has some inaccuracies in its explanation, understanding , and its main claim; this is to an extent that some improper doubts has been posed about it. Professors Motahhari and Javadi Amoli, as two theologian philosophers and philosopher theologians, have discussed this argument. Professor Motahhari has especially paid attention to the unacceptable doubts of David Hume, the English philosopher, and has answered them. I will first present a general discussion on the 'argument of order' and its background in philosophy and Islamic Kalam, and will then explain and compare the views of the two philosophers about the different aspects of the argument of order. Comparing the views of the two valuable theosophists, I have judged about the discrepancies of the two views. At the end of the article a new view about the result of the argument is presented.