عنوان مقاله [English]
The formation of the Isfahan school of thought is a turning point in the history of Shi'a theological thought in the Safavid era. Along with the emergence of transcendent wisdom, Islamic theology gained prominence and provided the basis for the growth and expansion of Shi'a theological discourse through three approaches. "Theological Philosophy" in Isfahan school took precedence over other theological approaches and culminated in the works of Fayyad Lahiji, and this prominent student of Sadra, somehow influenced by Mesha'a and Ibn Sina, presented his theological works. The emergence of "narrative and narrative" with the focus of Allameh Majlesi on the prosperity of Shiite theology added that, despite the strong confidence of the Majlis in the traditions of the Ahlul-Bayt (AS), he could not be regarded as a scholarly and rational scientist, as he was a means of acquisition. Religious knowledge intervened. In addition to these two theological approaches, the formation of a hybrid approach by Judge Saeed Qomi can be mentioned. Having a mystical taste for propagandists, he emphasized the convergence between religious appearances and philosophy and instituted a "synthetic theology" approach. In this article, while referring to the position of Shiite theology in Isfahan school of thought, these three theological approaches are examined and an analysis of the superiority of philosophical theology and avoidance of rationalism by the representatives of narrative theology is presented. .