The book has a unique place as to its comprehension and influence on Islamic wisdom in â¦ In about 1040/1630, he wrote the book, Mafatih al-ghayb li fath khaza'in al-'ulum al-mubarra'a 'an al-shakk wa l-rayb as a prolegomenon to his â¦ ), (Tehran: Bunyad-i farhang-i â¦ In this paper, at first, we have a glance at Platoâs method of philosophical training, his allegory of Cave and some positions on Mulla Sadraâs four journeys; Mulla Sadra has not completely succeeded in arranging a l-Asfar according to the four journeys of the Mystics, especially the fourth journey. The house of Mulla Sadra in Kahak (a small village near the city of Qom, in Iran) where Mulla Sadra used to live in when he was exiled due to some of his ideas. Mulla Sadra Shirazi (1571-1640) was one of the most influential Muslim philosophers of the last four hundred years. Mulla Sadra (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy) Alhassanain(p) Network for Heritage and Islamic Thought. Along the "four journeys" of his philosophical quest, Sadra produces a world-picture that is a reflection of the infinite symphony of existence and its modalities. The Transcendent Philosophy of the Four Journeys of the Intellect â Mulla Sadra. The peace and quiet of life in Kahak gave Mulla Sadra the opportunity to start the composition of his most foundational work, al-Hikmat al-muta âaliya fiâl-asfar al-âaqliyya al-arba (Transcendent Wisdom in the Four Journeys of the Intellect). The author of over forty works, he was the principal figure of the major revival of philosophy which took place in Iran in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Sadra's "Transcendent Wisdom" is based on the fundamental insight that all things derive their reality and truth from the all-inclusive reality of existence. I was wondering if anybody knew where I could find it online in English or alternatively a lecturer who explains deeply what he has written. The âHikmat Al Mutaâalyah fi-l-asfar al-âaqliyya al-arbaâaâ is an encyclopedic work that chronicles many of the important issues discussed in Islamic philosophy. (ed. that Mulla Sadra has written 4 volumes titled as The Four Journeys. Salaams, I heard in Khalil Jaffers lectures (wonderful lecturer!) Mulla Sadra (also spelt Molla Sadra or Mollasadra, also called Sadr al-Din al-Shirazi or sadrol mota allehin) (c. 1571â1640) was a Persian Islamic philosopher, theologian and âÄlim who led the Iranian cultural renaissance in the 17th century.. Mulla Sadra is thought by some to be the single most important and influential philosopher in the Muslim world in the last four hundred years. Thank you They are mentioned in passing by Husayn Waâiáº Kashifi in his Futuwwat nama-yi Sulá¹ani, Mahjub, M. J. Mulla Sadra wanted to write a comprehensive and complete exegesis of the whole Qur'an, but he did not find the occasion to do so. His main work is The Transcendent Theosophy in the Four Journeys of the Intellect, or simply Four Journeys. Sadra, Mulla was not the first to discuss the four journeys. The complete title of the book as Mulla Sadra himself named it is Al-Hikma al-muta'aliya fi l-asfar al-'aqliyya al-arbaÊ¾a (the transcendent wisdom regarding four intellectual journeys). There he also found some of his life-long students who became well-known scholars of their own time.