Investigating the Difference between Constructional Perceptions and Real Perceptions of Man

Mohammad Taqi Rokni Lamouki


Relativism is one of the deviant thoughts of the modern era. This way of thinking can be discussed in two fields of epistemology and ethics. In epistemology, it means rejecting fixed, perfect and absolute existence and reality. Truth-seeking scholars have made efforts in order to counter this thought. Proving constructional concepts is among these efforts presented to the world of knowledge by Muslim scholars. By introducing constructional concepts and distinguishing them from real perceptions of man, they have sent this message to all of the people that reality is achievable for man. In the present article, we seek to introduce these concepts to our readers. To do so, after general discussions like the review of literature and definitions, we have mentioned the different divisions of human perceptions, and then, we have discussed the features of constructional concepts and ways to recognize them. Finally, the outcomes and results of constructional concepts in different sciences are investigated.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2016.v7n51p89

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