عنوان مقاله [English]
The book Mojli Merat al-Monji fi al-Kalam, al-Hekmatayn, and al-Tasawwof is a theological book in which the influence of Ibn Arabi and his teachings can be clearly seen. In a way, this book is a combination of theology and philosophy with the flavor of mysticism and the rules of Sufism. This book tries to explain Shiite theology, especially the subject of Wilayat (Guardianship), based on Shiite teachings and theology on the one hand, and being influenced by the teachings of mystics, especially Ibn Arabi, on the other hand. The topics of this book are so influenced by Muslim mystics, especially the opinion of Ibn Arabi and his commentators, particularly Sayyed Heydar Amoli, that it can be considered a continuation of the convergence of Shiite wisdom and Ibn Arabi's mysticism. Although it is heavily influenced by Ibn Arabi regarding the subjects of the perfect human being and Wilayat, Ibn Abi al-Jomhur's interpretation of Ibn Arabi's statements on Khatam al-Awliya (Seal of the Saints) is similar to Sayyed Heydar Amoli's interpretation of Ibn Arabi's statements, which says that the seal of absolute guardianship is Imam Ali (AS) and the seal of limited guardianship is Imam Mahdi (AS). This article, based on the book Mojli Merat al-Monji, seeks to explain the influence of Ibn Arabi on the content of this book, especially the topics of Wilayat and Khatam al-Awliya.