عنوان مقاله [English]
Received: 06/01/2018 | Accepted: 16/10/2018
This article focuses on the relation between Tajarri (insolence, audacity) and the Law of Will: has the Law of Will been violated in instances of Tajarri or, in other words, has the Law of Will been disobeyed, broken and defied? This article does not focus on the circumstance of the external act in which Tajarri has occurred. Therefore, one can consider the present discussion to apply to instances where an external act has not taken place, a circumstance that the agent abstains from committing an act against the law due to the presence of obstacles and in doing so does not extend Tajarri to the domain outside of his self. It will be shown that in the area of natural dispute and conflict, there has certainly been no violation of the law, in the same way that in instances of ‘Isyan (transgression), there has absolutely been a breach of the law; in this case, the violatation of the law by the agent in instances of Tajarri is linked with the violation of the law by the agent in instances of ‘Isyan in terms of ruling; rather, it can be said that the violation of the law by the agent in instances of Tajarri has no difference from that of ‘Isyan.
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