Pantheism or the unity of the intuition of Ibn Arabic and Eckhart

Document Type : Research Paper



Theory "pantheism" raised by the Mystics away from reason and also because of opposition to some aspects of sacred texts, is of considerable criticism. A group of supporters of this theory is so critical to reduce it to a "unity of vision" and that it's more an issue of interpretation "epistemological" referred to the "ontological". This article is to argue from the perspective of two great Sufi Muslim and Christian, the son of Arabic and Eckhart studied and also show that the distinction between "pantheism" and "unity of vision" is not compatible with the principles of customary rights to them The two are not one more thing. As the "head" and "the same" do not make the same distinction.