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Zarshenas, M.M., Mehdizadeh, A., Zargaran, A. and Mohagheghzadeh, A. (2012) Rhazes (865-925 AD). Journal of Neurology, 259, 1001-1002.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00415-011-6398-x

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  • TITLE: Razi’s Concept of an Afterlife

    AUTHORS: Muhammad Wazir, Lei Wang, Xuan Wu

    KEYWORDS: Islamic Philosophy, Razi, Human Existence, Greek History, Life and Death

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.7 No.6, June 19, 2019

    ABSTRACT: The major aspect of this paper aimed on analytical classification of Razi’s metaphysical doctrine of human existence after death. Death is an undeniable fact and merely it’s a movement from one world to another. Razi’s concept of life after death is a belief in the continued existence of the soul and a transformed physical existence of a new life. Analytical study in this paper born historical evidence and facts which developed a bent of mind in observing the research problem. Evidently, belief in afterlife was found in golden age of Islam and in classical Greek historic figures. Research findings have shown that belief in afterlife of many religions connects Razi’s concept of individual maintenance in afterlife. Death is the beginning of life and human existence is identified again after death. There are aspects in similar between golden age of Islamic philosophy and Greek historic figures in individual life after death, while sharing similar aspects in individual life after death, Razi’s understanding of life after death is evidently classified on human existence.