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Undoubtedly, since the creation, man has sought to meet his essential needs and thinks about issues such as hunger, thirst, cold, fear, and sex, which he cannot avoid or express as unnecessary. These issues are instincts that exist in human nature and force him to pay for it. Human life continued and from the beginning of its creation, man started to think about how he should act according to his desires, dreams and comfortable life, and his simple lifestyle with the passage of time through imitation, work and continuous pursuit towards better life has changed and it is no secret that this progress is due to the deepening of human thinking. The Greeks called it philosophy, as the Muslims called it wisdom. Many people thought that philosophy is a Greek queen and that they are its creators, those who think like this are wrong; Because philosophy originates from human reason, which God has given to him, and reason was not limited to the Greeks, but everyone had their share of it. God the Almighty says: «قَد اَفلَحَ مَن زَكّاها وَقَد خابَ مَن دَسّاها» (Surah Shams/9-10); It means: whoever cleanses it will definitely be saved and whoever makes it dirty will definitely lose.
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