عنوان مقاله [English]
The present article is an attempt to explore Allameh Iqbal's view of personal and impersonal God. In his view in Islam God is considered to be both personal and impersonal. This view of God can satisfy both religious tents and philosophical questions of philosophical as well. Under the influence of Hegel, Mc Taggart holds that ultimate reality is absolute so it cannot be called by a self, but Iqbal disagrees with this view of Hegelian philosophers to the Ultimate Reality. Iqbal also disagrees with the traditional arguments for proving God's existence for these arguments fail to. In this regards he refers to the notion of intuition and holds that by intuition it is possible not only to unravel the nature of world and man but also realize God. Intuition is a term that is approved even by certain Western philosophers like Bergson as well. In Iqbal's view this path even is approved by the Quran. Accordingly, Iqbal seeks to substantiate it and used the term "self" for man and "infinite self" to God.