روح کا تصور: فلسفیانہ، مذہبی اور ثقافتی روایات کے تناظر میں ایک تجزیاتی مطالعہ

The Concept of the Soul: Perspectives across Philosophical, Religious and Cultural Traditions an Analytical Study
By
1. Abdul Ghaffar Shahani,
M.Phil Scholar,
Department of Islamic Studies,
Ghazi University, Dera Ghazi Khan

2. Dr. Muhammad Ayaz
Assistant Professor,
Department of Islamic Studies
Ghazi University, Dera Ghazi Khan

3. Asfa Munir,
Lecturer Islamiat,
Meer Chakar Khan Rind University of Technology, Dera Ghazi Khan, Punjab, Pakistan

Abstract:

The concept of the soul has been a topic of philosophical and religious discourse for thousands of years. In ancient civilizations, such as the Greeks and Egyptians, the soul was often viewed as a immortal and immortal aspect of a person that continued to exist after death. In modern Western philosophy, the concept of the soul has been debated, with some rejecting it as unscientific and others seeing it as a metaphorical way of speaking about the inner essence of a person. In Islam, the soul is seen as a spiritual entity breathed into every person by God and that continues to exist after death, with its ultimate fate determined by a person’s actions and deeds during life. The soul is also viewed as the source of a person’s motivations and desires and spiritual purification of the soul is seen as crucial for ultimate happiness and fulfillment.

Keywords: Soul, Philosophy, Religious, Science, Islam

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