Document Type : Research Paper
Ph.d student of Transcendent Philosophy, University of Isfahan
Associate Professor of Islamic philosophy and Theology, University of Isfahan
Associate Professor of Islamic philosophy and Theology, university of Isfahan.
In transcendental philosophy, an economic utopia is a city in which all the souls are completely perfect in their mundane aspect. At first, this article, by interpretation-oriented method, presents a novel view of knowledge in transcendent philosophy by drawing the theory of intensification knowledge (al-Ilm al-Ishtidadi) as an epistemological basis that is founded on philosophical principles such as the correspondence of man with the levels of existence, the correspondence of the levels of existence with knowledge, the relation of man to truth, and draws the properties of an economic utopia. The highest level in the series of intensification knowledge al-Ilm al-Ishtidadi) belongs to the Prophet, who is the leader and at the highest level of existence in the city and, according to a revelatory (wahyani) method and distributive justice, brings the city to the highest level of evolution, and after the Prophet, those close to him are in charge of these matters. An economic utopia based on the characteristics of intensification knowledge, gives the citizens outcomes such as "utilization of material resources", "development of human capital", "employment commensurate with the capacities of each level of existence", "job satisfaction", "economic stability", "expansion of economic welfare" and "economic development." Some obstacles of formation of the economic utopia are included: "accumulation of wealth", " spread of poverty", and "dependence on material things", which are discussed in this article.