The Theory of ‘Alam al Khalq and ‘Alam al-‘Amr
In theological philosophy, the domain of. being has been divided into various classifications from different angles: necessary and contingent, essential and accidental and so on. One of the divisions is into `non-material' (mujarrad) and `material' (maddi). The material beings are subject to motion, change and alteration. The non-material beings are free from matter, movement, change and alteration. A material being is bound by time and space, whereas a non-material being is free from them, and is not limited by these two binding factors. The complete domain of non-material being is called `alam al-'amr (the World of Command)...!
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