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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
The school of Tafkik (separation) argues that religious knowledge and human science, especially philosophy and mysticism, are two detached areas. This school has some views about the interpretation of Quran and the role of tradition on it which is required to be investigated and analyzed. Although this school refers to Ijtihadi approach as a legitimate method in interpretation, it rejects this claim in different ways and emphasize on the pivotal role of hadith and tradition when interpreting Quran. Compared to hadiths, other sources of interpretation such as intellect, lexis, literature and even Quranic verses have a secondary role. The present study focuses on the fact that separation school’s use of transmitted reasons in order to prove intellectual subjects, including the discussion about certainty, is one of its instances. The authority of Quran and certainty are also proved beside tradition. This article investigates and criticizes the seperationists’ perspectives on the role of tradition in interpretation of Quran.