عنوان مقاله [English]
In Islamic logic and philosophy usually is said, as a rule, that the attribution of logical secondary inteligibles is totally subjective. This paper shows that sometimes some Muslim thinkers, in practice, have violated this rule unintentionally, in the discussion of absolute non–existent paradox, for example. We will reinforce this violation and will present stronger arguments for the external and objective attribution of at least some logical secondary intelligibles, i.e. matters that are tied with intentionality and signification such as ‘cognition’, ‘information’, ‘describility’, ‘non-describility’, ‘knowability’. In this way the generality of this rule is violated.