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The first is the denial of what the piou's forefathers, may God be well pleased with them, had agreed upon, viz. there is no creator but God and no origiDa~ tor other than Him. The second is their attribution' of origination and creation to the power of the ODe who does not know what he has created. For the movements which issue from man and the ·rest of the animals, were man to be asked about their number and their particularities and their measures, he would not 8' The Second Pivotal Poi,,' conce,ning the Attributes have a notion about them.
T to aay that th. nce and its properties is a consequential property of Hiselscoce jast al the lilbt·s beioe a cODsequeDC8 of the san is a perfection (p. riqiYYIJI savs tbat most of tbe aacieDt aDd later pbilosopben deay tbat God knows tbe particulars wbUe aI-Sba,kh Abi al-Barakit al-BaabdAdi aSlerts it (pp. t 10-1)•• God·, 27 AI·Ghtl"" Oil Divine P,e4icfll,s To diKalS the position of the philosophers, al-DawwaDi I&Y' that there are four poiDts to be cODlidered : (1) TbiD,S either have no form aDd are non-cllaageable; (2) or tbey are chaageable but do Dot have forms: 13) or they have forms but do Dot chaDle : (of) or they have forms and do cba-Ie (p.
For Ghazili it lasts one momeot. Thillllo accordaoce with hll doctrine of continuous creatioo. 13. Ghazili is for treatiD, tbe attributel as positive attributes of actioo, but the poslibllity of his treatment of these attributes al aeRation may be expouded. althooglrluch Itatement could not serve as a groundwork for a Degative alpect. We feel, however, itl documeotalioD il witb1n the realm of poulbility, hard as it may -prove. 14. Tbe Jrfu'tazilah diHered on the concept, generation (ldW~Ilu4). Some of them malntaioed that it is t\e act which occurs IlIrow," ",e aDd al·ight8 io 01"'" lA.
al-Ghazali on Divine Predicates and their Property: A Critical and Annotated Translation of these chapters in al-Iqtisad fil-I‛tiqad by ‛Abdu-r-Rahman Abu Zayd