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There are two kinds of views about God's names and attributes. Some philosophers believe in transcendence, but others are moderate. Ghāzī Sa'īd Qumī (1107 A. H.) is related to the first group, and believes that God's attributes are not part of His essence, but are related to His Divinity. He believes that these names and attributes are homonym, and says that mentioning them in traditions is mere mention of the words and we cannot understand the real meaning of them.
This viewpoint leads him closer than others to the theory, which all these names and attributes have come from God Himself.Ghāzī Sa'īd, by using traditions – although having has used his own basic principles to interpret traditions – tries to prove God's attributes by negating the opposites of them. Viewpoint of Ghāzī Sa'īd is described in this paper, and also, in some phrases, there is a comparative look at the viewpoint of Mullā Şadrā Shīrazī.