عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Presuppositions and precomprehensions have a role in encountering the Holy Quran and its contemplation. The belief in the lack of access to a final comprehension is among the most important claims based on the interference of the interpreter's presuppositions, precompre hensions, interests and expectations and also the contemporary sciences and knowledge in the text comprehension and interpretation.
Believing in the same subject Mojtahed Shabestari says the readings are different as a true and real matter and the final comprehension can not be achieved in the texts interpretation. However, Javadi Aamoli rejects this claim and believes that the interpreter can pass from his own precomprehensions and presuppositions and reach a final comprehension. He thinks that the contemporary sciences and knoledges are not effective on the interpretation, although interpreters sometimes interpret based on the contemporary needs.
This study has analyzed and criticized the mojtahed Shabestari and Javadi Aamoli's opinions on the precomprehensions and presuppositions effect or their lack of effect on the comprehension and interpretations of the holy texts.