عنوان مقاله [English]
The resurrection of animals and corpses is one of the most important issues in the discussion of the resurrection. One group of commentators consider the resurrection of subhuman beings to be their destruction, and another group believe that their resurrection is only for punishment. In the meantime, Allameh Tabataba’i is one of the thinkers who has written in this field and his interpretive interpretation has explained and analyzed the resurrection of beings. The Quran defends and argues that all human beings, including animals, plants, and inanimate objects are resurrected, and the verses of the Quran specify the resurrection of all beings and creatures on the Day of Judgment and their return to God. And this arousal, in addition to being aware, also clarifies the type and level of their awareness. Because the references to the verses of the Quran and the quranic reasons indicate the awareness as well as the obligation of living things to the extent of their existence and power, which means they are accountable to the extent of their understanding and awareness that they are benefited. Gathering them on the Day of Judgment is not for destruction but for the record of their deeds because, in the ontology of the Quran, due to the task that is imposed on the beings of the universe in any form and size, they must be present and accountable on the Day of Resurrection.