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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
The nature of the world is one of the important issues that have been mentioned in various schools. Based on the Qur'anic doctrines of the Islamic narrative, the nature of the world is defined by various titles as an example; the dependent nature of God, the testament, the combination of suffering and happiness, and in narratives with very beautiful similes to explain the nature of the world. For example, The world is characterized by examples such as bridges, clutches, travels, and travelers, guesthouses, etc. In all of these cases, it refers to the instability of the nature of the world. Buddhism, as one of the spiritual schools, has introduced the world into three signs in the universe that is similar in some respects to Islam, such as the acceptance of suffering in the nature of the world and the origin of suffering in the nature of the world and in different ways, such as the difference in the origin of creation The world and the differences in the origin of suffering in the world, and ... The present article is descriptive-analytical with comparative approach. It seeks to express these similarities and differences in their points of view in two views of Islam and Buddhism.