عنوان مقاله [English]
Dalaelgraphy of Nabavi (PBUH) examines books that focus specifically on the signs of the prophethood of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) as evidence for his prophethood. The way these writers deal with the prophetic signs of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) shows what components of the Prophet's biography are of interest to them in this genre, and this is largely based on the theological or hadith school. These authors are done. The first work of Ismaili thinkers on this subject is the book by Abu Hatem Razi (322 AH).The present study seeks to answer the question that Abu Hatam Razi, as a prominent Ismaili theologian, has paid attention to which components of prophetic reasoning and whether he is different from other non-Ismaili writers in this regard or not? The answer obtained shows that the Ismaili views on prophetic reasoning were not significantly different from the authors of other schools, including muhaddithin, Zaidi theologians, Mu'tazilites, and Ash'arites. The importance and necessity of this research lies in the fact that the book of Abu Hatem Razi was the oldest Ismaili work on the subject and so far no research has been done on this subject.