Belief in Qadar E17: Is man a prisoner of Qadar? (CHAPTER 4)

 

In this video, you are going to learn the answer of the following question; Is man a prisoner of Qadar?

This question will be discussed in 6 chapters. Each chapter contains various examples. In this chapter, the answer of this question has been answered with the example of a commander who has a camera. With his camera, he is controlling the soldiers keeping guard and he sees that two soldiers are sleeping during their duty. And the commander records them. In this event, knowledge is the recording in the camera and the knowledge of the commander about the conditions of these soldiers. The thing known is their sleeping.

Our question is the same again: "Did the soldiers sleep because the commander recorded them; that is, is the known (the soldiers' sleeping) dependent on knowledge? Or did the commander record them because of their sleeping; that is, is knowledge (the knowledge of the commander and his recording them through the camera) dependent on the known? Doubtlessly, the knowledge of the commander and the camera recording is dependent on the known, namely, the conditions of the soldiers. The cause of their sleeping is not the knowledge of the commander and the camera recording that was made by him. On the contrary, the commander knew it because he saw that they were sleeping during the duty and recorded them.

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