This paper discusses one of the issues with which the Islamic thought has been busy for some time, especially by those who are interested in religious matters. It is the question whether what is meant by instinct is Islam or something else. Therefore, this research discusses its concept, relation with means of knowledge whether they are material or immaterial, it also discusses the claim that instinct is Islam, and its relation to the original status of religion, reason and the religion of Islam.
After investigation and comparison, the research concludes that instinct has no relation with means of knowledge. Also, instinct is not science or a way of science. Instinct is something that accepts what is placed in it.
Al-Omari, "Muhammad Nabeel" Taher
"Human Instinct and its Relation with Means of Knowledge and Consciousness: a comparative study,"
Jordan Journal of Islamic Studies: Vol. 14
, Article 19.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jois/vol14/iss1/19