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Nasafi, as a scholastic man, has categorized and explained matters of Islamic Sufism- especially: Pantheism- in Kashf-ul-Haqaiq. In line with the other mystics, however, it is obvious that in this way, he has deterred himself wrapping theological and philosophical arguments. Nasafi, unlike mystical philosophers like Suhrawardi (Sheikh Eshragh), does not carry his readers to impassable defiles of argument and proof. Nasafi, in addition to have Islamic Sufism treasure with himself- the roots of this treasure could be found in ancient India and Greece (especially in Plato and Aristotle’s works)-, he has dismantled more clusters from Ibn Arabi and Ibn Sab'een’s gardens. In choosing titles of Kashf-ul-Haqaiq chapters and his specific terminology, it is not unlikely that Nasafi has copied directly from Ibn Arabi and Ibn Sab'een’s works.
In this paper, rooting Nasafi’s believes and ideas on Pantheism shows without question influence of Ibn Arabi and Ibn Sab'een. It is noteworthy that in this rooting, Ibn Sab'een’s ideas have their specific novelty.