عنوان مقاله [English]
Narrators with common names are always found in the documents of Shiite and Sunni hadiths, but which of these common narrators have an identity requires research and evidence gathering. Discussion of the unity and multiplicity of narrators is one of the required issues in the science of archeology) knowledge of document). In addition, its effect is on the acceptance or rejecting of narrators and the validity of the document of narrators. The present study uses the descriptive-analytical method and examines the views of Ayatollah Khoi in the "Collection of Hadith Men" to find common ground.
He does not just consider the possibility of a union of two titles to be sufficient to warrant a union, and has always examined the reflection of the union or the multiplicity of the two titles in the narrators' class as well as reports of Rajali's basic principles. In addition, on this path, he has resorted to some signs; like having the same book, a common way of narrating, sharing a biography. In his view, class divergence has a multiplicity of narrators, and class sharing is one reason for those titles to be the same unless their narrator mentions it. Just as multiplication of the title in the basic principles of the Rejali, is necessary in the multiplicity. Ayatollah Khoi issued the final verdict by studying and evaluating each of these signs together.