Alastahab between the suspicions of judgment and objectivity


Adab Al-Kufa, In Press

Presumption of continuity with regard to uncertainty about rulings or subject-mattersPresumption of continuity is part of technical terms in the field of (principles of jurisprudence) and it is defined as (continuation of what has proven to exist)It is one of the most important practical principles.
When the person who is obliged with religious duties is certain about a particular matter, and later entertains some doubt about it, which disables him to have access to reality, presumption of continuity to stick to the previous certainty.
The matter which one was sure and certain about, and later entertained doubt may be a religious ruling or a subject-matter.
The question now is whether presumption of continuity applies to both cases or there are different oprinions about it?