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Avicenna's ethics in Mshreghi treatises Depends on the acquired knowledge from the high world. This means, the more knowledge of people to the world of angels and minds make them to be more moral persons. In this treatise, Avicenna divides people that are able to obtain this kind of knowledge into two categories; the brothers of the truth and other persons. In the first part of this article we emphasize and show that the criterion of distinction between these people is the amount of their knowledge. Then Avicenna tried to pass the epistemological differences between individuals in the Mashreghi stories by trying to achieve the same perception of the moral epistemology in the pattern of trustful epistemology which we will talk about in this research. The fondations of reliabilism in the Avicenna's works and finally the obviation of epistemological dualism in Avicenna's ethics are the other issues we will discuss about in this article.  . by "Mashreghi treatises" in this article we mean three stories in Avicenna's work: Resalat-ol-teir, Hayy-ebn-yaghzan, Salsman and Absal. We use this title only to distinguish these stories from the other works of Avicenna.