Volume 17 (2021)
Volume 16 (2020)
Volume 15 (2019)
Volume 14 (2018)
Volume 13 (2017)
Volume 12 (2016)
Volume 11 (2015)
Volume 10 (2014)
Volume 9 (2013)
Volume 8 (2012)
Volume 7 (2011)
Volume 6 (2010)
Volume 5 (2009)
Volume 4 (2008)
Volume 3 (2007)
Volume 2 (2006)
Volume 1 (2005)
1. The Tacit Presence of Aristotle's Phronesis in Heidegger's Being and Time

Mehdi Moinzadeh

Volume 16, Issue 62 , July 2020, , Pages 147-176


  The Priority of the practical approach toward the world to theoretical approach is one of the most fundamental components of Heidegger’s “Being and Time”. In fact, Heidegger believes that the first disclosure of Dasein to the world is based on practice rather than speculation and even ...  Read More

2. Ancient Semiotics and its Influence on Formation of Topic of Signification

Amin Shahverdi

Volume 15, Issue 60 , December 2019, , Pages 99-123


  In this paper, the formation and development of Signification theory and its effect on Muslim thinkers are studied. In the ancient period, there were three important schools that investigated signals and issues surrounding them. First, Aristotle investigated signs at the outset of his “On Interpretation”, ...  Read More

3. Explaining the Unity of Objects, Including Human Beings, Based on Aquins’s Hylomorphism; the First Interpretation: Properties as Powers

Mehdi Amiriyan

Volume 15, Issue 59 , September 2019, , Pages 63-83


  Relying on the teachings of Aquinas, Oderberg as one of the analytic hylomorphists ascribes the unity of an object to form. His view is that if form is responcible for unity, it should be a simple entity not a composite one. In this article, we have shown that although one can find this view tenable, ...  Read More

4. Absolute as Self-thinking Nous: A Critical Reflection on Hegel’s Interpretation of Aristotle’s Pure Actuality

Mustafa Zali

Volume 15, Issue 58 , July 2019, , Pages 161-189


  One of the most controversial debates on Hegel’s Philosophy is the question of ancient or modern aspects of his philosophical system. On the one hand, focusing on Kantian dimension of Hegel’s Philosophy, some Hegel scholars have regarded his project as the completion and radicalization of ...  Read More

5. Self-appropriating Interpretation of Nicomachean Ethics as a Guide for Young Heidegger’s Phenomenological Hermeneutics

Seyyed Jamal Same; Mohammad Javad Safian

Volume 15, Issue 57 , April 2019, , Pages 7-31


  Aristotle is one of the philosophers who have influenced young Heidegger’s thoughts. The purpose of the present paper is to clarify certain aspects of this influence. During the years 1922–1926, Heidegger ponders deeply on Aristotle’s Philosophy. Among Aristotle’s works, Nicomachean ...  Read More

6. Are the Weakness of Will and Akrasia Two Distinct Phenomena?

zahra khazaei

Volume 14, Issue 56 , January 2019, , Pages 61-85


  According to traditional philosophical literature, Akrasia is defined as acting against one’s best judgment. Philosophers have considered Akrasia as synonymous with the weakness of will. However, Holton considers these two phenomena to be distinct and argues that weakness of will is better understood ...  Read More

7. Aristotle and the Subject of Metaphysics

Yassaman Hoshyar

Volume 14, Issue 55 , October 2018, , Pages 177-203


  According to some interpretations, Aristotle's metaphysics is not a coherent and unified work and does not follow a single issue; in other words, in each two or three books a subject is introduced as a subject of metaphysics. ; For example, in the fourth book, Aristotle refers to a new phrase “being ...  Read More

8. A critique of two predominant views on the place of the Aristotelian psychology

seyyed ahmad hosseini

Volume 13, Issue 50 , July 2017, , Pages 23-40


  A problem pertaining to Aristotle’s psychology is about where its right place is. Should it be studied in the physics or in metaphysics or some part of it in physics and some other in metaphysics? There are two views concerning the place of psychology according to Aristotle’s philosophy of ...  Read More

9. Review and critical analysis Avicenna and Aviross view of the soul

qassem pourhassan; sakineh abouali

Volume 11, Issue 43 , October 2015, , Pages 7-25

  Abstract Evaluating and considering of immateriality and immortality by three philosophers naming Aristotle's (322-384 H.Q), Avicenna (370-428 H.Q), and Aviross (520-595 H.Q) constituted the core of this article. Contradiction and ambiguities seen in some of Aristotle's ideas is considered as the origin ...  Read More

10. Examination of Aristotle’s Critiques of Heraclitus’ Cosmology on Criticisms of Plato and Sophists

Saeed Darvishy; Gholamreza Zakiany

Volume 10, Issue 37 , March 2014, , Pages 7-24


  Aristotle is one of the important sources for studying pre-Platonic philosophers, among whom Heraclitus was the subject of Aristotle’s main focus. His focus on Heraclitus was most importantly for the reason that Heraclitus was, as Plato states, the intellectual godfather of sophists and was, according ...  Read More

11. Time: Avicenna, Aristotle; Two Perspectives or One?

zohreh abd khodai; hoseyn kalbasi ashtari

Volume 8, Issue 32 , January 2013, , Pages 89-102


  The concept of time, its existence, ontology, and epistemology are considered as a pivotal philosophical issue from the ancient Greek time up to now. Aristotle explicitly deals with this subject. His notion of time can be also seen in Avicenna’s writings. This point have arisen many questions and ...  Read More

12. Aristotle and Avicenna on the Finity and Infinity of Space and Time: A Comparative Study

hoseyn kalbasi ashtari; hasan ahmadi zadeh

Volume 6, Issue 22 , July 2010, , Pages 69-89


  The issue of “Finity or Infinity of Space and Time” is one of the most important problems in the western and also in the Islamic philosophy. The history of the debate about this problem is interwoven with the history of differnet views of philosophers and theologians. In the western philosophy, ...  Read More

13. Common Sense and its Perceptual Functions According to Aristotle and Ibn Sina

fatemeh sadegh zadeh ghamsari

Volume 5, Issue 20 , January 2010, , Pages 33-51


  Among the perceptual faculties of soul, common sense has a special place. Without giving a clear picture of it, Aristotle attributes functions such as perception of common sense impressions and sense impressions by accident and recognition of aspects of distinction between objects and comprehension of ...  Read More

14. Hamartia: The Philosophical Feature of Tragedy

alireza mohammadi barchani

Volume 4, Issue 13 , April 2008, , Pages 79-103


  According to the Aristotelian tradition, a tragedy consists of several elements: mythos, character, diction, reflection, orchestra, and sound. Aristotle recognized three parts of the mythos in a tragedy: peripeteia, anagnorisis, and catastrophe. He, through his critical views about the essence of tragedy, ...  Read More