Volume 19 (2023)
Volume 18 (2022)
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)

Embodiment of Subject and Conatus for Mulla Sadra and Hegel

Payam Aghasi; Azizolah Afshar Kermani

Volume 17, Issue 68 , January 2022, , Pages 1-28


  The different definitions of rationalists and empiricists from man have different approaches to man. Hegel offers a dialectical view of whole and part together in a Kantian-Spinoza context by defining man as an embodiment subject, while also paying attention to his totality, while also showing the importance ...  Read More

Jalaluddin Rumi Out of the Game of Determinism and Free Will

Hamid Eskandari; Hassan Rahbar

Volume 18, Issue 71 , February 2022, , Pages 1-22


  The Masnavi has been read as if Rumi believed either in determination or free will, or he hesitated between the two. Here we reveal a new interpretation that how he avoids both of these. His position is out of this game entirely. We have explained that he thinks of the disputation between two sides as ...  Read More

The Possibility of Query about the Ugliness in Kant's Aesthetic Horizon

Arsalan Aghakhani; Seyed Mohammadreza Hoseini Beheshti; shamsolmolouk Mostafavi

Volume 18, Issue 69 , March 2022, , Pages 1-25


  Immanuel Kant's aesthetics in Critique of Judgment has always been the subject of discussions and the discovery of many points about the anatomy of the faculty of Taste and its judgments. Because of contemporary aesthetic issues, the inquiry concerning the possibility of the reflective perception ...  Read More

Mental Obsession: Unrealistic or Unpragmatic; A Philosophical Analysis of Obsessive Thinking

Kayvan Ansari; malek Hosseini; Shahla Eslami

Volume 18, Issue 70 , June 2022, , Pages 1-26


  Mental obsession‒mostly considered as an illness or as a neurosis‒ consists of repeated, compulsive, unstoppable thoughts causing severe anxiety, and often leads to obsessive actions like washing hands or body, checking, counting, doing some ritual, and so on. In psychology, these thoughts are supposed ...  Read More

Heidegger's Nietzsche and the Represented Man as the Fate of Representational Subject

Mehrdad Ahmadi; Mohamadreza Asadi

Volume 18, Issue 72 , January 2023, , Pages 1-23


  Heidegger believes that the subject of representation is essentially a subject that wills the represented in every representation in a way that the expansion of the domains of human representation and going through the reality and determining it as a subject is directly related to the expansion of his ...  Read More

Analysis and Philosophical Critique of the Standard Model in the Cognitive Science of Religion

Sayyed Mahdi Biabanaki

Volume 19, Issue 73 , March 2023, , Pages 1-27


  "Cognitive Science of Religion" is the emerging branch of cognitive science, which uses the findings of cognitive science to study religious beliefs and behaviors. Most scholars in this area believe that religious beliefs and behaviors are the byproducts of the cognitive architecture of our minds. Based ...  Read More

Marriage, Sex and Love in Kant's Scales of Ethics

Mehdi akhavan

Volume 19, Issue 74 , June 2023, , Pages 1-22


  The type and program of Kant's monetary philosophy in ethics is prescient and pre-empirical (or metaphysical) principles of ethics. With this goal in the foundation of metaphysics, ethics, moral value, absolutely, only the decent will is the good field; An intention that is determined by the moral law, ...  Read More

Evidence for the 'Principality of Quiddity' according to Ghias al-din Mansur Dashtaki from Mulla Sadra's Point of View

Masoumeh Esmaeili

Volume 19, Issue 75 , September 2023, , Pages 1-20


  Mulla Sadra has demonstrated "The Principality of Existence" as the basis of the Transcendent Philosophy based on solid arguments and by studying the scholars before him, he considered the peripatetics to believe in The Principality of Existence and the Ishraqi in the principality of Quiddity. Although ...  Read More

Knowledge-based Analysis of the Stages of Faith in Mulla Sadra’s Philosophy

Seyyed Mohammadkazem Alavi

Volume 10, Issue 38 , July 2014, , Pages 7-28

  The level-based nature of faith is one of the important issues revolving faith and has a valued place in the Quran . This issue, which derives from Quran’s verses , has drawn attention to itself in Mulla Sadra’s (1571-1640 A.D) hermeneutics . Mulla Sadra proposes different divisions for faith ...  Read More

Correspondence with Absolute Fixity as a Criterion for Knowledge in the Philosophical Mindset of Allameh Tabataba’i

mohhamad ali ardestani

Volume 9, Issue 36 , January 2014, , Pages 7-26

  A suitable criterion for proper knowledge, is the ‘correspondence of knowledge with reality’, and in relation to ‘reality’ is introduced the concept of ‘the Inherent Essence’. One of Allameh Tabataba’i’s fundamental philosophical initiatives, which is related ...  Read More

A Study of Gradation of Ranks and Manifestations from the Viewpoint of Allameh Tabataba’i

mohammad hadi tavakoli; seyyed sadr-adin taheri

Volume 9, Issue 34 , July 2013, , Pages 7-20

  After entering the Islamic philosophy, gradation underwent major changes to the point that gradation of existence became replaced with gradation of manifestation in transcendental theosophy as mystical epistemology gave no credit to gradation of existence. Allameh Tabataba’i not only criticizes ...  Read More

Reactive Attitudes: A New Solution for the Problem of Free Will

fakhr al sadat alavi; muhammad ali ezhei

Volume 9, Issue 35 , October 2013, , Pages 7-18

  Throughout the history of thought, free will and determinism have sparked offheated and controversial philosophical debates. Changed in form due to time lapse and mankind’s developments, the long-helddebate still addresses the same questions. Opposing the traditional view that free will and determinism ...  Read More

Twofoldness repairing of philosophy of physics relying on Popper's falsificationism

mohammad mehdi hatami; mehdi dehbashi

Volume 10, Issue 40 , January 2015, , Pages 7-36

  Philosophical conclusions from Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics including the rejection of realism, negation of causality and Lack of determination on nuclear or atomic events and etc, lead to a gap or twofoldness between classical and Quantum physics. In this article, we will show this ...  Read More

Emancipation of The dominant technology space in Andrew Feinberg critical theory of technology

khashayar boromand; hassan husseini

Volume 11, Issue 41 , April 2015, , Pages 7-28

  Abstract The critical theory of technology is a title that Andrew Feinberg predicates to the results of his thoughts about technology. This title indicates explicitly that Feinberg is interested in critical thinking arising from the Frankfurt School. In the critical theory of technology, technology ...  Read More

The concept of Disinterestedness in ideas of John Scotus Erigena, Lord Shaftesbury, Francis Hutcheson and David Hume

Davoud Mirzaei; Ali Salmany

Volume 11, Issue 42 , July 2015, , Pages 7-20

  The concept of Disinterestedness is one of the fundamental concepts in aesthetic experience which comes to mind in the name of Kant. Kant examined it at the first moment of his First Critique. Indeed, disinterested experience or in other words, Disinterestedness is a unique character of aesthetic experience ...  Read More

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

Hegel's First Logic (Jena Logic)

mohammad mehdi ardebili; alireza azadi

Volume 12, Issue 45 , April 2016, , Pages 7-24

    For understanding origin and grounds of Hegel’s Logic, in addition to Science of Logic as main source employed by interpretations, we need to analyze First Hegel’s logical Treatise in his Jena period. There is no interpretation of this treatise available in Farsi while the English ...  Read More

A Critique of the Temporal Analysis of Modal Propositions

ali akbar ahmadi afar majani

Volume 4, Issue 13 , April 2008, , Pages 7-27


  The central issue of this paper is the semantics of the modal propositions, with emphasis on the necessary and permanent propositions. First, the writer offers a short explanation of the modal propositions according to the traditional logic, then describes their temporal analysis, and finally, criticizes ...  Read More

Nietzsche's Philosophy or Nietzsche the Philosopher

ali karbasi zadeh

Volume 4, Issue 15 , October 2008, , Pages 7-23


  From the ancient time, Philosophy has been defined by philosophers in many different scopes. Nietzsche, who acknowledged himself as a "Philosopher", has offered a definition of philosophy too; however, his perception of philosophy is thoroughly different from the others, because he contemplated philosophy ...  Read More

Arguments for and against the Immortality and Eternity of Soul: A Critical Analysis

ghasem pour hasan

Volume 5, Issue 17 , April 2009, , Pages 7-30


  In philosophy of religion, the most important issue in the eternity of soul deals with the study and analysis of arguments for and against the substantiality of soul, eternity, and immortality. A group of philosophers tried to formulate the reasons and evidence for eternity through the substantiality ...  Read More

Thomas Aquinas and Philosophy

mohammad ilkhani

Volume 5, Issue 19 , October 2009, , Pages 7-26


  In describing Aquinas’s thought, some Thomists call it the prime example of Christian and eternal philosophy. For some others, he is a perfect theologian and they insist on the perfect harmony of reason and faith in his works. This article shows that it is not possible to call Aquinas’s thought ...  Read More

The Possibility of Wrong Ethical Judgment in Kant’s Ethical Theory

masoud seyf

Volume 5, Issue 20 , January 2010, , Pages 7-15


  The main question of this article is whether it is possible in Kant's ethical theory that an ethical agent commits mistake in recognizing a right ethical judgment or not. In order to reply to this question, first the place of wrong ethical judgment in Kant's ethical theory is considered. Then, by referring ...  Read More