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Wisdom and Philosophy is an open-access, double-blind, peer-reviewed journal published by Allameh Tabataba’i University, the leading university in Humanities and Social Sciences in Iran. wisdom and philosophy has been established to provide an intellectual platform for national and international researchers working Philosophy. The Journal was founded in as a response to quick advancements in philosophy and was dedicated to the publication of highest-quality research studies that report findings on issues of great concern to the profession of Philosophy.

To allow for easy and worldwide access to the most updated research findings, the journal is set to be an open-access journal. Yet, the journal does not charge any fee for reviewing, processing, and publishing research papers from the authors or from the research institutes and organizations. All the mentioned processes for paper publication are sponsored by Allameh Tabataba’i University Press.  

The journal is published in both a print version and an online version.

The Difference between "Understanding" and "Reason" in Kant's Terminology

Mohammad Shafii

Volume 4, Issue 15 , October 2008, , Pages 137-144


  While Kant presupposes the existence of science and ethic, he studies their boundaries and limits as well. For doing this, he applies two terms and expressions, i.e., “reason” and “understanding”. In this paper, we take a look at the definitions of those two concepts in Kant’s ...  Read More

The Standard Metre: Has It Anything to Do With The Contingent A Priori

mohammad saeed mehr

Volume 2, Issue 8 , January 2007, , Pages 33-47


  kripke bas proposed a number of counteretxamples to the classic thesis, which ays that the class of necmary fropositions roincidn with the cla1ss of a priori ones. These counteretxamples involve some necessary a posten'ori trutbs as well as contingent a priori ones. Om cfbis exmnplu far the loller is ...  Read More

Determinism versus Free Will in the Viewpoint of Allameh Tabataba’i

abdollah nasri

Volume 9, Issue 36 , January 2014, , Pages 71-82

  Determinism versus Free Will is one of the important concepts and an impediment in philosophy. Throughout history, philosophers of the East and West have had much reflection over this issue. Islamic philosophers have debated over determinism amidst the topics of affective qualities, the principle of ...  Read More

Trinal Methodological Approach toward Social Sciences and its Comparison with Allameh Tabataba’i’s Theory of Contingents

ali omidi

Volume 9, Issue 36 , January 2014, , Pages 99-118

  Occasionally, one can search for topics of modern philosophy in the works of Iran’s prominent philosophers. In a lenient segmentation, the humankind’s most important epistemological transformation can be divided into positivism, ultra-positivism and constructivism. Allameh Tabataba’i’s ...  Read More

"Art" and "Truth" in Adorno's Aesthetic Theory

noushin shahandeh; hussein ali nozari

Volume 9, Issue 35 , October 2013, , Pages 35-60

  Adorno's conception about the roles that art can play in various areas of human's life is absolutely different from the dogmatic thoughts of the traditional culture and philosophy. According to Adorno, the most important function of art consists in its "critical" approach and "redemptionary" character ...  Read More

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