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Research Paper
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

Research Paper
The Beginning of Philosophy from the Viewpoint of Later Wittgenstein and Hegel

mohammad meshkat

Volume 9, Issue 34 , July 2013, Pages 21-62

  This is a comparative investigation of the views held by two philosophers (one practicing analytic philosophy and the other German idealism) regarding the foundation and beginning of philosophy. However, the article mainly addresses later Wittgenstein’s. The fact that Hegel and later Wittgenstein ...  Read More

Research Paper
Apophatic and Kataphatic Theology from the Viewpoint of Eckhart

seyyed zia-adin hosseini; seyyed hamid talebzadeh

Volume 9, Issue 34 , July 2013, Pages 63-80

  Any discussion of apophatic and kataphatic theologies as two opposite trends which have, throughout the history of philosophical though on God, attracted great thinkers, sheds light on one of the most important aspects of God-human epistemological relation. The present paper investigates Meister Eckhart’s ...  Read More

Research Paper
Theosophical Principals of Religious Knowledge from the Viewpoint of Seyyed Muhammad Naquib al-Attas

abd al hussein khosrowpanah

Volume 9, Issue 34 , July 2013, Pages 81-102

  As a remarkable achievement of Islamic philosophy, the theory of religious knowledge has had its opponents and proponents since its conception. Seyyed Muhammad Naquib al-Attas is one of the proponents and theoreticians of Islamization of knowledge. He, first, adapted philosophy and worldview to the Quran, ...  Read More

Research Paper
Rumi’s and al-Ghazali’s Approach to Hermenutic

batoul vaez; roqayyeh kardel ilvari

Volume 9, Issue 34 , July 2013, Pages 103-124

  This article seeks to study Rumi’s and al-Ghazali’s approaches to ta’wil (text interpretation). First, literal and figurative meanings of ta’wil are explained, and its manifestations in the Holy Quran are investigated. Then, its rules, characteristics of interpreter, legitimate ...  Read More

Research Paper
Political Implications of Plotinus’s Philosophy

shervin moghimi zanjani; hatam qaderi

Volume 9, Issue 34 , July 2013, Pages 125-146

  Interpreters of classical philosophy, especially those concentrating on the philosophy of Plotinus, mostly believe that he, in contrast with Plato who laid the foundations of political philosophy, was not concerned with politics and the introduction of an efficient political system as the basis for the ...  Read More

Research Paper
Early and Later Husserl: A Study of the Development of Husserl’s Thought on Philosophy of Language

maziyar chitsaz; seyyed muhammad ali hojjati; ali akbar ahmadi aframjani; lotfollah nabavi

Volume 9, Issue 34 , July 2013, Pages 147-161

  Husserl’s thought on philosophy of language and meaning can be divided at least into two distinct eras. In the first era (sometimes called Platonic realism), Husserl held views similar to those of Frege who believed meaning to be an ideal type. In the second era, his views took a transcendental ...  Read More