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Realistic Epistemology of "osule falsafehe a ravesh realism" and some Radical Problem on that

masoud omid

Volume 3, Issue 12 , January 2008, Pages 9-21


  Although "osule falsafeh va raveshe ralism" is a fluent a flowing book but it is very pithy too. This article believes that the book opposes the natural direction and framework of mind. Because it against the innatism. But, on the other hand, by reading it again, we know that the theory of realistic ...  Read More

Research Paper
Wittgenstein's "Remarks on Frazer's Golden Bough" (Religious praxis and its formation)

atieh zandieh

Volume 3, Issue 12 , January 2008, Pages 23-44


  One of Wittgenstein's concerns throughout his life was religion. He was involved in the language of religious "belief" more than anything, but by Frazer's Golden Bough he was encouraged in addition to the religious belief, to speak out about the religious practice as well. Wittgenstein in responding ...  Read More

Research Paper
The Relation of Rawls' A Theory of Justice to Hegel's Philosophy of Right

meysam sefid khosh; yousef shaghol

Volume 3, Issue 12 , January 2008, Pages 45-64


  John Rawls has delineated his "A theory of Justice" fundamentally in contrast with the utilitarianism, because he thinks that utilitarianism is ready to sacrifice the freedom and justice for the common people's utility and happiness. To present a theory which could be far from any vitiations of utilitarianism ...  Read More

Research Paper
A Critical Review of Ashāirah's Intellectual Proof on the Seeing of God

nosratollah hekmat

Volume 3, Issue 12 , January 2008, Pages 65-76


  One of the important eschatological events in Islamic theology is the seeing of God, which requires numerous controversial debates. Arguing with the rational and traditional proofs, Ashāirah believe in the seeing of God with the eye of the head. The logical argumentation, which innovated by abu'l-Hassan ...  Read More

Research Paper
Derrida and Mowlavi on Philosophers' Reason

amer gheyturi; hamid taheri; jafar mirzaee

Volume 3, Issue 12 , January 2008, Pages 77-92


  This article aims to bring the French philosopher Jacques Derrida into conversation with the Persian mystic poet Mowlavi. What might link the two thinkers is their critical approach toward philosophers' claim as to the authority of reason upon the truth. According to both, reason should acknowledge its ...  Read More

Research Paper
Plantinga and the Logical Problem of Evil

hasan miandari

Volume 3, Issue 12 , January 2008, Pages 1-18


  The "logical problem of evil" is one kind of the "problem of evil." It is claimed that there is a logical inconsistency between belief in the existence of an omniscient, omnipotent, and wholly good God and belief in the existence of evil. Alvin Plantinga argued by his "free will defense" that they are ...  Read More

Research Paper
Faith, Hope and Doubt

luis pojhan

Volume 3, Issue 12 , January 2008, Pages 19-40


  For many religious people there is a problem of doubting various creedal statements contained in their religions. Often propositional beliefs are looked upon as a necessary, though not sufficient, condition, for salvation. This causes great anxiety in doubters and raises the question of the importance ...  Read More