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Volume 12 (2016)
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Volume 3 (2007)
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Research Paper
Henry Corbin: from Heidegger to Mullâ Sadrâ Hermeneutics and the Unique Quest of Being

reza akbarian; amili novo egliza

Volume 4, Issue 14 , July 2008, Pages 111-136


  The fact that Corbin left the realm of Western philosophy to devote himself to Islamic philosophy and Iranian theosophers has usually been considered as a radical "rupture" in Corbin's philosophical thought. This article aims at showing that in reality, there is no contradiction but rather a deep continuity ...  Read More

Research Paper
What is a Disposition?

amir ehsan karbasi zadeh

Volume 4, Issue 14 , July 2008, Pages 91-110


  Attempts to capture the distinction between categorical and dispositional states in terms of more primitive modal notions – subjunctive conditionals, causal roles, or combinatorial principles – are bound to fail. Such failure is ensured by a deep symmetry in the ways dispositional and categorical ...  Read More

Research Paper
The Golden Rule Principle in an African Ethics and Kant’s Categorical Imperative: A Comparative Study on the Foundation of Morality

gadvin aznabour

Volume 4, Issue 14 , July 2008, Pages 79-90


  This research attempts to throw light on and show the fundamental similarities and differences between an African and Western ethical conceptions by examining the foundation of ethics and morality in the two systems, using the Golden rule principle in an African ethics and Kant’s categorical imperative ...  Read More

Research Paper
Transcendental Dialectic and Sadrian Ontology

hoseyn kalbasi ashtari

Volume 4, Issue 14 , July 2008, Pages 61-78


  In the present article, the author tries to comparatively study capacities of two Asian and European philosophical systems concerning a particular issue- i.e. the faculty of reason-; and, in this way, to contemplate the possibility of a dialogue among philosophical traditions as an inexorable priority ...  Read More

Research Paper
How Best to Make Sense of Science?

ali paya

Volume 4, Issue 14 , July 2008, Pages 60-31


  The issue of developing a rational framework for not only assessing scientific theories but also providing effective guidelines for satisfactory progress of science lies at the heart of modern methodological debates in the field of philosophy of science. During the past few decades, realists and anti-realists ...  Read More

Research Paper
A Revision in the Language of Religion by Symbolic Interpretation

hassan jafari

Volume 4, Issue 14 , July 2008, Pages 23-30


  Philosophy of religion is an intellectual and logical interpretation of religious experience and language. It merges in philosophy so far as its philosophical thinking about religion is concerned. Philosophical thought is always rational and very deeply intellectual. It is a rational analysis of religious ...  Read More