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Research Paper
Nikolay Berdyayev's Philosophical Attitude: Epitemoligy, Metaphysics, and Ethics

mohsen javadi; hamid bakhshandeh

Volume 7, Issue 25 , April 2011, Pages 7-32


  Nikolay Berdyayev, the Russian religious and political philosopher, observed three revoloutions in Russia and two world wars in his life. After 1917 revoloution in Russia, he was a distinguished professor of philosophy in the state university of Moskow for a short time. But, his criticisms about bolshevics' ...  Read More

Research Paper
Professor Mahdi Haeri Yazdi's Analysis of Imperative Statement

abdollah nasri

Volume 7, Issue 25 , April 2011, Pages 33-50


  In moral science, we deal with normative statements (ought and ought not). The analysis of these kinds of statements is one of the most crucial tasks in ethics: To which category of philosophical notions do these statements belong? Whether or not they belong to primitive intelligibles, secondary intelligibles, ...  Read More

Research Paper
The Concept of Language in Rorty's Thought

mohammad asghari; nabiollah soleymani

Volume 7, Issue 25 , April 2011, Pages 51-66


  According to Rorty's reading of the analytic philosophy, the language acts as a media for reflecting external facts, and this view involves accepting a kind of a priori and mind-independent reality. However, Rorty holds that the language is not a mirror for representation of metalingustic facts, but ...  Read More

Research Paper
A Rejection of Ethical Error Theory based on Evolutionary Explanation of Ethics

hasan miandari

Volume 7, Issue 25 , April 2011, Pages 67-86


  Error theory in modern ethics is known by the name of John Mackie. According to him, all moral claims are false. Since 1970s, there has been a great deal of research to explain human ethics by biological evolutionary theory. Michael Ruse uses evolutionary explanation of ethics to found his version of ...  Read More

Research Paper
A Look on the Evolution of Theological Approaches to the Christian Trinity Terminology

reza soleyman heshmat; javad taheri

Volume 7, Issue 25 , April 2011, Pages 87-108


  In a loose sense of the word, the doctrine of “Trinity” can be seen as the most important doctrine in the Christian theology. The generation of many controversies concerning trinity from the beginning of Christianity, holding the different councils of the church, flourishing of a movement ...  Read More

Research Paper
Relationship between State and Religion in Hegel’s Philosophical System

hasan mehrnia

Volume 7, Issue 25 , April 2011, Pages 109-136


  Religion and State from the beginning of world's history were two important issues which have occupied human mind. For a long time, there has been a dispute about the relationship between them. In this quarrel, we can find three main views: isotropy, divergence, and ascendancy of one of them to the other. ...  Read More

Research Paper
Playfulness of Understanding in Wittgenstein's and Gadamer's Views

mohammad ra'yat jahromi

Volume 7, Issue 25 , April 2011, Pages 137-151


  Wittgenstein and Gadamer, in some sense, are the last links of the two philosophical effective schools, namely the Analytical and the Continental philosophy; two traditions which seems somehow divergent. This paper rejects this divergence and intends to open the door of intercommunity of them by the ...  Read More