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Research Paper
Does the Rational Justification of Belief in God require Natural Theology?

abbas yazdani

Volume 7, Issue 28 , January 2012, Pages 141-154


  Does belief in God require the arguments of natural theology to be rationally justified? Some Reformed epistemologists hold that the arguments of natural theology are not necessary for belief in God to be warrant. Moreover, in responding to the question of whether the arguments of natural theology can ...  Read More

Research Paper
A Study on Mullā Sadrā’s innovations inpractical philosophy (Hikmat-e Amali) and its consequences in man’s status

reza akbarian; mohsen emami na'ini

Volume 7, Issue 28 , January 2012, Pages 116-140


  In this article, Mullā Sadrā’s theories on practical philosophy are compared with those of Aristotle, Al-Fārābī, Ibn Sīnā, and Suhrawardī, revealing Mulla Sadrā’s radical innovations in the matter in respects to their widely revered views. Muslim philosophers such as Al-Farabi and, ...  Read More

Research Paper
Knowledge and Reality in the Vedanta School with emphasis on Shankara’s Views

ali naghi bagher shahi

Volume 7, Issue 28 , January 2012, Pages 99-115


  Of all the Vedantic school, that of Shankara has the most importance and allocates the largest amount of literature in the form of commentaries and treaties to itself, so that it would not be inappropriate to call Shankara the most influential Indian philosopher. This article is an attempt to shed some ...  Read More

Research Paper
Spiritual Health in Rene Descartes' and Allameh Tabatabaei's Views

tahmatollah mousavi moghaddam; amir abbas alizamani

Volume 7, Issue 28 , January 2012, Pages 77-98


  A comparative discussion on "Spiritual Health", as one of the most imperative health fundamentals has been initiated. This concept has recently been added to the previous health constituents including physical, psychological and social aspects by the World Health Organization. This paper considers views ...  Read More

Research Paper
Comparison Symbolism of Light and Darkness on Mystical Vision between Kobrāwīyids and Eastern Christianity

nader mohammad zadeh

Volume 7, Issue 28 , January 2012, Pages 59-46


  In this research, ‘vision’ in Kobrāwīyids and Orthodox Christian mysticism is studied comparatively. Most of the mystics of both ways have experienced God as light, but some of them have experienced God in darkness or black light symbol. They asserted God’s incomprehensible presence ...  Read More

Research Paper
What’s wrong with Irrefutability and Defeasibility Proposals to Gettier Problems?

mohammad ali abbasian

Volume 7, Issue 28 , January 2012, Pages 43-58


  Gettier problems are cases, or examples, which appear to run counter JTB analyses of knowledge as justified true belief. According to JTB theory of knowledge, S knows p, only if: a) The proposition p in true; b) S believes that p; c) S is justified in his belief that p. Gettier problems state that the ...  Read More

Research Paper
Comparative Analysis of Marx and Shakespeare’s Views

nasrollah emami; mohammadreza kamali baniani

Volume 7, Issue 28 , January 2012, Pages 19-42


  Marxist thinking about culture has paved the way for much research and teaching in university departments of Literature and played a crucial role in the development of recent theoretical works. Feminism, New Historicism, cultural materialism, Postcolonial theory, and queer theory all draw upon ideas ...  Read More