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Research Paper
An Investigation of Mulla Sadra's Views on Realization of Intellectual Perception

huran akbar zadeh

Volume 8, Issue 30 , July 2012, Pages 7-24


  Unlike Avicenna and Sohrevardi, Mulla Sadra believes in the creativity of soul in sense and imaginal perceptions while at first glance he seems to hold different and even contradictory views on intellectual perception. His most significant views on intellectual perception fall into three categories: ...  Read More

Research Paper
Schleiermacher's View on Realization of Understanding

asghar vaezi; esmail ghaedi

Volume 8, Issue 30 , July 2012, Pages 25-40


  The modern hermeneutics era began with Schleiermacher's attempts to expand the scope of hermeneutics. He declared misunderstanding natural. While admitting its being customary and inevitable, he concluded that understanding is always an act of interpretation. In his view, every act of understanding involves ...  Read More

Research Paper
Husserl, Merleau-Ponty and the Concept of Body Sense

mohammad shokri

Volume 8, Issue 30 , July 2012, Pages 41-56


  Maurice Merleau-Ponty has undoubtedly made extensive use of Edmund Husserl's works, particularly Ideas and Cartesian Meditations in writing his book Phenomenology of Perception. However, the difference between Merleau-Ponty and Husserl's views comes to light as soon as his approach to Cartesian dualism ...  Read More

Research Paper
Neoplatonic Origins of Evil in Pseudo-Dionysius's View

amir nasri

Volume 8, Issue 30 , July 2012, Pages 57-68


  Pseudo-Dionysius's view on evil was influenced by Neoplatonic tradition. Like Neoplatonic philosophers, he believed evil to be the absence of good and of no actual existence as all creatures were good and shared this quality. In other words, things lacking good would have no existence at all. Accordingly, ...  Read More

Research Paper
A Comparative Study of Allameh Majlesi's and Allameh Tabataba'i's Views on the Nature and Functions of Reason

eynollah khademi; alireza arabi

Volume 8, Issue 30 , July 2012, Pages 69-92


  Bihar al-Anwar is the most important and comprehensive hadith collection compiled by the Shia scholar Allameh Majlesi, who represents the philosophical thought of transcendental hikmah or al-hikmah al-muta'aliyah at modern time. The annotations Allameh Tabataba'i made to this book are mainly criticisms ...  Read More

Research Paper
Religion and Rationality

mehdi dashti

Volume 8, Issue 30 , July 2012, Pages 92-102


  A lot has been said about religion and rationality and the possible conflict between them. Since the Renaissance, the West has claimed that they are involved in a constant conflict, the loser of which is religion and the winner is rationality whose era has begun. The present article is an attempt to ...  Read More

Research Paper
Kant's and Avicenna's Objective View of Time

ala turani; fatemeh delshad

Volume 8, Issue 30 , July 2012, Pages 103-114


  This paper seeks to demonstrate Kant's and Avicenna's belief in the objectivity of time. First, their views on the generalities are studied and the manner in which they are extracted from tangible and external issues explained. Second, their views on the objectivity and nature of time are explained. ...  Read More