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Research Paper
Mullah Sadrā on Causation

ali fath taheri

Volume 8, Issue 32 , January 2013, Pages 103-114


  The issue of causation is one of the most important philosophical issues, so that without having a good understanding of this concept, it is impossible to understand the world. Any kind of discussion, speaking, and experience, or any human action is based on some kind of understanding of the concept ...  Read More

Research Paper
Time: Avicenna, Aristotle; Two Perspectives or One?

zohreh abd khodai; hoseyn kalbasi ashtari

Volume 8, Issue 32 , January 2013, Pages 89-102


  The concept of time, its existence, ontology, and epistemology are considered as a pivotal philosophical issue from the ancient Greek time up to now. Aristotle explicitly deals with this subject. His notion of time can be also seen in Avicenna’s writings. This point have arisen many questions and ...  Read More

Research Paper
Nature of Art in Fārābī’s Thought

nadia maftouni

Volume 8, Issue 32 , January 2013, Pages 81-88


  Fārābī discusses art in two levels: art as it is, and art as it should be or the utopian art. Considering art as it is includes desirable and undesirable arts. But the utopian art or art as the working of the utopian artist consists only of desirable ones. When describing the desirable art, Fārābī ...  Read More

Research Paper
The Impact of Greece’s Political and Social Conditions (Fifth Century B.C.) on Plato’s Political Thought

mohammad akvan; majid pir hadi

Volume 8, Issue 32 , January 2013, Pages 61-80


  Plato is the first philosopher who states his political views in a sound philosophical system. The testimony to this statement is his two important works, i.e. Republic (Politeia) and Laws (Nomoi) in which one can trace his political views. Plato’s political writings indicate that his life as a ...  Read More

Research Paper
An Analytical Approach to the Concept of Badā in Islam

javad taheri; hedayat alavi tabar

Volume 8, Issue 32 , January 2013, Pages 45-60


  The rationally and theologically analyzed meaning of Badā, as one of the most fundamental theological doctrines of the Imamites (Twelver Shiism), is not heretical but is compatible with Intellect and Narrations. The Sunnites disapprove Badā in their narrative and theological works and regard it as ...  Read More

Research Paper
Humanization of Certainty in the Philosophical Modernity

ghodratollah ghorbani

Volume 8, Issue 32 , January 2013, Pages 23-44


  The importance of modernity is because of man's place as the axis of all beings and existents like God and the World, and they get their meaning and validity in the light of him. Although man has reason and freedom and he is the noble master of all creatures, in the meanwhile, he has many defects in ...  Read More

Research Paper
An Introduction to the Constitution of Polis through Religion(Politeia 327A-328B)

mostafa younesi

Volume 8, Issue 32 , January 2013, Pages 15-22


  As a rule, the introduction of scripts usually contains basic hints that through forthcoming lines will be explored and developed in more detail. The same is true about the introduction of Plato’s Politeia or Republic Book One. The mentioned dialogue is about the constitution of polis in philosophical ...  Read More