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Volume 1 (2005)
Research Paper
Time and Modality in Avicennan Logic

lotfollah nabavi

Volume 2, Issue 6 , July 2006, Pages 61-84


  One ef the most important innovations in the history ef traditional logic is the Avicena's Theory ef Temporal Modalities (.ATM). Althottgh) the basic concepts and elements ef this theory are fottnded in Aristotelian and Stoic-lvlegarian !0 gic) but as a independent lo,gical system, are devised on/y fry ...  Read More

Research Paper
Silence as the Ultimate Fulfillment of the Philosophical Quest

Stephen Palmquist

Volume 2, Issue 6 , July 2006, Pages 85-94


  The surprising comment U7ittgenstein malees at the end of his Tractatus suggests that, even thot(f!,h the analysis of tuords is the proper method of doint philosopy, philosopf?fs ultimate aim mqy be to experience silence. Whereas I:Vit(!!,enstein never explains 1vhat he meant kY his C'l)'ptic conclusion, ...  Read More

Research Paper
Quantum Physics: A Case for Anti-Realism?

ali paya

Volume 2, Issue 6 , July 2006, Pages 93-154


  The aim of the present paper is to sbo» that anti-realism in science, 1vhich has a1;guab/y become more fashionable in recentyears, contrary to tuha: its proponents assert, cannot make use of quantum mechanics and its impressiue achievements as a frump card in justifying its claims. I will argue ...  Read More