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Twofoldness repairing of philosophy of physics relying on Popper's falsificationism

mohammad mehdi hatami; mehdi dehbashi

Volume 10, Issue 40 , January 2015, Pages 7-36

  Philosophical conclusions from Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics including the rejection of realism, negation of causality and Lack of determination on nuclear or atomic events and etc, lead to a gap or twofoldness between classical and Quantum physics. In this article, we will show this ...  Read More

Some Criteria for scientific writing according to (understanding, translation and) analyzing of a World effective article“Modernity, An Unfinished/Incomplete Project

hamidreza rahmani zadeh dehkordi

Volume 10, Issue 40 , January 2015, Pages 37-62

  “Modernity; unfinished project” has been one of the most effective articles of the world during the recent three decades and it has been the source of controversis in many different fields of though. But the main question is: Why this paper is so important? And what lessons can be learned ...  Read More

Comparison of the votes of Hassan Hanafi and Mohammed Arkoun about the causes of decline of Muslims and emancipation way of it

amir roshan; farzad azarkamand

Volume 10, Issue 40 , January 2015, Pages 63-82

  This article is a comparative study between the ideas of Hassan Hanafi, and Mohammed Arkoun. Hanafi is including Islamic innovators who criticizes Islamic tradition and Western civilization for liberation Muslims of The degeneration and also provide a solution for the future of Islamic societies. He ...  Read More

Introduction to thinking of East and West in Heidegger's thought

seyyed masoud zamani

Volume 10, Issue 40 , January 2015, Pages 83-98

  After Being and Time, Heidegger always connects his principal philosophical terms such as Dasein, metaphysics and nihilism, etc. to words like “european’’, “western’’ and “West’’. In this way, he turns his philosophical termes into a discourse about ...  Read More

The position of feeling and imagination in the thought of Descartes

azizeh zirak baroqi; Seyyed Mustafa Shahrāeeni

Volume 10, Issue 40 , January 2015, Pages 99-116

  Feeling and Imagination are very important in the thought of Descartes. Descartes categorizes or classified feeling and imagination as state of consciousness under the modes of the thinking thing, without having any relation to external objects. Then, in Sixth Meditation, he Seeks help from these two ...  Read More

Everyone is infallible on consciousness of himself’’ An analysis and critique of the Locke's Cartesian explanation for mentioned belief and offer an alternative explanation based on the doctrine

Mehdi Soleimani Khormoji; Mohammad Kazem Elmi Sola

Volume 10, Issue 40 , January 2015, Pages 117-144

  We believe that everyone consciousness from himself is infallible while human consciousness from other things or even consciousness of other people to him is not infallible. How can explain this asymmetry? The most common response is usually based on the Locke's Cartesian explanation. Initially, we reduce ...  Read More

The Explanation of Augustine's Illumination Theory Based on Gilson’s interpretation

Zahra Mahmood Kelaye; Reza Akbarian; Mohammad Saeidi Mehr; reza akbari

Volume 10, Issue 40 , January 2015, Pages 145-162

  There is a basic subject about how do human achieve to common and proved facts that Augustine has faced withal in his epistemological topics. He explained the problem by using Illumination theory. His equivocal phrases in explaining the meaning and content of illumination mainly makes faces addressee ...  Read More