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Research Paper
Van Inwagen's Modal Skepticism and The Scope of Modal knowledge

Masoud Zia Ali Nasab Pour

Volume 14, Issue 54 , July 2018, Pages 7-34

https://doi.org/10.22054/wph.2018.9162

Abstract
  There is a famous idea in modal epistemology according to which conceivability of a proposition is a good guide for its possibility. Yablo (1993) persents a model for justification of modal beliefs, based on which Conceivability of a proposition is evidence for its possibility. Van Inwagen (1998) believes ...  Read More

Research Paper
Heidegger and Gadamer: Two Approaches to the Concept of Truth in Plato

Seyyed Masoud Hosseyni Toushmanlouei; Seyyed Mohammad Reza Beheshti

Volume 14, Issue 54 , July 2018, Pages 35-68

https://doi.org/10.22054/wph.2018.9163

Abstract
  The ‘truth’ in Martin Heidegger’s philosophy is a fundamental theme. From the very beginning of his intellectual career, Heidegger attempted to give a more fundamental notion of truth, and during his philosophical activity he took various steps in this regard. However, he never ceased ...  Read More

Research Paper
Corbin's Phenomenological Approach to Comparative Philosophy of Art”

seyed rahman mortazavi; Amir Nasri

Volume 14, Issue 54 , July 2018, Pages 69-89

https://doi.org/10.22054/wph.2018.9165

Abstract
  This paper is about Corbin's investigations in aesthetics. These investigations are a part of his universal project named "comparative theology". Corbin's comparative aesthetics is founded on his perception of phenomenology; the one he calls "tawil". So in a successful comparative effort, all phenomena ...  Read More

Research Paper
A Critical Review of Theological Arguments in Defence of Methodological Naturalism

Zahra Zargar; Ebrahim Azadegan; Lotfollah Nabavi

Volume 14, Issue 54 , July 2018, Pages 91-120

https://doi.org/10.22054/wph.2018.9166

Abstract
  Inconsistency of methodological naturalism and religious beliefs has been the most important reason for theists to oppose methodological naturalism. But some philosophers defend methodological naturalism based on their theological dispositions. They believe that theological motivations can lead to a ...  Read More

Research Paper
Necessity in the Thought of Avicenna

milad omrani; Fereshteh Nabati

Volume 14, Issue 54 , July 2018, Pages 122-148

https://doi.org/10.22054/wph.2018.9167

Abstract
  To Avicenna, the relation between the subject and the predicate is of three kinds: possibility, necessity, and impossibility. Impossibility is the same as necessary non-existence. The word ‘modal’ in modal logic refers to these three. Avicenna has dealt with different types of modal propositions ...  Read More

Research Paper
Intercultural Philosophy in Accordance With Herders' Philosophy of Culture

Mohammad Meshkat; Ali Asghar Mosleh

Volume 14, Issue 54 , July 2018, Pages 150-179

https://doi.org/10.22054/wph.2018.9168

Abstract
  Can Herder's philosophy of culture be a model for what is now called intercultural philosophy? Following the list of the components of intercultural philosophy from the standpoint of Ram and the Wimer in one case, Herder's thoughts about the plurality of cultures and critique of the Enlightenment 's ...  Read More

Research Paper
Sadra's Attitude to Benjamin Leib's Experiments on Conscious Will

Mohammad Hosseinzadeh

Volume 14, Issue 54 , July 2018, Pages 180-207

https://doi.org/10.22054/wph.2018.9169

Abstract
  One of the new challenges to ‘free will’, based on new sciences, is the experiment that Benjamin Libet did about the brain’s processes that lead to human will. In this experiment he concluded that it is not so that humans initially will, and then the brain will work and execute the ...  Read More

Research Paper
Heraclitus on “God” and “One”

said binayemotlagh

Volume 14, Issue 54 , July 2018, Pages 208-222

https://doi.org/10.22054/wph.2018.9170

Abstract
  Heraclitus is widely held to believe in Becaming (universal Flux, Motion, so to speak): whereas Parmenides in Stability (Rest, to use Platonic terminology). If it really were so, how then could we explain the eternal caracter of Heraclitian Logos or the emergence (genesis) of beings as Parmenides describes ...  Read More

Research Paper
Impact of Mulla Sadra’s Philosophical Views on His Moral School

s. mohammad hossain mirdamadi; Ali Arshad Riahi

Volume 14, Issue 54 , July 2018, Pages 224-242

https://doi.org/10.22054/wph.2018.9171

Abstract
  The views of Mulla Sadra have affected man’s being as well as his moral school. The relation between man’s fate and morality as well as the effect of self-purification, which is a moral necessity, is clearly explained by the divine teachings in Mulla Sadra intellectual system. Principally, ...  Read More