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Research Paper
Self-appropriating Interpretation of Nicomachean Ethics as a Guide for Young Heidegger’s Phenomenological Hermeneutics

Seyyed Jamal Same; Mohammad Javad Safian

Volume 15, Issue 57 , April 2019, Pages 7-31


  Aristotle is one of the philosophers who have influenced young Heidegger’s thoughts. The purpose of the present paper is to clarify certain aspects of this influence. During the years 1922–1926, Heidegger ponders deeply on Aristotle’s Philosophy. Among Aristotle’s works, Nicomachean ...  Read More

Research Paper
Davidson, Habermas, and the Idea of Intersubjectivity

Mohammadreza Esmkhani

Volume 15, Issue 57 , April 2019, Pages 33-60


  One of the main issues in explaining the phenomenon of diversity of religions in the world is the issue of religions ranking; i.e. the question of whether religions are essentially comparable or not! And if it is comparable, what is the criterion and criterion of this comparison? It seems that the border ...  Read More

Research Paper
Evaluating Ibn Sina's View Regarding Intentionality of the Future and the Past

mahdi assadi

Volume 15, Issue 57 , April 2019, Pages 61-90


  The present paper evaluates Ibn Sina's view about the intentionality and the truth of declaration in the case of the future and the past, the object of which is nonexistent. The paper strives to demonstrate that there is a close relationship between the well-known intentionality and the truth of the ...  Read More

Research Paper
Measuring the Relation between Wittgenstein's Early and Later Thought with the Epistemological Schema of Subjectivism

amir samsami; jahangir masoodi

Volume 15, Issue 57 , April 2019, Pages 91-116


  Subjectivism as an epistemological schema is a fundamental element of modern thought. This schema was based on the Cartesian cogito and considering human as the “thinking substance”, and with Kant’s transcendental Philosophy and granting human a self-grounded role in the act of cognition, ...  Read More

Research Paper
Negative Reason and Anti-reason: Popper’s Critical Rationalism and Derrida’s Deconstruction

Mehdi khabbazi kenari

Volume 15, Issue 57 , April 2019, Pages 117-140


  Popper and Derrida are two influential philosophers of different schools of thought in the second half of the twentieth century. In terms of epistemology, Popper belongs to the critical rationalism school and Derrida to the deconstruction approach. Both of them intend to question any philosophical, social, ...  Read More

Research Paper
Comparative Study of Concept of First and Second Perfection in Aristotle and Avicenna

Hasan Abasi Hosain Abadi

Volume 15, Issue 57 , April 2019, Pages 141-164


  The discussion of perfection is of different natures in the ideas of Aristotle and Avicenna. Both have divided perfection into first perfection and second perfection. What is the difference between the two? What are the meanings of each of these concepts and what is the domain of their usage? Has Avicenna ...  Read More

Research Paper
Negativity and the Critique of Tradition through Mystical Tradition

monireh taliehbakhsh; gholamhossein gholamhosseinzadeh; Alireza Nikouei; mehdi moinzadeh

Volume 15, Issue 57 , April 2019, Pages 165-194


  The first trace of the critique of objective truth and the “present-at-hand” tradition can be found in Sufism and Mysticism. Mystics emphasize the outstanding role of uncovering and intuition which implies the desire to leave mediators in order to achieve the truth and reflects their creative ...  Read More

Research Paper
Later Wittgenstein's Critical Method

Ahmad Sharafshahi; Ali Akbar Ahmadi Aframjani

Volume 15, Issue 57 , April 2019, Pages 195-222


  Wittgenstein in his later Philosophy, as in his early Philosophy, reiterates that philosophical method or activity is a critical activity although he develops it method in his later Philosophy. In some fragments of Philosophical Investigations, he calls this method therapeutic, in which, the philosopher ...  Read More