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Research Paper
A Study of Beall and Restall's Logical Pluralism

Seyed Ali Kalantari; amir karbasizadeh

Volume 15, Issue 58 , July 2019, Pages 7-28


  In this paper we will consider the idea of logical pluralism with emphasis on Beall and Restall's (2006) account of pluralism. We begin by specification of logical exclusivism, logical relativism and different accounts of logical pluralism and their difference with Beall and Restall's account of logical ...  Read More

Research Paper
The “Other” According to Ibn Al-Arabi

hamedeh rastaei jahromi; Aliasghar Mosleh

Volume 15, Issue 58 , July 2019, Pages 29-46


  Although the matter of the “Other” have not been considered by Muslim scholars as an independent issue, there is capacity to discuss the matter in all schools of thought in the Islamic world, especially that of mysticism. For this reason, one can examine the “other” in the works ...  Read More

Research Paper
From Theory to Reality: Kant’s Autonomous vs. Levinas’s Heteronomous Ethics

Azam mohseni; ali fathtaheri

Volume 15, Issue 58 , July 2019, Pages 47-73


  Kant and Levinas’s point of departure in their works was the criticism of the Western tradition. The former proceeded to criticize a tradition that gives credit to object versus subject which ultimately leads to the spread of skepticism in epistemology and ethics. By referring to the Copernican ...  Read More

Research Paper
About "Provisional" in Descartes' Provisional Morality and a Critical Review of Some Contemporary Readings

Mahdi Behniafar

Volume 15, Issue 58 , July 2019, Pages 75-105


  This essay deals with Descartes' Provisional Morality and some of its epistemic requirements. Here, we shall introduce two rival readings of these principles, one of which does not give a plausible position to these principles and does not consider them to be an essential part of Descartes's system, ...  Read More

Research Paper
A Study of the Empty Formalism Critique of Kantian Ethics

Mahdi Mohammadi asl; Ali Akbar Ahmadi Aframjani

Volume 15, Issue 58 , July 2019, Pages 107-137


  Hegel reads Kant's three critiques, that of the Critique of Pure reason, Practical Reason, and Judgment with a critical approach. The critique called "empty formalism", in different forms, is present in Hegel's works, from youth till death, thus sometimes is hidden in others critiques and sometimes is ...  Read More

Research Paper
The Study of Spirituality as an Existential Transcendence based on Jaspers' Existential Approach

Mohammad Hossein Kiani

Volume 15, Issue 58 , July 2019, Pages 139-159


  This article tries to answer the question that if spirituality is an existential transcendence, how can one clarify the anthropological approach as the basis of spirituality based on the philosophy of Jaspers? The author, by presenting an existential presentation of spirituality, shows that the four ...  Read More

Research Paper
Absolute as Self-thinking Nous: A Critical Reflection on Hegel’s Interpretation of Aristotle’s Pure Actuality

Mustafa Zali

Volume 15, Issue 58 , July 2019, Pages 161-189


  One of the most controversial debates on Hegel’s Philosophy is the question of ancient or modern aspects of his philosophical system. On the one hand, focusing on Kantian dimension of Hegel’s Philosophy, some Hegel scholars have regarded his project as the completion and radicalization of ...  Read More

Research Paper
Pragmatics in Epistemology: Analyzing Pragmatic Encroachment vs. Epistemic Purism

zeinab salari; Ebrahim Azadegan

Volume 15, Issue 58 , July 2019, Pages 191-217


  Epistemological orthodoxy is a purist one in the sense that it permits only truth-related factors to be relevant to whether or not true belief amounts to knowledge. Contrary to this orthodoxy, ‘Pragmatic Encroachment’ argues that embracing fallibilism we must concede that in addition to truth-related ...  Read More