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Research Paper
Transition Across the Incalculable Abyss between the Domain of Nature and the Domain of Morality; the Meaning of such Transition and its Realization in Kant’s Aesthetics

Ali Akbar Ahmadi Afarmejani; Abdollah Salarvand

Volume 15, Issue 59 , September 2019, Pages 7-31


  In the first Critique, Kant delineated the principles of metaphysics of nature and in the second Critique, those of metaphysics of morality. Since these two kinds of principles were essentially distinguished, there appeared an absolute gap between nature and morality, which Kant called abyss or gulf ...  Read More

Research Paper
The Functions of Transcendental Ego in Kant's Epistemology

null null; behzad hassanpour

Volume 15, Issue 59 , September 2019, Pages 33-61


  Kant's transcendental ego is the absolute and final subject which constitutes the logical foundation of knowledge and experience. It is completely subjective, and as the most necessary and fundamental element in Kant's epistemology is involved in any judgment, intuition, imagination, synthesis, and category ...  Read More

Research Paper
Explaining the Unity of Objects, Including Human Beings, Based on Aquins’s Hylomorphism; the First Interpretation: Properties as Powers

Mehdi Amiriyan

Volume 15, Issue 59 , September 2019, Pages 63-83


  Relying on the teachings of Aquinas, Oderberg as one of the analytic hylomorphists ascribes the unity of an object to form. His view is that if form is responcible for unity, it should be a simple entity not a composite one. In this article, we have shown that although one can find this view tenable, ...  Read More

Research Paper
The Origin of Philosophical Necessity in Allameh Tabataba'i and Mulla Sadra's Thought

Morteza Pouyan

Volume 15, Issue 59 , September 2019, Pages 85-108


  There is no doubt that both Mulla Sadra and Allame believe that philosophical necessity holds in external world; they begin their philosophy by necessity as well. Necessity is actually the origin and basis of all beings and truths in external world, one can even argue that it is the same as the objectivity ...  Read More

Research Paper
Analysis of Lewis's View on the Differentiation Causal Relationships from Non Causal Relation

maryam Heydari; Hamidreza Ayatollahi

Volume 15, Issue 59 , September 2019, Pages 109-135


  Although the problems concerning natural causality, particularly the problem of the difference between causally-driven relations and non-causally-driven relations, are one of the most controversial problems discussed frequently by contemporary physicists and philosophers. However, Islamic thinkers have ...  Read More

Research Paper
Investigation of some Principles and Dimensions of Josiah Royce's Idealistic Theology

Ali Sanaee

Volume 15, Issue 59 , September 2019, Pages 137-164


  In this article, by referring to the foundations of Royce's thought, his theology is explained and analyzed. Influenced, on the one hand, by personal idealism, Royce construes man as a part of cosmic process that achieves the goals of living and objective truth (God), and on the other hand, points out ...  Read More

Research Paper
Wittgenstein’s “Phenomenological Language”; Its Nature, Origin, and Why Did he introduce and Relinquish it

Hassan Arab; Hosein Valeh

Volume 15, Issue 59 , September 2019, Pages 165-193


  In 1928, Wittgenstein took on a project for a short time which he himself called “phenomenological language”. Discovering some flaws in Tractatus as a whole (including the problem of color-incompatibility), he begin to think of a new symbolism and thereby to remedy the flaws. However, after ...  Read More

Research Paper
A Study of Immortality of the Soul and its Relation to Happiness in Spinoza; Compared to the View of Mulla Sadra

mahdi ganjvar

Volume 15, Issue 59 , September 2019, Pages 195-230


  The problem of "immortality" - as an innate thing - can be studied from various aspects: revelatory, mystical, intellectual and philosophical. In this paper, Spinoza's conception of soul and immortality is critically analyzed while drawing on the principles of transcendental Philosophy. Spinoza, like ...  Read More

Research Paper
The Epistemological Principles of Love in Plato and Rumi, According to the Dialogues of Symposium, Phaedrus Theaetetus and Divan-i Shams

rohollah hadi; zahra mostafid; seyyed mohammadreza hoseini beheshti

Volume 15, Issue 59 , September 2019, Pages 231-272


  Love is a common theme of philosophy and mysticism. In Plato's view and in Rumi's considerations on love as well, love is known to be a source of divine intellect, all-perceiving power. In this paper, we compare the two views and highlight the similarities between them. In the genealogy of Rumi's thought ...  Read More

Research Paper
The Relation of Historiography and the Problem of Referent in Photography in Roland Barthes

masoome mirsaeedi; malek Hosseini; Shahla Eslami

Volume 15, Issue 59 , September 2019, Pages 273-296


  It seems that objective historiography and the question of the real referent in photography do not have a clear relation, as can be seen in most of the contemporary essays on the relation between history and photography which are based on new definitions of representational capacity of photography and ...  Read More