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Research Paper
The Phenomenology and “The Anthropological Ban” on the Legitimacy of a Phenomenological Anthropology

Ehsan Karimi Torshizi; Ahmad Ali Heidari

Volume 16, Issue 62 , July 2020, Pages 7-33


  In early 20th century, a widespread tendency toward a philosophical anthropology was dominant over the intellectual space in Germany, and it was so deep and extensive in its influence that phenomenology had to react and take a stance against it. This initial stance appeared be an essential conflict of ...  Read More

Research Paper
Hegel's Reading of the Tragedy “Antigone”

Amir Maziar; Mohaddeseh Rabbaninia

Volume 16, Issue 62 , July 2020, Pages 35-64


  Hegel believed the Antigone tragedy not only revealed the national spirit of ancient Greece but was indeed the greatest artwork of all time. displaying the “Logic of History”, was the critical role Antigone tragedy played in the phenomenology of spirit from the standpoint of Hegel. This article ...  Read More

Research Paper
From Logical Form to Form of Life: Daniel Hutto’s Critical Review of Wittgenstein’s Thoughts

Atieh Zandieh

Volume 16, Issue 62 , July 2020, Pages 65-89


  Since Wittgenstein is known for his two philosophies, one of the concerns of interpreters of his thoughts is to understand the relation between his two philosophies. Hutto is one of the interpreters who have endeavored to identify a reliable relation between Wittgenstein’s philosophies in order ...  Read More

Research Paper
Kuhn and the Distinction from Discovery/Justification

Ahmad Ebadi; Mohammad Emdadi Masouleh

Volume 16, Issue 62 , July 2020, Pages 91-118


  In this paper, by reviewing the main components of Thomas Kuhn’s philosophy it will become evident that he is a critic on the distinction between the context of discovery/justification in the methodology of science. His reasoning consists of: 1. his proponents have merely dealt with the context ...  Read More

Research Paper
Reflection on the Mind and Body Problem from Rorty's Pragmatic Point of View

Saeedeh Kowkab

Volume 16, Issue 62 , July 2020, Pages 119-146


  The present article studies Rorty’s pragmatic attitude to the mind-body problem. This project expresses itself along two axes: his critical attitude to the Cartesian conception of the mind as mirror of nature, and his pragmatic idea of the man named non-reductive physicalism. Based on historicism, ...  Read More

Research Paper
The Tacit Presence of Aristotle's Phronesis in Heidegger's Being and Time

Mehdi Moinzadeh

Volume 16, Issue 62 , July 2020, Pages 147-176


  The Priority of the practical approach toward the world to theoretical approach is one of the most fundamental components of Heidegger’s “Being and Time”. In fact, Heidegger believes that the first disclosure of Dasein to the world is based on practice rather than speculation and even ...  Read More

Research Paper
Transcendental Freedom and Kant's Philosophy of History

Seyedeh Massoumeh Mousavi

Volume 16, Issue 62 , July 2020, Pages 177-206


  The concept of freedom is one of the most central concepts in Kant’s Philosophy which has a critical role in both theoretical and practical reason. Some interpreters believe that agency and spontaneity of reason in theoretical knowledge is another expression of autonomy and freedom. In another ...  Read More