Volume 16 (2020)
Volume 15 (2019)
Volume 14 (2018)
Volume 13 (2017)
Volume 12 (2016)
Volume 11 (2015)
Volume 10 (2014)
Volume 9 (2013)
Volume 8 (2012)
Volume 7 (2011)
Volume 6 (2010)
Volume 5 (2009)
Volume 4 (2008)
Volume 3 (2007)
Volume 2 (2006)
Volume 1 (2005)
Research Paper
1. A Comparison between the Pagan and Christian Apologies for Holy Images

Alireza Esmaeilzadeh Barzi

Volume 17, Issue 65 , March 2021, Pages 7-30

http://dx.doi.org/10.22054/wph.2021.50636.1821

Abstract
  This paper is going to draw a comparison between pagan and Christian apologies for holy images. To this end, after giving a general history of the issue, the most important criticisms made of the images and veneration of them will be briefly considered. The next step is a detailed comparison between ...  Read More

Research Paper
2. Intercultural Philosophy from the Perspective of Ram Adhar Mall

Ahmad Ali Heydari; Mohammad Hassan Yaghoubian; Ghasem Pourhassan

Volume 17, Issue 65 , March 2021, Pages 31-58

http://dx.doi.org/10.22054/wph.2020.53843.1876

Abstract
  The aim of this research is to study the nature of intercultural philosophy with a descriptive-analytical approach from the point of view of Ram Adhar Mall, who traveled to the West with an Indian background and founded the Association of Intercultural Philosophy in Germany. Using the relation between ...  Read More

Research Paper
3. The Role of Emotions in Moral Judgment in Green’s View

Hossein Kharazmi

Volume 17, Issue 65 , March 2021, Pages 59-85

http://dx.doi.org/10.22054/wph.2020.41200.1713

Abstract
  Moral psychology for decades focused on reasoning, but recent evidence finds that emotions play a fundamental role in moral judgment. One of the models for explaining moral judgment is Greene’s Dual-process model of moral judgment. He believes that we can arrive at moral judgments either through ...  Read More

Research Paper
4. Comparison of Russell's Theory of “Knowledge by Acquaintance” and Molla Sadra's Theory of “Knowledge by Presence"

Zahra Sarkarpour; Zahra Khazaei

Volume 17, Issue 65 , March 2021, Pages 87-112

http://dx.doi.org/10.22054/wph.2021.51258.1833

Abstract
  The theory of “knowledge by presence” has a special place in the Sadra system. “Knowledge by presence” is both a theory of knowledge in Sadra's philosophy and a theory for explaining self-knowledge. Reflecting on this important theory will immediately make us realize its complex ...  Read More

Research Paper
5. Comparison of Freud and Heidegger's Views on Art with an Emphasis on a Critical Look at the Psychoanalytic Interpretation of Heidegger's Art

Monireh Naderi; Mohammad Javad Safian; Hossin Ardalani

Volume 17, Issue 65 , March 2021, Pages 113-133

http://dx.doi.org/10.22054/wph.2021.55263.1892

Abstract
  Freud's approach toward understanding art is limited to some factors. He overemphasizes the neural aspects of artistic experience. His analysis of artists, to a great extent, depends on his need to expand and indicate the psychoanalytic theory he was working on. He confessed that he failed to confront ...  Read More

Research Paper
6. The Function of Imagination in Constitution and Understanding of the Reality in Paul Ricoeurˊs Hermeneutics

Amir Maziar; Neda Ghiasi

Volume 17, Issue 65 , March 2021, Pages 135-157

http://dx.doi.org/10.22054/wph.2021.52038.1849

Abstract
  Imagination is most traditionally assumed as something that is a contradiction of reality. Accordingly, it is considered as a faculty that is merely able to evoke our emotions and feelings and implies unreal things that do not contribute to cognition. This is one of the most important themes of Paul ...  Read More

Research Paper
7. Representation as “Embodied Meaning “from Arthur Coleman Danto View (A Case Study of Jeff Koon's Works)

somayeh Nasri; Ali Moradkhani

Volume 17, Issue 65 , March 2021, Pages 159-179

http://dx.doi.org/10.22054/wph.2021.56558.1918

Abstract
  The development of modern art and contemporary art criticized the concept of representation, which dominated art philosophy for nearly two millennia. Accordingly, the classical conception of representation was no longer able to analyze ‎the new artifacts that emerged from the formation of modern ...  Read More

Research Paper
8. Common Concepts of Mystic Path and its Stages in Mystical Literature in Iran and Spain Based on Works and Quotes of Abu-Saeed Abulkhair and Santa Teresa de Avila

Faezeh Nourian; Najmeh Shobeiri

Volume 17, Issue 65 , March 2021, Pages 181-206

http://dx.doi.org/10.22054/wph.2021.49853.1813

Abstract
  “Path of perfection”, one of the most famous concepts and terms in mysticism, has been derived from a conceptual domain formed in relation to the meaning of walking or passing. As if they really thought of this process as a path that exists. Also, the word "camino" in Spanish means road, ...  Read More