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Research Paper
Nietzsche's Encounter with Truth: An Introduction to a Monistic Dynamic Idealism

Mohammad mehdi Ardebili

Volume 17, Issue 66 , July 1999, Pages 7-28


  What is the Truth in Nietzsche’s philosophy? This is the main problem of the present article, in the light of which an attempt has been made, within the framework of the requirements and limitations of this article, to provide an introduction to the discussion of presenting a monistic-idealistic-dynamic ...  Read More

Research Paper
Formulating the Distinction between Etebar and Real Affairs based on Allameh Tabatabai's Interpretation of Idealism

Reza Akbarian; Mohammad Saeedimehr; Alireza Sadeghi

Volume 17, Issue 66 , July 1999, Pages 29-50


  Allameh Tabatabai has repeatedly mentioned Etebar matters and wishful thinking and has put them in front of real things. Etebar matters are irregular ideas that are dependent on human will, but after their will, nothing is added to the outside world. Allameh Tabatabai believes that idealism - denial ...  Read More

Research Paper
The Analysis of Love and its Epistemological Implications in Gabriel Marcel's Thought

Tannaz Rashidinasab; Azim Hamzeian; Rostam Shamohammadi

Volume 17, Issue 66 , July 1999, Pages 51-73


  The twentieth-century French philosopher Gabriel Marcel (1889-1973), in her philosophical work, distinguished between "decision" and "mystery", the interrelationship of love from the mysteries of mystery. In his view, "mystery" is something that cannot be solved by common methods in science and the realm ...  Read More

Research Paper
Logical Semantics of Speech and Transition to an Intersubjective World in Husserlian Phenomenology

alireza Faraji

Volume 17, Issue 66 , July 1999, Pages 75-97


  Husserl in his method of phenomenology casts a new light on the discussion of experience through a new definition of cognition and avoids the error of preceding philosophers, classic empiricists, in particular; thus the cognition is no longer based on the immediate experiences of the world but it is ...  Read More

Research Paper
Explanation of Kinds of Nihilism and the Condition of the Rescue from that in the Thought of Nietzsche-Deleuze

Davood Moazami goodarzi; Ahmad Ali Heydari

Volume 17, Issue 66 , July 1999, Pages 99-125


  We and our world are caught in the last period of nihilism. The remarkable point is the durability of this situation, and that the time for the end of this situation is unclear. The concern of this article is understanding the nihilism, especially its last kind, understanding of the nihilism in order ...  Read More

Research Paper
Extending Derrida's Theory of Deconstruction: A Philosophical Critique of the Deconstruction Style in Contemporary Architecture

Sharareh Teimouri; Shamsolmolouk Mostafavi; Maryam Bakhtiarian

Volume 17, Issue 66 , July 1999, Pages 127-150


  Jacques Derrida was one of the few philosophers who seriously became involved with architecture. Despite his innermost desire, Derrida seems to have never made a proper connection with architecture. As soon as Derrida's theory of deconstruction was developed in architecture, it was thought that a practical ...  Read More

Research Paper
Animals′ Sentiments and Love from the Point of View of Sadraii Wisdom

Hamidreza Mirzaei

Volume 17, Issue 66 , July 1999, Pages 151-176


  This survey has been done to illuminate and explain Sadra’s ontological viewpoint on the entity of the inborn and innate love in the existence of non-human animals using the analytic and descriptive method (library documentary). In the sight of Sadra, in the whole universe, from the lowest beings ...  Read More

Research Paper
A Comparison between Heidegger and Gadamer on Plato's Ideas

kazem Hani; Reza Soleyman heshmat

Volume 17, Issue 66 , July 1999, Pages 177-202


  The prevalent conception about Plato’s philosophy is that, by differentiating sensible things from the realm of Ideas, he has made a step toward establishing Metaphysics. From Plato’s viewpoint, ideas form the essences of sensible things. Ideas are the condition of both the existence of sensible ...  Read More