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Research Paper
Embodiment of Subject and Conatus for Mulla Sadra and Hegel

Payam Aghasi; Azizolah Afshar Kermani

Volume 17, Issue 68 , January 2022, Pages 1-28


  The different definitions of rationalists and empiricists from man have different approaches to man. Hegel offers a dialectical view of whole and part together in a Kantian-Spinoza context by defining man as an embodiment subject, while also paying attention to his totality, while also showing the importance ...  Read More

Research Paper
The Role of "Undefined" and "Axiomatic Method" in the Beginning of the Comparing of Philosophies, Focusing on Three Islamic Philosophical Systems

Hamidreza Bayat; Hasan Abasi Hosain Abadi; alireza parsa

Volume 17, Issue 68 , January 2022, Pages 29-61


  Comparing philosophies is an effort to find ways of interaction and synergy between these schools. It seems that finding the commonalities and differences between these structures and the appropriate method of achieving this are important. The method can be considered at two levels: macro and definite ...  Read More

Research Paper
Lefebvre or Derrida: Deconstructive Questioning the Concept of the Right to the City

Hojatollah Rahimi

Volume 17, Issue 68 , January 2022, Pages 63-99


  To date, a large number of researches have been published in terms of Lefebvre’s concept of the right to the city within social sciences without a serious critique of the concept. This article, drawing upon Derrida, has attempted to provide a critical analysis of the concept based on the following ...  Read More

Research Paper
Philosophy of Charity: From Singer to Spoerl

Masoud Sadeghi

Volume 17, Issue 68 , January 2022, Pages 101-121


  Participation in charity is one of the moral mechanisms for eradicating economic poverty, and the philosophical debate about it has risen since the 1970s. In this paper, two important philosophical arguments have been formulated and researched by Singer and Spoerl about duty or beyond duty and why and ...  Read More

Research Paper
Putnam; Fact/Value Dichotomy and Fact Constructivism

Ahmad Ebadi; Mohammad Emdadi Masouleh

Volume 17, Issue 68 , January 2022, Pages 123-153


  Hillary Putnam is one of the contemporary philosophers who study the fact/value dichotomy. In his thoughts, these two concepts are interpretation and even conceptually not separate, a notion named instructive pragmatism. He accuses the advocates of this dichotomy and believes that when they say morality ...  Read More

Research Paper
Considering the Object of Intuition in Spinoza’s Philosophy

Mohammad Anbarsooz; Yousef Nozohour

Volume 17, Issue 68 , January 2022, Pages 154-175


  Baruch Spinoza, the rationalist philosopher of the seventeenth century, devoted special attention to knowledge and epistemology. In his philosophy, knowledge has types and classes, the most valid of which is intuitive knowledge, and from this point of view, he focused on intuition, its objects, and its ...  Read More

Research Paper
An Essay on Heideggerian Realism

Mohammad Hosein Mohammad Ali Khalaj

Volume 17, Issue 68 , January 2022, Pages 175-203


  The paper is devoted to discussing the question of whether Heidegger is a realist or anti-realist. In the first section, I try to show that Anglo-American proponents of Heidegger are divided into three camps: the first camp characterizes him as a realist, the second describes his philosophy as idealism, ...  Read More

Research Paper
A Historical Look at the Words مدینة and مدنی in the Arabic Translations of Greek Philosophical Books

Sajjad Hejri

Volume 17, Issue 68 , January 2022, Pages 205-232


  Terminology is one of the necessities of any science, which, if done historically, would be doubly useful. Among the terms of practical philosophy, which although it is familiar and used extensively in the sciences of the Qur'an as well as in history and custom, as a philosophical expression, it has ...  Read More