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Research Paper
The Possibility of Query about the Ugliness in Kant's Aesthetic Horizon

Arsalan Aghakhani; Seyed Mohammadreza Hoseini Beheshti; shamsolmolouk Mostafavi

Volume 18, Issue 69 , March 2022, Pages 1-25


  Immanuel Kant's aesthetics in Critique of Judgment has always been the subject of discussions and the discovery of many points about the anatomy of the faculty of Taste and its judgments. Because of contemporary aesthetic issues, the inquiry concerning the possibility of the reflective perception ...  Read More

Research Paper
Scrutinizing “Cogito Sum”; A Way to the Basics of Being’s Question by Martin Heidegger

Mojgan Ahmadi

Volume 18, Issue 69 , March 2022, Pages 27-57


  What do we mean when we talk about cogito sum? What do these words refer to in their use? How did they appear for the first time? How have they progressed and at the same time the progress of which concepts they are? This paper aims to research cogito sum’s form and concept. Therefore, it asks ...  Read More

Research Paper
Thomas Kuhn’s Incommensurability and Relativism

Hassan Amiriara

Volume 18, Issue 69 , March 2022, Pages 58-78


  One of the central notions in Thomas Kuhn’s thought is the notion of incommensurability. Generally, we can distinguish two kinds of incommensurability: methodological and semantic incommensurability. The methodological incommensurability is the thesis that the standards of theory appraisal are ...  Read More

Research Paper
A Study of the Relationship and Distinction between Civil Society and the State, and Hows of the Formation of the Public will in Hegel's Political Philosophy

Mohsen Bagherzadeh meskibaf

Volume 18, Issue 69 , March 2022, Pages 79-104


  In this article, after the author theoretically studies social-political events, and how to develop the theory of civil society, he goes on to understand and study the development of public will in civil society and the state and the dialectic between them in Hegel's political thought. Hegel was the ...  Read More

Research Paper
A Critical Study of the Pure Virtue Epistemology of Zagzebski

Abass Khosravi Bizhaem; Mohamad Saeedimer; Seyyed Ali Alamolhoda; Gholamhosein khedri

Volume 18, Issue 69 , March 2022, Pages 105-137


  In the evaluation of knowledge from the epistemological point of view on one hand such as fundamentalism, coherentism, and reliabilism, and on the other hand externalism and internalism have been proposed. The pure Virtue Epistemology theory was proposed by Linda Zagzebski. According to Zagzebski, contemporary ...  Read More

Research Paper
Etebari Perceptions: Assessing the Definitions and Offering Alternative Definitions

Hosein Kalbasi ashtari; mahdi kooshki

Volume 18, Issue 69 , March 2022, Pages 139-168


  Allameh Tabatabai has used various interpretations to define credit perceptions, but none of them are suitable. This article, after examining the proposed definitions and measuring them, based on the characteristics of a desirable definition, attempts to provide an alternative definition. A definition ...  Read More

Research Paper
Aristotle on the Relationship between Emotion and the Rational Part of the Soul

Mozhgan Mohammadi

Volume 18, Issue 69 , March 2022, Pages 169-197


  The position of emotions in Aristotle's thought is often identified with his theory of the weakness of the will, but the study of his works shows that emotions play a wider and more complex role in mental activities. For him, there is a deep and mutual relationship between emotions and other mental functions ...  Read More

Research Paper
Realism of Sadra and Wittgenstein

Mehdi Mohammadi; Asghar Vaezi

Volume 18, Issue 69 , March 2022, Pages 198-226


  Tabatabai and Motahari consider Sadra's philosophy to be a realistic philosophy and claim a kind of realism in the book "Principles of Philosophy and the Method of Realism". Ilham Dilman also believes that Wittgenstein's rejection of realism does not make him an idealist. Rather, Wittgenstein is also ...  Read More

Research Paper
Analysis and Rejection of Infinite Regress Arguments and the Impossibility of Knowledge in the Dialogue of Parmenides Plato

Mohamadmehdi Moghadas

Volume 18, Issue 69 , March 2022, Pages 227-259


  In this essay, the first part of Parmenides' dialogue is analyzed. This dialogue presents two challenges to the theory of Forms: "Infinite Regress Arguments" or "Third Man Argument" and "impossibility of knowledge". At first, we try to yield a precise description of the first part of this dialogue, and ...  Read More