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Research Paper
Jalaluddin Rumi Out of the Game of Determinism and Free Will

Hamid Eskandari; Hassan Rahbar

Volume 18, Issue 71 , February 2022, Pages 1-22


  The Masnavi has been read as if Rumi believed either in determination or free will, or he hesitated between the two. Here we reveal a new interpretation that how he avoids both of these. His position is out of this game entirely. We have explained that he thinks of the disputation between two sides as ...  Read More

Research Paper
Systematicity of Scientific Knowledge, the Way Out of Epistemic Bubbles and Echo Chambers

Mohammad Ali Ashouri Kisomi; Maryam Parvizi

Volume 18, Issue 71 , February 2022, Pages 23-53


  The Epistemic Bubble and the Echo Chamber are two phenomena of the Post-Truth area that deny scientific knowledge. The Epistemic Bubble exposes the individual to unbalanced arguments by eliminating knowledge outside the bubble and strengthening trust in the knowledge within it. In contrast, the Echo ...  Read More

Research Paper
Criticism and analysis of Ibn Sina’s arguments in al-Nijat on the “unity is an accident”

Mohammadhadi Tavakoli

Volume 18, Issue 71 , February 2022, Pages 55-75


  According to Aristotle, there was a popular theory in ancient Greece according to which "unity" was considered an independent substance that has a causal role in relation to other substances. Aristotle tried to reject that theory by stating that “one” is a "predicate" and also referring to ...  Read More

Research Paper
A Study on the Semantics of Cornell Realism based on Richard Boyd’s View

Mehrshad Rezaee; Seyed Ali Kalantari; Amir Ehsan Karbasizadeh

Volume 18, Issue 71 , February 2022, Pages 77-101


  Cornell realism belongs to the new wave movements in ethical naturalism debates. What distinguishes Cornell realism from other ethical naturalism is that the thesis adopts an anti-reductionist approach towards ethical facts. Our aim in this paper is to consider the thesis based on Richard Boyd’s ...  Read More

Research Paper
Grounding Essentialism and the Challenge of Foundationalism

Meysam Zandi Goharrizi; Davood Hoseini

Volume 18, Issue 71 , February 2022, Pages 103-126


  Grounding depicts the layered structure of the facts. If we let grounding facts be in the theory, what is their status in the hierarchy? Based on the Purity Principle, grounding facts could not be fundamental because they contain non-fundamental parts. They must inevitably be grounded in other facts. ...  Read More

Research Paper
The Narration of the Body and Salvationary Self-wanted Suffering in the Characters of Samuel Beckett's Works Based on Cartesian Duality

Amin Abaspour; Amir Nasri

Volume 18, Issue 71 , February 2022, Pages 127-154


  If the investigation of different methods of existence and surveying language capabilities were among the most important thought issues of Samuel Beckett, so he would certainly use these two in order to recognize man better and communicate with the world around him. Beckett, affected by Descartes’ ...  Read More

Research Paper
Analysis of the Concept of Inertia and its Relation to Avicenna's "Mail" Theory from the Context of the Definition of Motion

Mohammad Ali Lotfi; Habibollah Razmi; Yarali Kord Firouzjaei

Volume 18, Issue 71 , February 2022, Pages 155-183


  From the analysis of the concept of inertia, two meanings can be deduced. The first one, that is, the body's resistance to change of state is accepted by all, but the second, that is, the perseverance of body in the state of rest or uniformly straight-line motion (Newton's first law), depends on what ...  Read More

Research Paper
Relationship between “Dignity” and “Human Freedom” in Kant’s View

Roqayeh Mazaheri; Shahin Aawani

Volume 18, Issue 71 , February 2022, Pages 185-208


  From Kant’s view, freedom is the universal property of humans as the autonomy of will. He established morals on the ground of freedom through legislation of Practical Reason. In Kant’s philosophy, freedom is a ground, based on which humans have dignity as an individual and human beings. The ...  Read More

Research Paper
The Continuum of the World and Otherworld Based on the Primacy of Existence (Isalat al-Wujud)

Milad Nouri Yalghuz-aghaji; Majid Ahsan

Volume 18, Issue 71 , February 2022, Pages 209-230


  Modern thought, focusing on spatiotemporal connections of human beings and emphasizing science, technology, and earthy bliss, has ignored the idea of ultimate and otherworldly bliss as a form of asceticism. It thus filled with Nihilism and Dysphoria. It was while human beings in the classic world emphasizing ...  Read More