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Research Paper
Review and critical analysis Avicenna and Aviross view of the soul

qassem pourhassan; sakineh abouali

Volume 11, Issue 43 , October 2015, Pages 7-25

  Abstract Evaluating and considering of immateriality and immortality by three philosophers naming Aristotle's (322-384 H.Q), Avicenna (370-428 H.Q), and Aviross (520-595 H.Q) constituted the core of this article. Contradiction and ambiguities seen in some of Aristotle's ideas is considered as the origin ...  Read More

Research Paper
Discordant belief and principle of necessity

Zeynab Abolghasemi Dehaghani; Mohammad Saeedimehr

Volume 11, Issue 43 , October 2015, Pages 25-42

  Abstract The transfer of necessity principle (the consequence of anecessary issue which itself is also necessary) is seen as the base of consequent argument vindicating the belief of incompatibility of free will with causal determinism. The fixity of deterministic laws dominating natural events and ...  Read More

Research Paper
An investigation into the Smart’s Act-utilitarianism

Mohammad Hussein Arshadi; Sahar Kavandi; Mohsen Jahed

Volume 11, Issue 43 , October 2015, Pages 43-70

  Abstract Moral issues are studied in the three realms of metaethics, normative ethics, and applied ethics. Utilitarianism is one of the important view in normative ethics. J.J.C. Smart is one of the most distinguished act-utilitarian whose thoughts are highly influenced by Sidgwick’ ideas. Smart ...  Read More

Research Paper
Questioning and holy affair in Moulavi's reflective poem

Leila Pajouhandeh

Volume 11, Issue 43 , October 2015, Pages 71-96

  In this essay the relation of questioning with holy affair in Moulavi’s reflective poem will be discussed in an analytic manner. At first, Moulana's worldview in a general approach on source, position, limits, capacity and properties of knowledge levels and then the states of sciences, techniques, ...  Read More

Research Paper
The Objectivity of moral statements from Rawls' constructivist view and Hare's prescriptive view

Mehdi Zamani; Reza Taghian Varzaneh

Volume 11, Issue 43 , October 2015, Pages 97-112

  In their meta-ethical views known as constructivism and prescriptivism respectively, John Rawls and Richard Mervin have criticized the traditional views toward objectivity from an anti-realistic position. Both thinkers reject the existence of the moral facts existing in the outside world independent ...  Read More

Research Paper
Critical Inquiry on Institution of Museum; Relying on Merleau-Pontyꞌs Phenomenological Thoughts

Nader Shayganfar; Zeynab Saber

Volume 11, Issue 43 , October 2015, Pages 113-136

  The French phenomenological philosopher, Maurice Merleu-Ponty, tried to understand art works and related concepts taking recourse to phenomenological approach. In the new point, he tried to understand art by emphasizing on the being- in-the-world relying on perception’s term and it’s relation ...  Read More