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Sam Harris’s Materialistic Interpretation of Free Will and its Criticism from Mûllā Ṣâdrā’s Viewpoint

Abdullah HosseiniEskandian

Volume 23, Issue 3 , January 2024, , Pages 137-166


  The problem of free will, which had been discussed by the ancient Greek philosophers, has been discussed in Islamic philosophy at length. For Muslim philosophers, the will is one of the faculties of soul, which causes the action by motivating the desire and making the bodily organs move. In recent decades, ...  Read More

Critical Appraisal of Abolhasan Ameri's Views on Predestination and Free Will

Einollah Khademi

Volume 22, Issue 4 , April 2023, , Pages 71-98

  The problem of predestination and free will is one of the long-lasting and important topics which has preoccupied people's minds, and made scholars of different religions and doctorines to adopt a position toward it. The focus of the present paper is on Ameri’s perspective on this important issue. ...  Read More

A Critical study of Naeini’s View on Causal Necessity in the Light of Transcendent Wisdom

majid ahsan

Volume 20, Issue 4 , March 2021, , Pages 1-22


    Causation and its subsidiaries as causal necessity are among the issues considered by thinkers since antiquity till the present time. Despite its long history, it is still the center of attention and the source of controversies. A wide range of views (including absolutely positive or negative ...  Read More

Reflecting on the Issue of Predestination and Free will in the History of Imamah Theology

mohammadhossin faryab

Volume 18, Issue 4 , March 2018, , Pages 21-46

  Predestination and free will is among the fundamental issues related to other important issues such as the purpose of human creation, the prophetic mission, the appointment of imams and resurrection; therefore, taking the wrong viewpoint on this issue can overshadow the other ones. Adopting a historical ...  Read More

Review of Determinism and free will in the field of mystical teachings

Reza Hoseinifar; Zeinab KHodadad

Volume 18, Issue 4 , March 2018, , Pages 47-70

  , Although "Determinism and free will" in its quiddity is a Theology issue, it has also led to mysticism for two reasons: the Theology background of the mystics and the necessity of some mystical teachings. The pursuit of this Theology discussion in the Islamic mysticism has led to a wider range of depth ...  Read More

Analysis and Critique of Kant's Conception of God

saleh hasanzadeh

Volume 18, Issue 1 , January 0, , Pages 81-104

  The concept of God and His relationship with the world and human beings, together with ontology, has been one of the main preoccupations of philosophy and theology. In other words, the question of God and His relationship with the world has always occupied the mind and thought of man. Everyone answers ...  Read More

The inherent dignity, Intellect and humanism, Islam and western context (by emphasizing Motahari and Hobbes, Locke, Spinoza and berlin beliefs)

hosean yazdi

Volume 17, Issue 3 , January 0, , Pages 129-148

  Right after medieval ages in the west and when freedom became a recurrent problem and gaining importance as a significant value, religion and freedom were investigated by Islamic scholars and researchers. This study is an attempt to investigate the foundations of freedom within different Islamic schools ...  Read More