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Philosophy of Mysticism from Ibn Khaldun’s Perspective

aliakbar afrasiabpour; Hosein Arian

Volume 23, Issue 2 , September 2023, , Pages 99-116


  Ibn Khaldun (732-808 A.H.), as the founder of civil engineering, is often known as a philosopher of history, sociologist and civilizational scientist; however, his research is extended to many fields of knowledge of his era with valuable outcomes one of which is the philosophy of mysticism, which has ...  Read More

Epistemological Validity of Traditionalists’ Theory of "Sacred Knowledge": Its Truth and Justification

Zahra Hosseini; Fateme Sahraei

Volume 22, Issue 4 , April 2023, , Pages 47-70

  Adopting a rigid perspective toward post Cartesian modernity, traditionalists have referred to a type of knowledge which has a supernatural quality and is related to degrees of existence. Rejecting the efficacy of experience and argument which are considered pivotal to post-renaissance epistemology, ...  Read More

Knowledge by Presence as Effective on Sensory Perception and its Epistemological Underpinnings from the Viewpoint of Transcendent Theosophy

sayyed mohammad hosain naghibi; addollah nasri

Volume 19, Issue 3 , January 0, , Pages 17-38

  There are two steps in the process of sensory perception: the sensory organ’s sense-impression and the soul’s perception. The first step is materialistic and the second one abstract. According to the union of the body and soul, the soul apprehends the sensory organs’ sense impressions, ...  Read More

Ibne- Hazm’s epistemology; theory of
Volume 16, Issue 2 , January 0, , Pages 19-42

  The knowledges are divided into basic believes (apriori knowledges) and non basic believes (apostoriori knowledges) In Ibne- Hazm epistemology as other classic foundationalists. He has introduced a collection of syllogistic matters in Aristotelian logic as innate and sensitive knowledges. In his theory, ...  Read More

The Epistemological Foundations of Modern Islamic Civilization Based on Usul Alkafi

ali qasemi; hadi kazemzadeh

Volume 20, Issue 1 , January 0, , Pages 133-152


  Islamic civilization is based on several theoretical foundations which can be described as ontological, anthropological, sociological, and epistomological. One of the most important theoretical foundations of this civilization is the epistemological one that is closely related to the type of civilization ...  Read More

Non-Realistic Argumrntation: A Critique of the Epistemological Foundations of Rationality and Spirituality

seyyed mohammad akbarian; mohammadmahdi babapour

Volume 17, Issue 1 , January 0, , Pages 135-150

  Spirituality and rationality theory identifies the connection between rationality and spirituality as the only way to reduce human suffering. According to the theorist, modern rationality does not confirm traditional religion. Hence religion cannot play its historical role in reducing human suffering. ...  Read More