Volume 23 (2023)
Volume 22 (2022)
Volume 21 (2021)
Volume 20 (2020)
Volume 19 (2019)
Volume 18 (2018)
Volume 17 (2017)
Volume 16 (2016)
Volume 15 (2015)
Volume 14 (2014)
Volume 13 (2013)
Volume 12 (2012)
Volume 11 (2011)
Volume 10 (2010)
Volume 9 (2009)
Volume 8 (2008)
Volume 7 (2007)
Volume 6 (2006)
Volume 5 (2005)

Philosophy of Jurisprudence and the Problems It May Face

sayyed abolghasem naghibi

Volume 18, Issue 4 , March 2018, , Pages 71-86

  Abstract Philosophy of jurisprudence is a branch of additional philosophy in which jurisprudence as the science of legal laws is analyzed and described via detailed reasoning from an outer viewpoint and with an approach of second-degree knowledge. Theoretical analysis of jurisprudence as a science that ...  Read More

A Survey of Origins of Optional Determination of Concrete Entity

masood hajrabi; mohammadhasan mehdipour

Volume 20, Issue 1 , January 0, , Pages 71-90


  Does the mystics’ analysis of the way concrete entity is constituted and formed include the optional determination of the reality of authority of concrete entity? Most mystics believe that the concrete entity of autonomous beings has all the affirmed capacities at the level of the innate knowledge ...  Read More

Alusi and His Intermediate Position between Ash’ariyyah and Salafiyyah with a Focus on His Ideas on the Issue of Narrated Attributes

hamid imandar; hamed mostafavi fard

Volume 17, Issue 2 , January 0, , Pages 73-96

  One of the constitutive elements of the Salafist School is its approach to God’s attributes. The Salafist unique interpretation which is presented as the school of proof for attributes lacks compatibility with forefathers’ views in addition to its being extremely dogmatic. Extreme dogmatism ...  Read More

Introduction to Theological principles of scientific interpretation of the Holy Quran
Volume 16, Issue 3 , January 0, , Pages 75-100

  God in many verses of the Holy Quran refers to a variety of natural phenomena and describes some of their features precisely or indirectly. Hence special attention to the scientific method of interpretation and its theological bases are necessary. These theological principles are not only for the scientific ...  Read More

Explanation of Innate Substantial Movement and Man’s Volition

Mohammad javad Nasr; mohammadali dibaji

Volume 19, Issue 2 , January 0, , Pages 61-82

  The belief in the substantial movement of existents, including human beings, is an important basis upon which Mulla Sadra is distinguished from other philosophers preceding him. In some statements in his works, Mulla Sadra has put forward two types of movement, one is the innate movement and the other ...  Read More

Theological foundations of Social Rectification in the Infallibles’ Conduct

Mohammad Hossein Madani; mohammad ali mahdavi rad; Rohollah Shahidi

Volume 17, Issue 4 , January 0, , Pages 67-92

  The struggle against social corruption and reforming various fields of social life has a special place in the Imams’ guiding conduct. Their entering to social rectification and in other words, their duty to rectify the society in various aspects of social to strengthen human perfection is based on ...  Read More

Assessment of Experience of Beauty or Platonic Love as the Numinous Experience

mohammadreza bayat; alireza taheri

Volume 20, Issue 2 , January 0, , Pages 77-100


  The issue of the article is defend the claim that the experience of Beauty or Platonic love can be considered the numinous experience. First, the article explain Otto’s view on numinous experiences. Then it explain Plato’s view on Beauty and love. Finally, comparing the two views, the article ...  Read More

Critique of Orientalists’ Accusations of Violence and Intolerance toward Followers of other Religions (People of the Book) in Islam with Reference to the Concept of Jihad

sayed ali shaygan; hasan saeidi

Volume 21, Issue 4 , April 2022, , Pages 79-102


  Violence against and intolerance of followers of other religions or disregard for ideological and religious pluralism is one of the accusations made by a large number of Orientalists against the Qur'an, the Prophet of Islam (PBUH) and Muslims throughout history. The emergence of these accusations in ...  Read More

Early Imamyyah theological knowledge resources, Distinctive approach to reason and revelation, nature, perception and intuition
Volume 16, Issue 1 , January 0, , Pages 81-104

  This paper examines four of theological knowledge sources with a distinct approach from early Imamyyah during the present age. In this work, in order to achieve the necessary components for a paradigm and independent model of thought among early Imamyyah, which distinguished them from their contemporary ...  Read More

Imam's Knowledge from the perspective of Imams Scholastic Theologians Peace Be Upon Them

ali monsefi; seyyedmohammadesmaeil seyyedhashemi

Volume 17, Issue 1 , January 0, , Pages 81-106

  Abstract One of the important subjects of Theology is the Imams knowledge and the aspects of their knowledge. In the present study, which attempted to inspect this subject, different issues such as the scope of Imam's knowledge, source and the aspects of their knowledge and their unseen knowledge from ...  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

Khajeh Nasiraldin’s methodology in house planning and its influence on life style

soghra salehi

Volume 19, Issue 4 , January 0, , Pages 81-104

  The cognitive and non-cognitive basics and fields determine formation methods and fundamental methodology of theories and thoughts of scholars. Khajeh Nasiraldin Toosi, have explained the most expanding arguments regarding the house planning following Avicenna; though he never dealt directly the cognitive ...  Read More

Ontology and the effects of believing in celestial world in the Holy Qoran’s verses
Volume 15, Issue 1 , January 0, , Pages 83-110

  One of those learnings which we are familiar with, by the impression of Qoran, is the existence of spiritual worlds for the universe called celestial worlds. According to this theory, analysts of the celestial world believe in a heavenly phase for every creature. Through lexicographers, sages, and Gnostics’ ...  Read More

Developing a conceptual levels and stages of moral development with emphasis on the ideas of Aristotle

seyyed ramzan aghili; lamileh alam alhoda; korosh fathi vajargah

Volume 18, Issue 2 , January 0, , Pages 83-102

  The meaning of virtue is explicitly discussed in Aristotle’s Virtue Ethics, but virtue development and the stages involved are not adequately dealt with. Therefore, this paper aims to identify the stages of virtue development and characteristics of each stage from the perspective of Aristotle by using ...  Read More

separation theory study religious teachings of human sciences in religious education
Volume 15, Issue 3 , January 0, , Pages 85-108

  of the important issues that since the beginning of the emergence of religion in the theology , discovered method of religious education . One of the ways in which it is considered that the great theologian and thoughtful capable Ayatollah Mirza Mehdi Ispahani . Under this technique especially religious ...  Read More

Investigating the Shiite theological approach to the place of expediency in deducing religious rules

ali qasemi; seyyed mohammad moosavi bojnoordi; davood mohammadjani

Volume 19, Issue 1 , January 0, , Pages 85-100

  One of the basic principles in the inference of religious rules in Shia jurisprudence is the principle of expediency. The justification of expediency as the source of the inference of religious law is based on the verbal foundations of this principle. This paper examines the place of interest in ijtihad ...  Read More

Interpretation in Ibn Sina and Ibn Arabi’s Thought Systems

masoud hajirabi

Volume 21, Issue 1 , June 2021, , Pages 85-102


  In the present study, we focus on Ibn Sina's thoughts (359-416 AH) on the what, why, principles, realm and how of interpretation and its explanation based on Islamic mysticism. According to Ibn Sina, interpretation refers to the act of revealing truth in its true sense. In this regard, there is no difference ...  Read More

Cell theory of Morality by insisting on Votes Tabatabai
Volume 16, Issue 2 , January 0, , Pages 87-110

  There are various theories in the field of meta-ethics and said moral principles in the all is universal or not universal. but writer in the query has tried to open a third way ; a third way in which the morality is treated as a living cell , including the core and cytoplasm, that their presence in ...  Read More

Checking the contradictions in the genetical theory of eternal punishment
Volume 16, Issue 4 , January 0, , Pages 87-116

  Islamic theologians presented different ideas and opinions about being eternal punishment problem genetical or conventional. Some favored genetic and some opposed. Traditions and verses appear to be consistent with both. Hence the other number of researchers in this problem accepted both retributions ...  Read More

A Survey of the Bases and Theological-Philosophical Consequences of Moral Relativism from a Quranic and Narrative Point of View

abdolhadi rezaeetalarposhti; دکتر محمد رضا ضمیری; mohammad sadegh jamshidi

Volume 18, Issue 3 , January 0, , Pages 87-108

  Moral relativism is one of the most important topics in moral philosophy that has created a lot of challenges and reactions from moral piety and post- structuralist mortality perspectives. In its principles and morality values, moral relativism benefits from the bases of ontology, epistemology and anthropology ...  Read More

Reflecting on the Constellation of Approaches to the Realm of Religion and advancing a Desirable Approach

ali aqajani

Volume 18, Issue 4 , March 2018, , Pages 87-106

  The realm of religion is one of the most challenging and influential topics in the political constellation of Islamic societies, especially Iran. Epistemically, several approaches to the realm of religion can be identified. Each one of them has several advantages and disadvantages. The absolute maximal ...  Read More

Theological reflection on the anti-Sunnah discourse

marzieh Mohases; Hale Badindeh

Volume 19, Issue 3 , January 0, , Pages 87-110

  The discourse of religious thought in recent decades has been influenced by various religious developments. The design of these topics of thought has created challenges in both social and political arenas. Contemporary anti-sunnah is a contemporary trend that seeks to curtail the traditions of religiosity, ...  Read More

Faith and Forgiveness: Luther᾽ modern interpretation

Ali Moradi; mrayam salem

Volume 20, Issue 3 , January 0, , Pages 87-108


   Luther was trained in a theological and philosophical attitude similar to that of Augustine and Thomas Aquinas, but  he saw their theological system as ineffective in providing an answer to the problem of forgiveness; therefore, following an answer to this religious crisis, suddenly on Paul ...  Read More