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)

The doctrine of the immortality of infidels in the doom of hell: A study of the theories of Feyz Kashani and Allameh Tabatabai

maryam khoshdel rohani; zahra rahmani

Volume 20, Issue 3 , January 0, , Pages 133-160


  AbstractIn a rational approach to the afterworld, there are questions beyond reason that confront theologians and mystics and philosophers, which is one of the issues discussed in the resurrection and later life. Serious theologians, philosophers, and commentators are in charge of the quality of punishment ...  Read More

The How of Ibn Sina's Mystical Conduct

hossein hatamvand; hossein falsafi; ali fathollahi

Volume 21, Issue 2 , October 2021, , Pages 133-154


  The method of mystical behavior and how to acquire it is one of the most important issues and major concerns of mystics. In contrast with gnostic divine attraction which occurs instantaneously, the method of mystical behavior is dependent on hard work and perseverance and is achieved gradually. The main ...  Read More

Progress of science in Kuhn’s Paradigm
Volume 15, Issue 3 , January 0, , Pages 135-164

  Kuhn explains the progress of science without appeal to the concept of truth or truthlikeness. He is not agree with thecommon view according to which the accumulation of confirmed theories is the couse of progress in science. In his viewpoint the Scientific revolution is an interrupt which make an incommensurable ...  Read More

Examination of Common Sense First principle from Reid Prospect
Volume 16, Issue 4 , January 0, , Pages 135-158

  Every epistemic structure inevitably begins from presupposes which their truth should be treated as doubtless. Thomas Reid hold that there are many presupposes that sensible people suppose them as undoubted truths, and on the basis of their truth build their knowledge. With a scientific method, he tried ...  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

Applying the Phenomenological Suspension Approach to Understanding the Quran; New Attitudes in the Concept of Imamate based on verse 79 of Hajar Surah

farhad Ahmadi Ashtiani; Abolfazl Khosh manesh

Volume 18, Issue 3 , January 0, , Pages 139-160

  The confrontation of Shi'ism with another Islamic distinction in the context of verbal discussions has more than any other topic on the subject of Imamate. Therefore, the precise and accurate foundation of Imamat's discussions and the inclusion of the gravity of these discussions on the Holy Qur'an has ...  Read More

The Problem of Personal Identity on the frame of the Theory of Soul’s Essential Motion

majid ahsan; Milad Nouri Yalguzaghaji

Volume 17, Issue 2 , January 0, , Pages 148-172

  the problem of personal identity as related to many ontological and epistemological concepts and discussions is an important issue. Some criterions about personal identity have been proposed which can be doubtable and discussable, even if they can be used to distinguish the personal identity epistemologically. ...  Read More

The plan of the philosophy of history for science in Husserl’s later thought
Volume 15, Issue 2 , January 0, , Pages 149-182

  This article, accordance with Husserl’s later work, insists on two main categories. On the one hand, the science departed from human life and culture leads to crisis. Husserl seeks to find a way to get rid of the crisis through teleological-historical inquiry into the primal meaning of science and ...  Read More

From 9 part logic to 10 part logic: a survey of the evolution of Avicenna's logical works
Volume 15, Issue 4 , January 0, , Pages 129-148

  There are numorous logical works by Avicenna (Ibn Sina). With a critical scrutiny an evolution in these works can be recognized, both in the content and in the order of logical subjects. With the aid of those works with specified date, we can determine how the avicennan logic evolved. On this basis we ...  Read More

Study of the relationship between "philosophy of education" and modern Islamic civilization, based on the Supreme Leader views

fatemeh vojdani

Volume 19, Issue 2 , January 0, , Pages 129-152

  The creation of a new Islamic civilization as the ideal of the Islamic Republic of Iran is more taken into consideration in scientific circles in recent years. The interdisciplinary nature of "civilization research" also emphasizes the necessity of addressing this category from a variety of dimensions. ...  Read More

The evolution of the principle of innocence from the perspective of the oligarchs

hosein rahimivasasi; hamid kavianifard; esmat tabatabai lotfi; nasrin karimi

Volume 6, Issue 2 , January 0

  The principle of omniscience in the so-called jurisprudence is the verdict of non-approval of the obligation for the obligee in the case where the principle of existence is suspected to have substantiated the general conduit of the principle of omniscience in the assignment, and has considered it in ...  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

The possibility of the occurrence of a special divine act in the world

Saeed Masoumi

Volume 21, Issue 3 , November 2021, , Pages 1-24


  When a natural disaster, such as corona, occurs, the question is often asked why God did not intervene to prevent it from happening. In this paper, we address this issue. In specific, the main issue we deal with in the present paper is whether a particular divine act can be carried out in the world. ...  Read More

A Deliberative Account of Philosophy as Wisdom in al-Farabi’s Treatise al- Jam’ Beyne Ra’yy Al-Hakimayn

seyyed mohsen hosseini; eyn allah khademi; ramzan mahdavi azadboni

Volume 22, Issue 1 , June 2022, , Pages 1-20


  Although al-Farabi’s treatise al- Jam’ Beyne Ra’yy Al-Hakimayn, affirms that the scope of the subject matter of philosophy encompasses all beings, and this is, in fact, an affirmation of the Greco-Aristotelian nature of philosophy, from the attributes and descriptors he counts for philosophy ...  Read More

Delineating the Meaning of God's Four Divine Attributes, the First, the Last, the Apparent, the Hidden in the Rational Approach

morteza semnoon; fatemeh jafari

Volume 22, Issue 2 , November 2022, , Pages 1-28


  In Islam, the principle of monotheism (Tawhid) has been introduced as the most fundamental principles of religion and its understanding as the most exalted form of knowledge. Although, in Islamic theology, knowing the divine essence is considered impossible for human beings, the window to knowing God ...  Read More

The Role of Attention in the Realization of Sensory Perception from the Perspective of Mulla Sadra's Transcendental Wisdom

Mehdi Zamani

Volume 22, Issue 3 , February 2023, , Pages 1-26


  The present article, adopting a comparative descriptive-analytical method, deals with the role of "attention" in sensory perception from Molla Sadra's point of view. Mulla Sadra has presented various interpretations of sensory perception. In all these interpretations, the role of attention as a fundamental ...  Read More

An Evaluative Study of the Principles of Practical Wisdom in Al-Farabi and Avicenna

mohammad Zabihi

Volume 22, Issue 4 , April 2023, , Pages 1-24


  Al-Farabi and Avicenna are among the greatest and most well-known Muslim peripatetic philosophers in philosophical and intellectual discussions. The intellectual foundations of the Peripatetic philosophical system in the Islamic world are based on the rational principles and philosophical thoughts of ...  Read More

Examining the Functions of Theological Rules

mahdi abdi; Gurban Ali Karimzadeh Karamelki; Saeed Alizadeh

Volume 23, Issue 1 , June 2023, , Pages 1-20


  Every person's beliefs make up his inner personality and ontological reality and play a fundamental role in ensuring his worldly and otherwordly happiness in its individual and social dimensions. In the geometry of Islamic education, scholastic theology is responsible for religious education. The development ...  Read More

Analysis and Conceptual Referential Explanation of Analogy of Priority in the Verses of Creation

meysam orangi; Mohammad reza Emaminiya

Volume 23, Issue 2 , September 2023, , Pages 1-16


  The analogy of priority, which means that the reason for the ruling is strong in the subsidiary and the spread of the original ruling to the subsidiary, is one of the arguments used in the Qur'an. Among the cases for which this rule is used is the proof of a new creation and the return of the creatures’ ...  Read More

An Analytical evaluation of the Philosophical Criticisms arisen against “The Rule of the One (Qāʻîdâh Al-Wāḥîd)” with an Emphasis on the Foundations of Transcendent Philosophy

Mohammad Ali Vatandoost; Syed Mohammad Reza Razavi

Volume 23, Issue 3 , January 2024, , Pages 1-28


  “The Rule of the One (Qāʻîdâh Al-Wāḥîd)” regarded as one of the fundamental philosophical rules, which is not only directly or indirectly connected with several philosophical issues about God, cosmos, knowledge and so on, but also some thinkers have used it in other ...  Read More

Illustrating the Order of Existence by a Circular Diagram in Islamic philosophy and Examining the Objections

Mohammadreza Ershadinia

Volume 23, Issue 4 , March 2024, , Pages 1-32


  The assimilation of the Sensible to the Intelligible has been a technical and artistic effort throughout the history of Islamic philosophy. The Muslim philosophers have shown their skill in their circular metaphorical drawing the grades of existence, based on the two arcs of descent and ascent, and have ...  Read More

The Sovereignty of Divine Names and their Topography in the Mysticism of Ibn Arabi

Amir Javan Arasteh; Hossein tahmaseb kazemi

Volume 23, Issue 2 , September 2023, , Pages 17-38


  As all possible beings have a special order, determination, and emergence, each of these determinations is governed by a noun that is the origin of its emergence. It is the sovereign name that determines and governs the being’s manifestation.  In the system of creation, by the grace of the ...  Read More

The Relationship between Qazi Saeed Qomi’s Apophatic Theology and the Concept of Oneness amongst Mu’tazila, Shi’ites and Mystics

javad nazari; shamsollah seraj; majid ziaei

Volume 22, Issue 1 , June 2022, , Pages 21-44


  Denying any resemblances between the creator and creatures, Qazi Saeed Qomi sets his ideas apart from the typical cataphatic theology in Islamic discourse as well as the conventional theology of Shi’ism. This paper aims at investigating the relationship or lack of it between Qazi Saeed Qomi’s ...  Read More

Hajhosseini''''s Truth-Functional Logic

Asadollah Fallahi

Volume 23, Issue 1 , June 2023, , Pages 21-46


  Mortaza Hajhosseini has recently published the second edition of his book Two Non-Classical Logic Systems, A new Outlook on Elements of Logic. Similar to the first edition, he has introduced four non-classical logics (truth-functional, non-truth-functional and a combination of the two). In this article, ...  Read More