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Farabi’s Views and Ideas on the Role of Government and Education in Delineating the Gap between Knowledge and Moral Act

maryam samadieh; mohammadmahdi shamsi; ali safarzadeh maleki

Volume 22, Issue 3 , February 2023, , Pages 145-164


  Farabi’s views and ideas on bridging the gap between knowledge and moral act are identified when we study the role of virtuous city. According to Farabi, the role of government and the virtuous city is laying the ground for virtuous habits and traditions in cities among nations through education. ...  Read More

Ibn Taymiyyah’s Views on Mystical Perception of “Fixed Entities” (Ayn Sabitah); A Critical Analysis

Reza Jalili; Morteza Khosroshahi

Volume 21, Issue 3 , November 2021, , Pages 147-170


  Ibn Taymiyyah claims that “Fixed Entities” should be considered as one of the important pillars of the Unity Theory. He believes that  the stable non-existent and considering it as an object by Ibn Arabi is blasphemous and worse than Eternal Fixed (Sabetate Azali) which stated by Mutazila. ...  Read More

An Investigation of the Verses that Apparently Contradict Prophets’ Infallibility and the Interpretive Approach of Mystics and Scholastic Theologians to Face this Challenge

shahla alerasol; susan alerasol

Volume 22, Issue 4 , April 2023, , Pages 147-164


  Some verses in the Holy Quran, either directly or indirectly, attribute errors or sins to Allah’s prophets. Based on their intellectual background, interpreters may come up with different explanations and interpretations of such verses in their efforts to make them consistent with the idea of Ismah ...  Read More

An Examination of Relativism in Richard Mervyn Hare's Moral Philosophy

Mahdi Misaghinezhad; mahdi najafiafra; Mohammad Akvan

Volume 23, Issue 4 , March 2024, , Pages 149-174


  One of the important viewpoints in philosophy, especially in moral philosophy, is “relativism”. The critical and rational examination of relativism can lead to the right moral decisions and, accordingly, the right action in different circumstances. Richard Mervyn Hare is one of the prominent ...  Read More

Evaluating the Minimalistic View of Women from Mulla Sadra's Perspective

zahra Mousavi baygi; seyyed Mohamad Mousavi; Hadi Izanloo

Volume 22, Issue 2 , November 2022, , Pages 151-174


  Today, the issue of women and their ontological position is one of the topics discussed in the field of thought and social sciences. Although this newly emerging issue is not unprecedented in the ideas expressed by the thinkers of the past few centuries, including Mulla Sadra, there are few concise statements ...  Read More

A Critical Examination of a Criticism on the Truth Functional System of Basic Propositional Logic Are The Ways of Proving the EQT and EFQ Principles Closed?

Morteza Hajihosseini; Hamide Bahmanpoor

Volume 23, Issue 3 , January 2024, , Pages 167-200


  The validity of deductive reasoning is the main subject of logical theories.  According to the definition of validity of reasoning in Classical Logic, deducing the conclusion from the premises by applying the rules of inference is a necessary and sufficient condition for validity. Therefore,  and ...  Read More

The Controlling and Cognitive Conditions of Moral Responsibility from Mûllā Ṣâdrā’s viewpoint in his Transcendent Philosophy and the Views of “the True Self” and “the Normative Desert”

Mehdi Zamani

Volume 23, Issue 4 , March 2024, , Pages 175-204


  Using a descriptive-analytical method, this paper explains the psychological conditions of moral responsibility, analyzes Mûllā Ṣâdrā’s viewpoint in this regard, and expresses its similarities with the views of some contemporary compatibilists. The conditions of moral responsibility ...  Read More

The problem of self-discovery in existential psychotherapy; Comparing the views of Sadra and Van Deurzen

fateme fazelzade; Majid mollayousefi; mohammadjavad Shams; Ali Reza Kakavand

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 20 January 2024


  Van Deurzen, an existential psychotherapist, by examining the many components of existential therapy, considers self-reflection and self-discovery to be the main component of this attitude. She believes that man, who has a different existence from other creatures and a fluid and dynamic identity, determines ...  Read More

The possibilities of Ibn Arabi's teachings in the development of existential thinking

Hossein Esfandiar; Ali Fallahrafie

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 05 March 2024


  Metaphysical-conceptual thinking is a thinking that talks about existence with existence and tries to search for truth through conceptual explorations. This type of thinking is considered the original human thinking by metaphysicians. But "thinking" cannot be exclusive to it; Rather, we can ...  Read More