Survey & Critique Avicenna's Existential Theory about Rational Perception
Volume 15, Issue 4 , January 0, Pages 1-19

  Perception has various kinds, and most important of it is the rational perception. One of the important issues in philosophy is the knowing the identity and understanding how to achieve to it. From the perspective of Avicenna, there are two approaches in this topic. The first one is the theory of abstraction ...  Read More

Volume 15, Issue 4 , January 0, Pages 19-36

  Corporal resurrection, and its quality and possibility are among the issues which have been discussed by Islamic philosophers and each of them has tried to create an agreement between intellect and tradition in one way or another. One of these philosophers is Hakim-e Sabzevari who in some of his works ...  Read More

Violation of the principle of Complementarity and its Philosophic consequences
Volume 15, Issue 4 , January 0, Pages 37-54

  According to Bohr's principle of complementarity and Heisenberg's principle uncertainty, indeterminism or non-causal picture of nuclear phenomena is an essential feature of nature. We are here, encountered with an inherent limitation in principle, not just in practice. The wave-particle duality has been ...  Read More

تأثیر انگاره های کلامی در اختلاف قرائت آیات صفات الهی
Volume 15, Issue 4 , January 0, Pages 55-72

  مقاله حاضر، بر اختلافات قاریان قرآن در آیات وصف کننده خداوند ، انگشت نهاده و نشان می دهد که انگیزه های کلامی ، در روند پیشنهاد و پیدایش وجوه متفاوت قرائت، تأثیری در خور ...  Read More

Assessment of Louis Pojman's theory about ethics of belief
Volume 15, Issue 4 , January 0, Pages 109-128

  Generally speaking, voluntarism and evidentialism have been two competing approaches to the ethics of belief. Criticizing these two approaches, Louis Pojman, the contemporary American philosopher, sets forward the theory of normative indirect voluntarism. In its analysis of the belief formation process, ...  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