The Distinction Between Ibn Sina and Suhravardi in The Distinction Between Existence and Quiddity
Volume 16, Issue 1 , January 0, Pages 1-20

  Ib Sina bases his philosophical system on the principle of distinction between existence and quiddity. This principle, but, have been criticized by some other philosophers and thinkers in Islamic world. It has been accepted for a long time by many scholars, and, today, it's still accepted, that some ...  Read More

A comparative discussion of Farabi's definition of beauty with Some other famous definitions
Volume 16, Issue 1 , January 0, Pages 43-60

  The beauty is one of the human spirit tendency and foundation of art. So it is important in our time that is age of communication. A lot of definition for beauty presented. Some of them are famous. In this article Farabi's definition of beauty is base. Some other definitions as from Plato , Aristotle, ...  Read More

The Philosophizing as a journey :Plato in Comparison with Sohrevardi
Volume 16, Issue 1 , January 0, Pages 61-80

  The conception that each philosopher has about philosophizing, impresses philosophical systematization and his approach to philosophical problems.This conception is like a plan for philosophical systematization. In this essay we compere Plato’s conception with Sohrevardi’s. we select comparison ...  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

space in Merleau-ponty,s existentialistic phenomenology
Volume 16, Issue 1 , January 0, Pages 105-120

  The idea of space is one of the most interesting and attractive topics in Merleau-ponty, s phenomenology of perception. Unlike Husserl that looks for certain facts in the field of pure consciousness, i.e., in the field without natural assumptions such as time and place,but like Heidegger’s idea that ...  Read More

The kantian apperception and existence
Volume 16, Issue 1 , January 0, Pages 121-146

  Apperception is the most important doctrine in transcendental deduction of Kant`s Critique of Pure Reason, which has fundamental role and station in his epistemology. This term have been used in Critique with several descriptive adjective such as pure, original, and transcendental. Some commentators ...  Read More