Comparative study of divine will from the perspective of Avicenna and Spinoza

Akbar Orvati Movafagh; Abu Al-Ghasem Asadi

Volume 18, Issue 1 , January 0, Pages 1-20

  Among the positive attributes of God, the attribute of will is of particular importance. While most philosophers and theologians have accepted God's possessing will, there has been a great deal of difference in its meaning between philosophers and different theological schools throughout history. ...  Read More

Authority and Role of “Cognitive Sources” in Ibn Abi Jumhur Ahsai’s thought

shamso"allah seraaj; somayeh monfared

Volume 18, Issue 1 , January 0, Pages 21-36

  The identification of what and why of the combined three cognitive sources including intellect, intuition and revelation in Ibn Abi Jumhur’s system of thought makes the analysis of the cognitive achievements of this system of thought more effective. Ibn Abi Jumhur, as a figure who has an important ...  Read More

Comparative study of the relationship between death and sin in the St. Augustine and Mulla Sadra’s works

mahbubeh jabbareh naseru; qasem kakaie

Volume 18, Issue 1 , January 0, Pages 37-62

  In this paper, we have tried to study the death and its relationship with sin, in the comparative approach, from the perspective of St. Augustine and Mulla Sadra. Scrutiny these two views, Indicates that St Augustine, according to Christianity, especially the teachings of Paul, introduces death as the ...  Read More

Comparative Study of Theological Interpretation of Quranic Verses on Imamat in Imamiyyah and Zaidiyyah Interpretations up to the End of Buyid Dynasty Era

Mehran Esmaeili; Rubabeh Nabiyollahi

Volume 18, Issue 1 , January 0, Pages 63-80

  In their theological arguments, Imamiyyah Shi’ites put emphasis on five verses including al-Tat-hir (Q:33/33), al-Welaya (Q:5/55), al-Mawadda (Q:42/23),al-Mubahila (Q:3/61) and al-Ulil-Amr (Q:4/59). The article is an attempt to identify the similarities and differences between the Imamiyyah and ...  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

The Study of Barbour’s Solution to the Conflict between Science and Religion with Attention to Carroll’s Exposition of the Conflict

Seyed Mohammadhassan Ayatollahzadeh Shirazi; seyed hesamo"din jalali tehrani

Volume 18, Issue 1 , January 0, Pages 105-120

  In his book Religion and Science, Ian Barbour discusses the relationship between science and religion. In order to come up with a systematic view, he has surveyed the method of science and methods of religion and has explained this relationship in terms of four models: conflict, independence, dialogue ...  Read More

Salafism in the Theological Thought of Muslim Brotherhood Community

hamid imandar; hamed mostafavi fard

Volume 18, Issue 1 , January 0, Pages 121-150

  The Muslim Brotherhood movement with the backing of Islamic awakening originated from the thoughts of Jamaluddin Asad Abadi and Mohammed Abduh has tried to provide a moderate demonstration of theological beliefs in agreement with the life history of the pious ancestors. With the accusations made by contemporary ...  Read More