«Principality of existence or principality of quiddity; is verbal disagreemen or real disagreement?»

sardar dekami; mohammad saeedi mehr; reza akbarian

Volume 18, Issue 3 , January 0, Pages 1-28

  Abstract: With represent by distinction between existence and quiddity and ago Mirdamad, direct and indirect position of muslim philosophers about principality of one of these two or both of them- and also sentences about verbal disagreement among some of them- in their works, are seen. Since mollasadra ...  Read More

Existence-Essence Distinction in Ibn Sina’s Metaphysics: Mental or External

mustafa zali

Volume 18, Issue 3 , January 0, Pages 29-50

  One of the most famous and most important doctrines of Ibn Sina’s metaphysics is the distinction between essence and existence: a pivotal and controversial one. On the one hand, this distinction paves the way for some new metaphysical innovations to be introduced, but on the other hand it gives ...  Read More

Aristotle's Philosophy Method in Metaphysics (Looking at the zeta book)

majid mollayusefi; Abuzar ghaedi fard

Volume 18, Issue 3 , January 0, Pages 51-70

  n a paper titled "The difficulties of the book of metaphysics," Amir Maziar argued that Aristotle, in the second book of Metaphysics (beta), described the difficulties that later metaphysics sought to find the answer to these difficulties. They are In this paper, it has been shown that the way that Aristotle ...  Read More

A Study of Nature of comparative philosophy

reza gandomi nasrabadi

Volume 18, Issue 3 , January 0, Pages 71-86

  To provide a clear and distinguished concept on comparative philosophy, one should say precisely that what comparative philosophy is and is not. By examining the ratio of philosophical philosophy to philosophy, as well as its relation to global philosophy, Perennial Philosophy and the intercultural philosophy ...  Read More

A Survey of the Bases and Theological-Philosophical Consequences of Moral Relativism from a Quranic and Narrative Point of View

abdolhadi rezaeetalarposhti; دکتر محمد رضا ضمیری; mohammad sadegh jamshidi

Volume 18, Issue 3 , January 0, Pages 87-108

  Moral relativism is one of the most important topics in moral philosophy that has created a lot of challenges and reactions from moral piety and post- structuralist mortality perspectives. In its principles and morality values, moral relativism benefits from the bases of ontology, epistemology and anthropology ...  Read More

Allameh Tabataba’i, Soroush and Mojtahed Shabestari Modern Hermeneutics Discourse; Plurality and Objectivity of the Qu’anic Meaning

ٍEsamil Ghaedi; asghar vaezi

Volume 18, Issue 3 , January 0, Pages 109-138

  This paper studies three contemporary Iranian thinkers’ hermeneutic approaches to the Qur’an and their orientations to modern hermeneutic trends. Allameh Tabataba’i argues that the Qur’an contains several meanings each of which determined by God’s intention. Accordingly, ...  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