Primal Matter: first intelligible or secondary intelligible in transcendent philosophy?

Gholamreza Shameli; ghasem kakaie; mohammad bonyani

Volume 18, Issue 4 , March 2018, Pages 1-20

  There are different opinions about the Primal Matter among slamic philosophers. On the types and numbers of substances have been presented various views. One of the reasons for this disagreement is that some put Primal Matter among substances And others do not this. People like Abu al-Barakat Baghdadi ...  Read More

Reflecting on the Issue of Predestination and Free will in the History of Imamah Theology

mohammadhossin faryab

Volume 18, Issue 4 , March 2018, Pages 21-46

  Predestination and free will is among the fundamental issues related to other important issues such as the purpose of human creation, the prophetic mission, the appointment of imams and resurrection; therefore, taking the wrong viewpoint on this issue can overshadow the other ones. Adopting a historical ...  Read More

Review of Determinism and free will in the field of mystical teachings

Reza Hoseinifar; Zeinab KHodadad

Volume 18, Issue 4 , March 2018, Pages 47-70

  , Although "Determinism and free will" in its quiddity is a Theology issue, it has also led to mysticism for two reasons: the Theology background of the mystics and the necessity of some mystical teachings. The pursuit of this Theology discussion in the Islamic mysticism has led to a wider range of depth ...  Read More

Philosophy of Jurisprudence and the Problems It May Face

sayyed abolghasem naghibi

Volume 18, Issue 4 , March 2018, Pages 71-86

  Abstract Philosophy of jurisprudence is a branch of additional philosophy in which jurisprudence as the science of legal laws is analyzed and described via detailed reasoning from an outer viewpoint and with an approach of second-degree knowledge. Theoretical analysis of jurisprudence as a science that ...  Read More

Reflecting on the Constellation of Approaches to the Realm of Religion and advancing a Desirable Approach

ali aqajani

Volume 18, Issue 4 , March 2018, Pages 87-106

  The realm of religion is one of the most challenging and influential topics in the political constellation of Islamic societies, especially Iran. Epistemically, several approaches to the realm of religion can be identified. Each one of them has several advantages and disadvantages. The absolute maximal ...  Read More

from the rationality of the hope to the morality of the hope

masoud sadeghi

Volume 18, Issue 4 , March 2018, Pages 107-126

  Hope is one of the most humane phenomena. Among the late philosophers, in particular with the analytic approach, there is a lot of effort to critique the traditional definition of hope. The approach to believing in it is sufficient or inadequate in the definition of hope, as well as the criterion of ...  Read More

Externalist Evidentialism: Sufficient and Nessesary Conditions for Epistemic Justification

Omid Karimzadeh

Volume 18, Issue 4 , March 2018, Pages 127-148

  Some contemporary epistemologists claim that there are two different kinds of epistemic defeat that are respectively called evidence undermining and judgment undermining. Using a thesis called two streams of justification thesis, they argue that in the first case one's justification is completely undermined ...  Read More