Sadra's wisdom and human gender: An analysis based on some ontological, anthropological, and epistemological foundations

reza rezazadeh

Volume 19, Issue 1 , January 0, Pages 1-20

  The purpose of this article is to examine the gender issue by emphasizing ontology, anthropology, and epistemology of Mulla Sadra. Although Mulla Sadra did not directly address the gender issue, but considering its ontological, human-cognitive and epistemological foundations, he can refer to some of ...  Read More

mElicitation of Various Models of Certainty in View of the Inner Possibilities of Transcendental Wisdom

abdollah salavati

Volume 19, Issue 1 , January 0, Pages 21-38

  Elicitation of Various Models of Certainty in View of the Inner Possibilities of Transcendental Wisdom In contemporary epistemology, it has been posited about its certainty and its relation to the knowledge of various scholars and opinions: some have considered the certainty as the basis of knowledge, ...  Read More

A Comparative Study of the Theological Thought of Ibn Teymeyyah with Those of Orthodox Shi’ites on the Basis of Um-al-Salameh's Narrations from the Holy Prophet of Islam

aliasgar banihasan; mohammadmahdi babapour; naser rafei

Volume 19, Issue 1 , January 0, Pages 39-58

  Due to the prominence of the opposition of Ibn teymeyh's thoughts with other Islamic sects especially Orthodox Shia and by a consideration of religious sects approximation, creating unity, and removing incorrect thoughts in an unbiased way, we have tried to study several issues comparatively based on ...  Read More

Salafiyyah’s Internal Challenges in devising Theological and Ideological Foundations with a Focus on the Phenomenon of Excommunication (Takfir)

hamid imandar; hossin zafari

Volume 19, Issue 1 , January 0, Pages 59-84

  The specific interpretation of the concept of excommunication (Takfir) and the designation of its applications are the major sources of the extremist Jihadist Salafism. It should be emphasized that the bases of the mentioned flaw in the context of defining excommunication are in contradiction with the ...  Read More

Investigating the Shiite theological approach to the place of expediency in deducing religious rules

ali qasemi; seyyed mohammad moosavi bojnoordi; davood mohammadjani

Volume 19, Issue 1 , January 0, Pages 85-100

  One of the basic principles in the inference of religious rules in Shia jurisprudence is the principle of expediency. The justification of expediency as the source of the inference of religious law is based on the verbal foundations of this principle. This paper examines the place of interest in ijtihad ...  Read More

The position of Sacred Scripture in the role of the prophet's coordinates

mohammad Abbaszadeh Jahromi

Volume 19, Issue 1 , January 0, Pages 101-120

  The prophet's coordinates refer to those attributes of the prophet who separate him from other human beings and can be summed up in revelation, infallibility and miracles. In this article, we are going to explain the origin of anthropology of these prophetic coordinates in a library and analytical method ...  Read More

Pure Tranquility (Tuma’nina): Investigating the Possibility of Non-intentional Mental States

Adel Meghdadian; masoud sadeghi

Volume 19, Issue 1 , January 0, Pages 121-136

  The existence of pure and non-intentional mental states, especially pure consciousness, is one of the issues which can be located where philosophy of mind and philosophy of mysticism coincide. Most of states and stations proposed by mystics have adjuncts. However, there are also some mystical states ...  Read More