Rivalry of God and Nature in Fakhr Razi's Interpretive Views

ruhallah najafi

Volume 19, Issue 2 , January 0, Pages 1-18

  Fakhr al-Din Razi is one of the pioneers of theology and an eminent commentator of the holy Quran who lived in the sixth and seventh centuries AH. The present study seeks to reveal the relationship between God and nature in Fakhr Razi's interpretive views. In this regard, there is strong evidence showing ...  Read More

Analysis and Critique of Rashid Reza’s Reading of Delegation and Interpretation Regarding Vision of God

Abdollah Mirahmadi

Volume 19, Issue 2 , January 0, Pages 19-40

  The issue of God vision is one of the most challenging topics among Islamic sects which has undergone chnages through the history of theological thinking. From among the different approaches dealing with this issue, two of them, that is, delegation and interpretation have attracted more attention from ...  Read More

A critique on epistemological basics of eliminative materialism

mohammad mehdi hatami; reza sadeqi

Volume 19, Issue 2 , January 0, Pages 41-60

  The eliminative materialism does not accept behavior explanation based on mental states and puts emphasis that human behavior should be explained just based nervous events. The supporter of this view, for the rejection of belief in mental states, call folk view which is against neuroscience. The following ...  Read More

Explanation of Innate Substantial Movement and Man’s Volition

Mohammad javad Nasr; mohammadali dibaji

Volume 19, Issue 2 , January 0, Pages 61-82

  The belief in the substantial movement of existents, including human beings, is an important basis upon which Mulla Sadra is distinguished from other philosophers preceding him. In some statements in his works, Mulla Sadra has put forward two types of movement, one is the innate movement and the other ...  Read More

Basic Principles of Islamic Anthropology and Its Implications for Family Lifestyle

zari pishgar; morteza semnoon; seedmohammadesmaeil seedhashemy

Volume 19, Issue 2 , January 0, Pages 83-110

  The lifestyle in its preliminary form, can be considered as a package of behavioral styles with patterned choices, through which people can signify their own identity and its differences and similarities with others’ identities. The man’s conception of the world, God, one’s self, the ...  Read More

The First Ruler of the Virtuous City in Al-Farabi's Thought and Its Philosophical Foundations

Roohollah Fadaei; Reza Akbarian

Volume 19, Issue 2 , January 0, Pages 111-128

  The theory of the first ruler of the Virtuous City is one of the most important subjects of al-Farabi's political science. Using the method of text-oriented analytic interpretation, firstly, sixteen epistemic and non-epistemic characteristics of the first ruler are extracted; the most prominent of which ...  Read More

Study of the relationship between "philosophy of education" and modern Islamic civilization, based on the Supreme Leader views

fatemeh vojdani

Volume 19, Issue 2 , January 0, Pages 129-152

  The creation of a new Islamic civilization as the ideal of the Islamic Republic of Iran is more taken into consideration in scientific circles in recent years. The interdisciplinary nature of "civilization research" also emphasizes the necessity of addressing this category from a variety of dimensions. ...  Read More