The possibility of the occurrence of a special divine act in the world

Saeed Masoumi

Volume 21, Issue 3 , November 2021, Pages 1-24

https://doi.org/10.52547/jipt.2021.220068.1007

Abstract
  When a natural disaster, such as corona, occurs, the question is often asked why God did not intervene to prevent it from happening. In this paper, we address this issue. In specific, the main issue we deal with in the present paper is whether a particular divine act can be carried out in the world. ...  Read More

Examining the Existence and the Nature of "Transcendent Art" from the Perspective of Transcendent Wisdom

Seyed Nuredin Mahmoudi

Volume 21, Issue 3 , November 2021, Pages 25-48

https://doi.org/10.52547/jipt.2021.222217.1092

Abstract
  One of the outstanding features of transcendent wisdom is its attention to beauty in fine arts. From the ontological point of view, Mulla Sadra has looked at art and artistic aesthetics and the relationship between love and art and the abilities hidden in art and has dealt with details that are remarkable ...  Read More

Natural Law and Intrinsic Good and Evil: Analysis and Comparison of Constituents and Level of Efficacy

Mohammad Hossein Ansari Cheshmaeh; Rahim Dehghan; Ebrahim Nouee

Volume 21, Issue 3 , November 2021, Pages 49-70

https://doi.org/10.52547/jipt.2021.221361.1058

Abstract
  In the field of ethics, the theories of natural law and the inherent good and evil are sometimes considered the same. The reason is that the theory of natural law has not been clearly defined and no attempt has been made to identify he differences between the two theories. According to the findings of ...  Read More

The Approach of Some Iranian Authors toward Verification or Falsification of the Theory of Evolution

Bibi Mahdiye Tabatabae; Hadi Samadi

Volume 21, Issue 3 , November 2021, Pages 71-98

https://doi.org/10.52547/jipt.2022.222969.1126

Abstract
  Those Iranian authors who have commented on the verification or falsification of the theory of evolution have approached it in very general way. Two types of explications can make future comments more accurate: first, noticing the fact that this theory consists of several sub-theories:  It seems ...  Read More

Sources and Scope of Imam's Knowledge in "Mashareq Anwar al-Yaqin Bursi"

Omran Panahlo; mohsen ehteshaminiya; abdolmajed talebtash

Volume 21, Issue 3 , November 2021, Pages 99-126

https://doi.org/10.52547/jipt.2021.222884.1125

Abstract
  In the Shiite culture, the Imam has unique virtues, attributes, and his knowledge is beyond the knowledge of ordinery people, because his knowledge has divine origins. In his book titled "Mashareq al-Anwar al-Yaghin fi Asrar al-Amir al-Mu'minin”, Hafiz Rajab Bursi, one of the scholars of the eighth ...  Read More

The Place of Art in Ibn Sina's Ideas and Its Relation to Reason and Mysticism

Bahram Chamsuoraki; nasrollah Hekmat

Volume 21, Issue 3 , November 2021, Pages 127-146

https://doi.org/10.52547/jipt.2021.223085.1133

Abstract
  Man and God constitute the central pillars of Ibn Sina’s ideas. From Ibn Sina’s view, man as an entity in the world of sense objects and the world of intellects and non-material objects is the outcome of creation and the knowledge of God is the essential goal of the world after and the most ...  Read More

Ibn Taymiyyah’s Views on Mystical Perception of “Fixed Entities” (Ayn Sabitah); A Critical Analysis

Reza Jalili; Morteza Khosroshahi

Volume 21, Issue 3 , November 2021, Pages 147-170

https://doi.org/10.52547/jipt.2021.220704.1036

Abstract
  Ibn Taymiyyah claims that “Fixed Entities” should be considered as one of the important pillars of the Unity Theory. He believes that  the stable non-existent and considering it as an object by Ibn Arabi is blasphemous and worse than Eternal Fixed (Sabetate Azali) which stated by Mutazila. ...  Read More