Call for Papers


"the  Interaction of science and philosophy in the present age"

 In ancient Greece, Islamic civilization, and the Middle Ages, philosophy was the dominant science. But nearly a century after the advent of modern science, in the late seventeenth century, some empirical schools emerged that cared only about information from the human senses. This trend gained momentum with the rise of the school of positivism in the first half of the nineteenth century, and philosophy formally withdrew from the scientific community, and this trend continued until the end of the twentieth century. But in the second half of the twentieth century, some schools of philosophy of science emerged, the result of which was to show the importance of the role of philosophy in the experimental sciences. In the last two or three decades, this movement, in close collaboration with some elite philosophers and physicists, has led to the revival of philosophy at some of the top Western universities, such as Oxford and Cambridge in the United Kingdom and Columbia and Yale in the United States. Unfortunately, these developments have not been transferred to most of the western universities and our universities. In the contemporary natural sciences, philosophy and metaphysical propositions are directly or indirectly present in various theories. On the other hand, paying attention to the developments of experimental sciences can contribute to the evolution and development of philosophical schools. It is important that the position of philosophy and science, their limits of validity, and how they interact are well known, because the story of science and philosophy and their relationship to each other is like the story of the birds and Hudhud in the story of Simorgh Attar, when they come together Simorgh Constitute (constitute the whole or the ultimate truth). The purpose of publishing this special issue is to present some new developments in this field in order to establish a holistic attitude to understand this interaction. The  main topics of CFP are:
  The interrelationship of philosophy and science
Investigating the effects of limiting philosophies (such as positivism) on science
  Historical study of the impact of naturalism in contemporary science
Historical study of the role of philosophy in the production of scientific theories
  The growth of supernatural views in recent decades 
The role of philosophy in basic sciences Why does physics need metaphysical principles
Philosophy and cosmology
Philosophy and Biology 
Darwin''s philosophy and theory of evolution 
Philosophy and cognitive sciences 
The interrelationship of philosophy and neuroscience
Philosophy and mathematics 
The role of philosophy in engineering sciences
What is the role of philosophy in engineering sciences
The role of technology in creating new approaches in philosophy
The role of philosophy in medical sciences
The position and effect of philosophy in clinical medicine 
Modern medicine and philosophy
Meaning of body, disease, health
Medicine and psychiatry and phenomenological methods 
The relationship between philosophy and humanities 
Philosophy and sociology
Philosophy and law
Philosophy and economics
Philosophy and geography
Philosophy and literature 
Philosophy and the Arts
Philosophy and visual arts
Philosophy and architecture
Philosophy and film
 Opportunity to submit articles: until the end of September 2021
Publication time of accepted articles:Issue 36 and issue 37 / autumn and winter 2021
Language of articles: English and Persian
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Current Issue: Volume 15, Issue 35, articles, Summer 2021, Pages 1-410 

5. The Critique of the Anthropological Dimensions of Prayer from Vincent Brommer's Perspective

Pages 81-96


Marveh Dolatabadi; Eainollah Khademi; AmirHossein Mansouri Nouri; Zeinab Darvishi

9. Hermeneutic Approach to Quantum Learning

Pages 159-181


Ehsan Sabaghi Noushabadi; Hassan Rastegarpour; Majid AliAsgari

11. Comparison of Pseudo-Dionysius and Suhrawardi's views on beauty

Pages 203-225


Parvaneh Gharib Garkani; Esmaeil BaniArdalan; Shamsolmolouk Mostafavi

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