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Research Paper
The Competence of the existent world and the problem of evil in Ibn Sina and Molla Sadra
The Competence of the existent world and the problem of evil in Ibn Sina and Molla Sadra
Volume 1, Issue 199 , September 2006, Pages 1-20

Abstract
  The main question of our paper is: how Ibn-sina and Mulla-Sadra demonstrate the completeness of the existent world, despite the evils which we see clearly in that? Our answer is that ...  Read More
Research Paper
Logical Paradoxes
Logical Paradoxes

Reza Rasouli Sharabiani

Volume 1, Issue 199 , September 2006, Pages 21-43

Abstract
  Logical paradoxes are self vicious reference sentences that are there lies contradiction in assumption of both its truthfulness and its falsity, hence. For the reason that logical paradoxes ...  Read More
Research Paper
The Philosophy of Modernism and Role in Education
The Philosophy of Modernism and Role in Education

Khalil Soltanolghorai

Volume 1, Issue 199 , September 2006, Pages 45-72

Abstract
  In the realm of education, self-confidence and belief in the importance of thinking and human inference are very significant and basic. Without ignoring the importance of other methods ...  Read More
Research Paper
Intellect in Ibn-e Arabi Point of View
Intellect in Ibn-e Arabi Point of View

Majid Sadeghi Hassan Abadi

Volume 1, Issue 199 , September 2006, Pages 73-98

Abstract
  Intellect is the most important characteristic of human and a valuable tool to understand realities. As philosophers emphasize more on it especially to understand metaphysics matters ...  Read More
Research Paper
Plato's Accusation or Cornford's! A critical Survey
Plato's Accusation or Cornford's! A critical Survey

Majid Sadr-e Mjles

Volume 1, Issue 199 , September 2006, Pages 99-126

Abstract
  The present essay inquires cornford’s view about Plato’s accusation. According to this accusation, Plato in Theaetetus wrongly introduces Protagoras as a thinker who believes ...  Read More
Research Paper
The Role of Primacy of Existence and Analogical Gradation on Substantial Movement's Theory
The Role of Primacy of Existence and Analogical Gradation on Substantial Movement's Theory

Mohsen Kadivar; Maryam Khoshdel Rouhani

Volume 1, Issue 199 , September 2006, Pages 127-153

Abstract
  According to the theory of Molla Sadra, primacy of existence (esalat-e wujood) constitutes reality. Existence is one but graded in intensity. These (tashkik-e wujood) two principles ...  Read More
Research Paper
Reason's Critical Analise in Transcendental Philosophy
Reason's Critical Analise in Transcendental Philosophy

Mohsen Kadivar; Maryam Salem

Volume 1, Issue 199 , September 2006, Pages 155-174

Abstract
  Reasons have classified in tow hierarchy in transcendental philosophy, in length and in width all of them are possible, extensive, unique, independent, eternal, wise, general and not ...  Read More