Volume 15 (2021)
Volume 14 (2020)
Volume 13 (2019)
Volume 12 (2018)
Volume 11 (2017)
Volume 10 (2016)
Volume 9 (2015)
Volume 8 (2014)
Volume 7 (2013)
Volume 6 (2012)
Volume 5 (2011)
Volume 4 (2010)
Volume 3 (2009)
Volume 1 (2007)
Research Paper
Karl Popper and Evolutionary Concept of Epistemology
1. Karl Popper and Evolutionary Concept of Epistemology

Ebrahim Ashni Alvandi; Majid Akbari Dehagi

Volume 2, Issue 205 , Autumn 2008, Pages 1-22

Abstract
  Epistemology and its formational trend have been always one of the discussions in various parts of science; and nowadays modern sciences have plentiful effects on the process of epistemological ...  Read More
Research Paper
Freedom and the possible worlds from the viewpoint of Leibniz
2. Freedom and the possible worlds from the viewpoint of Leibniz

Mohammad Ali Ejei; Amrolla Moeen

Volume 2, Issue 205 , Autumn 2008, Pages 23-53

Abstract
  One of the most important topics in Leibniz's thoughts is thoughs is the nature of freedom. Here, he attempted to develop an analysis of freedom by which he can show how God and human ...  Read More
Research Paper
Hermeneutics as general art of interpretation in Schleiermacher’s viewpoint
3. Hermeneutics as general art of interpretation in Schleiermacher’s viewpoint

Hossein Kalbasi; Gholam Hossein Ahmadi

Volume 2, Issue 205 , Autumn 2008, Pages 55-77

Abstract
  In this assay, I am going to introduce Schleiermacher’s hermeneutics. hermeneutics, from its beginning in the Greek tradition up till eighteen century, ha been applied to serve ...  Read More
Research Paper
An Analysis of Meinong’s Theory of Objects
4. An Analysis of Meinong’s Theory of Objects

Leila Kian khah; Mohammad Saeedi Mehr

Volume 2, Issue 205 , Autumn 2008, Pages 79-106

Abstract
  Alexius Meinong is one of the contemporary analytic philosophers who has enormously influenced his successors. His philosophy was in some features affected by the Greek philosophical ...  Read More
Research Paper
Truth and nullity (nothingness) in Mowlavi and Heidegger
5. Truth and nullity (nothingness) in Mowlavi and Heidegger

Mahmood Navali

Volume 2, Issue 205 , Autumn 2008, Pages 107-124

Abstract
  It can be seen that the most new and contemporary thoughts, through the comparative studies, have been somehow pt forward sporadically but clearly by mystics and some Iranian philosophers. ...  Read More
Research Paper
The Theory of Conventional Conceptions and its Theoretical and practical Effects
6. The Theory of Conventional Conceptions and its Theoretical and practical Effects

Hamidreza Hashemi

Volume 2, Issue 205 , Autumn 2008, Pages 125-156

Abstract
  The theory of authentic conceptions, in its general form, is a new theory introduced by the Great Interpreter and Moslem theosophist the late all knowing Mohammad Hussein Tabataba’ee ...  Read More
Research Paper
On Pol Vandevelde’s
7. On Pol Vandevelde’s "A Critique of Gadamer''s Critical Pluralism": Some Questions

Alireza Azadi

Volume 2, Issue 205 , Autumn 2008, Pages 1-17

Abstract
  Perhaps it is not more than four or five decades that the hermeneutics of Heidegger and Gadamer is recognized by the scholars, but during this short period, we have seen tempestuous ...  Read More