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Research Paper
Lukasiewicz’s Symbolic System for Aristotle’s Logic
Lukasiewicz’s Symbolic System for Aristotle’s Logic

Davud Heidari

Volume 4, Issue 216 , July 2010, Pages 1-29

Abstract
  This article deals with Lukasiewicz’s view of Aristotle's syllogistic. His fundamental work on the syllogism is Aristotle's Syllogistic from the Standpoint of Modern Formal Logic. ...  Read More
Research Paper
»Meditation's «Genre Pertinence with Deseartes' Analetical Method in Meditations
»Meditation's «Genre Pertinence with Deseartes' Analetical Method in Meditations

Mustafa Shahraeini

Volume 4, Issue 216 , July 2010, Pages 31-48

Abstract
  No single text in philosophy is more widely read than Descartes' Meditations. It is a mainstay of the philosophical curriculum in each department of philosophy and has been studied ...  Read More
Research Paper
A Critical Veiw on Copleston's Report of the Platonic Ideas
A Critical Veiw on Copleston's Report of the Platonic Ideas

Majid SadrMajles

Volume 4, Issue 216 , July 2010, Pages 49-80

Abstract
  F. Copleston is an outstanding historian of philosophy and his name associates "A History of Philosophy" including 11 volumes. The work is an academic research. At first volume (Greece ...  Read More
Research Paper
A look at the place of “Transcendental” in Kant’s Theoretical Philosophy
(Regarding some of its instances in Kant’s Critique of pure reason)
A look at the place of “Transcendental” in Kant’s Theoretical Philosophy (Regarding some of its instances in Kant’s Critique of pure reason)

Ali Akbar Abdolabadi

Volume 4, Issue 216 , July 2010, Pages 81-103

Abstract
  The concept of “Transcendental” is the most fundamental concept of Kant’s theoretical philosophy. Hence, understanding Kant’s epistemology is based on understanding ...  Read More
Research Paper
A Study of the Problem of Evil in Leibniz’s Thought
A Study of the Problem of Evil in Leibniz’s Thought

Ali Fath Taheri

Volume 4, Issue 216 , July 2010, Pages 105-129

Abstract
  Observing the flaws and defects in the world and the pains and sufferings that are drived from them, i.e., the existence of the evil in the world, have engaged the mind of everyone. ...  Read More
Research Paper
The Contact Between Mechanism and Teleology in Kant's Philosophy
The Contact Between Mechanism and Teleology in Kant's Philosophy

Reza Mahoozi

Volume 4, Issue 216 , July 2010, Pages 131-153

Abstract
  Kant shows a picture of mechanical nature in Newtonian Physics in Critique of Pure Reason and Prolegomena. One of the basic elements of this picture is principle of causality. This ...  Read More
Research Paper
Examining the Relation between Deontologism and Consequentialism
Examining the Relation between Deontologism and Consequentialism

Mohammad Javad Movahhedi

Volume 4, Issue 216 , July 2010, Pages 155-179

Abstract
  Deontological theories are better understood in contrast to cosequentialist theories and are commonly used in moral philos­ophy to refer to non-cosequentialist moral concep­tions. ...  Read More