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Research Paper
Descartes' Doubt as a 'Theory'
Descartes' Doubt as a 'Theory'

Masoud Omid

Volume 5, Issue 9 , November 2011, Pages 1-16

Abstract
  This article investigates the problem of doubt in Descartes' philosophy from a different viewpoint. I tried to answer the question that if it is possible to have a maximal sight to ...  Read More
Research Paper
The Concept of Play in Gadamer as an Alternative for Aesthetic Consciousness
The Concept of Play in Gadamer as an Alternative for Aesthetic Consciousness

Abdollah Amini; Yusof Shagul

Volume 5, Issue 9 , November 2011, Pages 17-41

Abstract
  The main subject of this paper is to scrutinize the concept of "play" in Gadamer’s aesthetics. The main question is to what extent Gadamer’s concept of play, in the realm ...  Read More
Research Paper
Explanation of Interdisciplinary Approach Based on
  Epistemology of Al-Hikmat Al-Muta'li
Explanation of Interdisciplinary Approach Based on Epistemology of Al-Hikmat Al-Muta'li

Mohsen Imani; Khosrow Bagheri; Alireza Sadeghzadeh; Kianush Mohammadi Ruzbehani

Volume 5, Issue 9 , November 2011, Pages 43-67

Abstract
  Interdisciplinarity approach is one of the newest to the knowledge. One of the contemporary necessities of interdisciplinarity approach to the knowledge is its philosophical explanation. ...  Read More
Research Paper
Passionate Desire for Ascending to the Top:
The Roof of Morality on the Pillars of Interest
Passionate Desire for Ascending to the Top: The Roof of Morality on the Pillars of Interest

Shirzad Peykherfeh

Volume 5, Issue 9 , November 2011, Pages 69-88

Abstract
  There are three general approaches in moral philosophy toward the demandingness of morality: maximalist morality, moderate morality and minimalist morality. However, moderate morality, ...  Read More
Research Paper
Avicenna and Augustine on the problem of evil
Avicenna and Augustine on the problem of evil

Khali Sultangorae Sultangorae; Hossein Atashi; Zahra Elmi

Volume 5, Issue 9 , November 2011, Pages 89-106

Abstract
  Both Avicenna and Augustine were the greatest philosophers and theologians, and because of being theologians, they considered the problem of evil from the window of their devotion to ...  Read More
Research Paper
Being for Others from Sartre's Viewpoint
Being for Others from Sartre's Viewpoint

Mustafa Shahraeini; Raziyeh Zeynali

Volume 5, Issue 9 , November 2011, Pages 107-128

Abstract
    The relation between subject and object is the main concern for Jean-paul Sartre, especially in his Being and Nothingness. Thus, he first of all divides Being into two categories: ...  Read More
Research Paper
An Analysis of the
An Analysis of the "Digression" in Plato's Theaetetus

Majid Sadrmajles

Volume 5, Issue 9 , November 2011, Pages 129-145

Abstract
    The “Digression” in Plato’s Theaetetus (172-177) compares between philosopher’s life and orator’s of which I’m going to render an analytic ...  Read More
Research Paper
Opposition of Ego-Other: Aporia of Ethics
Opposition of Ego-Other: Aporia of Ethics

Hassan Fathzadeh

Volume 5, Issue 9 , November 2011, Pages 147-159

Abstract
  “Understanding the other” is the paradoxical point of ethics: without it no ethics is possible, and with it I would take away the other it’s alterity. Modern philosophy ...  Read More
Research Paper
Human Flourishing from the Foot's
Viewpoint Regarding to Aristotle's Ideas
Human Flourishing from the Foot's Viewpoint Regarding to Aristotle's Ideas

Majid Mollayousefi Mollayousefi; Hamideh Aflatooni Aflatooni

Volume 5, Issue 9 , November 2011, Pages 161-176

Abstract
    Aristotle's virtue ethics is a teleological ethics, namely, for him, the purpose of achieving moral virtues by human beings is to obtain eudaimonia. The best interpretation of ...  Read More
Research Paper
The Distinction Between Nomenon and Phenomenon
The Distinction Between Nomenon and Phenomenon

Yusof Nouzohoor; Jalal Peikani

Volume 5, Issue 9 , November 2011, Pages 177-199

Abstract
  One of the most famous constituents of kant's critical philosophy is distinguishing between knowable and unknowable realm. We want to illustrate characteristics which distinct Kant's ...  Read More