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Research Paper
The Evolution of Patterns of Sciences Differentiation According to Muslim Scholars
The Evolution of Patterns of Sciences Differentiation According to Muslim Scholars

Hamed Mostafavi Fard

Volume 10, Issue 18 , June 2016, Pages 125-152

Abstract
  The oldest pattern of sciences differentiation is owned by Aristotle, which promoted by Muslim philosophers. But over time, its inefficiency became evident for Muslim scholars, especially ...  Read More
Research Paper
Paul Masson-Oursel's Reading of Comparative Philosophy
Paul Masson-Oursel's Reading of Comparative Philosophy

Mohammad Sina Mirzaei; Mostafa Shahraeeni

Volume 10, Issue 18 , June 2016, Pages 153-169

Abstract
  Masson Oursel is considered as the father of comparative (or as some believe, compared) philosophy. His work is influenced by two main stream of thought in the early twentieth century: ...  Read More
Research Paper
Separate Material Intellect in Philosophy of Averroes
Separate Material Intellect in Philosophy of Averroes

Ali Qorbani Sini

Volume 10, Issue 18 , June 2016, Pages 171-187

Abstract
  In Aristotle works, the essence of intellect faced with ambiguous. Peripatetic philosophers, specially, Ibn Rushd (Averroës), have been tried to clear it. Ibn Rushd knows material ...  Read More
Research Paper
Moral Luck from Bernard Williams' Point of View
Moral Luck from Bernard Williams' Point of View

Zahra Khazaei; Fatemeh Tamaddon

Volume 10, Issue 18 , June 2016, Pages 189-218

Abstract
  Moral luck is an important issue in meta- ethics that because of its conflict with principle of control would face to challenge moral assessment, moral judgment and moral responsibility. ...  Read More
Research Paper
The status of
The status of "Anthropology" in Kant's moral system

Azam Mohseni; Yousef Shaghoul

Volume 10, Issue 18 , June 2016, Pages 219-241

Abstract
  Establishing an efficient moral discipline depends on the accurate and comprehensive recognition of the human nature as the morality subject. In fact, the necessary precondition of ...  Read More
Research Paper
The Meaning of Life in Plato's Philosophy with Emphasis on the Doctrin of the
The Meaning of Life in Plato's Philosophy with Emphasis on the Doctrin of the "Form of Good"

Parvaneh Aghaei Togh; Majid Sadremajles; Hassan Fathi

Volume 10, Issue 18 , June 2016, Pages 243-264

Abstract
  The question of the "meaning of life" and its answer, is one of the most important concerns of the human mind. Some argue that research of the meaning of life in fact is the study of ...  Read More
Research Paper
Studying and Analysis of the Relationship between Human Perfection and Vertical and Horizontal Spheres of Life in Mulla Sadra's Philosophy
Studying and Analysis of the Relationship between Human Perfection and Vertical and Horizontal Spheres of Life in Mulla Sadra's Philosophy

Hossein Zamaniha

Volume 10, Issue 18 , June 2016, Pages 265-282

Abstract
  Human life, contrary to other beings, has different vertical and horizontal spheres, Islamic philosophers traditionally using different sources such as those adopted from Greek philosophers, ...  Read More
Research Paper
Gelassenheit and the problem of the will in heidegger's philosophy
Gelassenheit and the problem of the will in heidegger's philosophy

Mahdi Kord Noghani

Volume 10, Issue 18 , June 2016, Pages 283-307

Abstract
  In Heidegger’s philosophy, the problem of “will” is crucially significant. Indeed, this problem can be traced from Being and Time to Heidegger’s later works. ...  Read More
Research Paper
Being and the problem of symbolic language (examination of Tillich's theory of symbolism)
Being and the problem of symbolic language (examination of Tillich's theory of symbolism)

Shima Shahriari

Volume 10, Issue 18 , June 2016, Pages 309-328

Abstract
  Paul Tillich is one of the most influential Christian philosophers and theologians in the twentieth century. His new theory about speaking of God is known as the theory of symbolism. ...  Read More
Research Paper
The Study of Rationality and Faith in Robert Audi
The Study of Rationality and Faith in Robert Audi

Alireza Dorri Nogoorani

Volume 10, Issue 18 , June 2016, Pages 329-357

Abstract
  Robert Audi, well-known American epistemologist, has a distinctive approach toward the rationality of faith which is worth studying. Audi attempts to differentiate non-doxastic propositional ...  Read More