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Research Paper
Immortality in the Christian Physicalistic Theology: 
A Critical Survey
Immortality in the Christian Physicalistic Theology: A Critical Survey

Hasan Ahmadizade; Tayyebe Gholami

Volume 11, Issue 20 , August 2017, Pages 1-22

Abstract
  Physicalistic Theology is a term that has no exact definition in theologian views. In the 20th century some of Christian thinkers on theology, like Nancy Murphy and Peter van Inwagen, ...  Read More
Research Paper
Phenomenology of the Aesthetic Experience of place: Case Study Naqsh-e-Jahan Square
Phenomenology of the Aesthetic Experience of place: Case Study Naqsh-e-Jahan Square

Monireh Panjtani; Yazdan Mansourian; Mahtab Mobini

Volume 11, Issue 20 , August 2017, Pages 23-60

Abstract
  The present study attempts to investigate this concept through a phenomenological study of the lived experience of the visitors of Naghsh-e-Jahan monuments at summer time of 1393. Apart ...  Read More
Research Paper
The nature and workings of sacred intellect from the perspective of Avicenna
The nature and workings of sacred intellect from the perspective of Avicenna

Enollah Khademi; Arefeh Poushian Jouybari

Volume 11, Issue 20 , August 2017, Pages 61-90

Abstract
  Sacred intellect in Avicenna, a degree of rationality in which the highest form of communication is done with the intellectual world. Reasonable time to the times of human rationality ...  Read More
Research Paper
Intentionality and Representation in the dialogue between Dreyfus and Searle
Intentionality and Representation in the dialogue between Dreyfus and Searle

mohamad hosein mohamad ali khalaj; Ata Heshmati

Volume 11, Issue 20 , August 2017, Pages 91-116

Abstract
  Dialogue between Dreyfus, as the biggest American commentator of Heidegger and Merleau- Ponty, and Searle, as one of the biggest analytic philosophers, started at the seventies. According ...  Read More
Research Paper
The Role of Phenomenology of Merleau- ponty in Medicine
The Role of Phenomenology of Merleau- ponty in Medicine

Somayeh Rafighi; Mohammad Asghari

Volume 11, Issue 20 , August 2017, Pages 117-140

Abstract
  Today, phenomenology, with an emphasis on direct explanations with regard to the lived experience of people is interest of different areas. With emphasis on body, Merleau- Ponty's phenomenology ...  Read More
Research Paper
Non-realism approach Wittgenstein's Criticism of religious beliefs
Non-realism approach Wittgenstein's Criticism of religious beliefs

Abdolrahim Fatemi

Volume 11, Issue 20 , August 2017, Pages 179-196

Abstract
  In Wittgenstein’s view, religious beliefs use an image; they are commitments which are unshakably everlasting and have the potentiality to give order to whole life. It is hardly ...  Read More
Research Paper
A/theology: Emphasizing on inevitability of Theology
A/theology: Emphasizing on inevitability of Theology

Hassan Fatzadeh; Samira Taheri

Volume 11, Issue 20 , August 2017, Pages 197-210

Abstract
  The age of the sign is essentially theological. The system that is based on a basic concept, a concept that shapes the circulation of signs, is essentially theological. This central ...  Read More
Research Paper
Active (agent) Intellect and Perfect nature in Illuminative wisdom and shied thought
Active (agent) Intellect and Perfect nature in Illuminative wisdom and shied thought

Tahereh Kamalizadeh; Fatemeh Asghari

Volume 11, Issue 20 , August 2017, Pages 211-230

Abstract
  Question: In Islamic philosophy, Active Intellect is Peripatetic tenth intellect. Also in Peripatetic epistemology, Potential human intellect, acts by unification or conjunction with ...  Read More
Research Paper
Truth of Theoretical Identity Statements in Natural Sciences
Truth of Theoretical Identity Statements in Natural Sciences

Mahmoud Mokhtari

Volume 11, Issue 20 , August 2017, Pages 231-248

Abstract
  This article is aimed to rephrase and critique the arguments presented by Joseph LaPorte about the truth of theoretical identity statements in natural sciences. LaPorte is classified ...  Read More
Research Paper
Aristotle and the Theory of Decision (Prohairesis)
Aristotle and the Theory of Decision (Prohairesis)

Mjid Mollayousefi; Leila Shirkhani

Volume 11, Issue 20 , August 2017, Pages 249-264

Abstract
  The term of prohairesis was systematically entered in philosophical debates by Aristotle. This concept is generally translated as intention, will, purpose, choice, purposive choice, ...  Read More
Research Paper
A Critique of Frege’s View on the True essence and the Inessential Properties of Thought
A Critique of Frege’s View on the True essence and the Inessential Properties of Thought

Said Mousavi Karimi; Alireza Maleki

Volume 11, Issue 20 , August 2017, Pages 265-282

Abstract
  Philosophy of language and its problems are among the most important and challengeable topics in contemporary philosophical thought. Discussion about the sense of a sentence is one ...  Read More
Research Paper
Phusis and Nomos in Plato
Phusis and Nomos in Plato

zahra noorisangedehi

Volume 11, Issue 20 , August 2017, Pages 283-311

Abstract
  One of the greatest problems in Plato that appears in different forms in his works is the relation of nomos and phusis. This thesis has been in fifth century B.C as the contradiction ...  Read More
Research Paper
Leibniz: The Birthplace of Modern Aesthetics
Leibniz: The Birthplace of Modern Aesthetics

Masoud Olya; Mani Rashtipour

Volume 11, Issue 20 , August 2017, Pages 155-175

Abstract
  Leibniz’s philosophy has been subject to many studies, but few have addressed aesthetic aspects of his theory. What Leibniz has written concerning aesthetic issues is scattered ...  Read More
Research Paper
New Version (Non-Aristotelian) of Man, God, and World in Descartes’ System of Thought
New Version (Non-Aristotelian) of Man, God, and World in Descartes’ System of Thought

Mustafa Shahraeeni

Volume 11, Issue 20 , August 2017

Abstract
  Descartes is known as the Father of Modern philosophy; but it must be considered that why this title is justified for Descartes. He provides us in his philosophy with a new, innovative ...  Read More