Agha Ali Hakim’s Reading of Ontological Argument in Proving the God Existence

morteza pouyan; Mohammad saeedimehr; Reza Akbarian; mohammad ali hojjati

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2015, , Pages 25-35

  Meanwhile Agha Ali Hakim was writing his interpretation on Asfar, wrote a thesis in which he presented a reading of ontological argument which he called creative and unique in the world of Islam and among Hekmat-E- Motealie’ s followers. He presented the reading through four considerations from ...  Read More

Representation - Interpretation Theory in Farabi's Thought as a Language Tool for Linking Religion and Philosophy

Zoheir Ansarian; Reza Akbarian; Lotfollah Nabavi

Volume 2, Issue 2 , January 2014, , Pages 35-58

  Farabi's view about the relationship between religion and philosophy can be studied in two stages: the creation and understanding stages. The relationship between religion and philosophy in the creation stage has different dimensions, some of which consider philosophy and religion as identical and some ...  Read More

Augustine's Solution to the Problem of Original Sin on the Basis of Faith and Grace Principles

Zahra Mahmoud Kelayeh; Reza Akbarian; Mohammad Sa’idi Mehr; reza akbari

Volume 2, Issue 1 , January 2013, , Pages 87-104

  It can be said that Augustine's cardinal problem in his whole intellectual life was finding an answer to the crucial question that what had made attaining happiness for human being so difficult or even impossible. Augustine's answer was sin. Having this answer in mind, he attempted to find a solution ...  Read More