Volume 12 (2024)
Volume 11 (2023)
Volume 10 (2021)
Volume 9 (2020)
Volume 8 (2019)
Volume 7 (2018)
Volume 6 (2017)
Volume 5 (2016)
Volume 4 (2015)
Volume 3 (2014)
Volume 2 (2013)
Volume 1 (2012)
An Assessment of Bruce Reichenbach’s Theodicy on Natural Evils Based on David Chalmers’ View on Possibility and Conceivability

Amir Mohammad Emami; Abdolrasoul Kashfi

Volume 11, Issue 2 , December 2023

Abstract
  The problem of evil is one of the philosophical issues that has been discussed from ancient times to the contemporary period. Bruce Reichenbach is one of the contemporary philosophers who has studied the issue in its various aspects. In response to the probabilistic argument from evil, he develops a ...  Read More

A Critical Study of Nelson Pikes’ View on Contradiction between God’s Omnipotence and Omnibenevolence

Narges Karimi Vaghef; Abdolrasoul Kashfi; MohammadReza Bayat

Volume 10, Issue 2 , March 2022, , Pages 131-154

Abstract
  The contradiction between divine “omnipotence” and “omnibenevolence” is a major debate in philosophy of religion studies. Based on divine omnibenevolence, it is said that “he cannot do immoral actions”.  On the surface, at least, this doctrine appears to be in ...  Read More

Critical Consideration of Bergmann’s Skeptical Theism and Moral Skepticism Impasse

Fateme Saeedi; Abdolrasoul Kashfi; Amirabbas Alizamani

Volume 8, Issue 1 , May 2019, , Pages 1-23

Abstract
  Skeptical theism is one of the theistic responses to the evidential problem of evil. This approach which is included of different ideas, with emphasizing on human cognitive limitations and complicated axiological reality, casts doubt on the claim of gratuitous evil. This article is based on Bergmann’s ...  Read More

A Study of William Hasker’s Views on‘Divine Middle Knowledge’;Based on Thomas Flint’s Standpoints

zahra karandish; Abdolrasoul Kashfi

Volume 3, Issue 1 , February 2015, , Pages 97-125

Abstract
  The theory of middle knowledge is one of the responses to ‘theological fatalism’. The key point of theological fatalism is that if God is Omniscience and knows everything about the future, then the free agents cannot do anything but the one that God had known in eternity; so, they are not ...  Read More