The arguments and teleological discussions of Allameh Helli on the human identity and the possibility of nonexistent restoration at judgment day

Ali Afzali; Maryam Shadi

Volume 3, Issue 1 , February 2015, , Pages 43-65

  The human identity and the possibility of the restoration or resurrection of destroyed beings, at judgment day, is one of the most important and at the same time most challenging issues in philosophical and theological discussions of Islamic thought. This issue has been discussed in different versions ...  Read More

The Question of the Relation between God and Nature in Wittgenstein’s Early Thoughts

Hamidreza Ayatollahy; Maryam Shadi

Volume 2, Issue 2 , January 2014, , Pages 1-19

  The question about the relation of God and the nature is one of the most intricate but less prevailed philosophic thoughts of Ludwig Wittgenstein, a proper understanding of which is helpful in acquiring a thorough knowledge of his theories. In early thoughts of Wittgenstein, God does not preserve a natural ...  Read More

Clifford’ human cognitive rights; The principles and the domains

Ghasem Porhasan; Maryam Shadi

Volume 2, Issue 3 , January 2014, , Pages 15-36

  One of the central concerns or problems in epistemology is the methods by which man attains his belief(s), and one of the most important answers to this problem is presented by W.K Clifford. By propounding ‘strong evidentialism’ Clifford plays main role to construct a new foundation to belief ...  Read More