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)
Explaining the Main Views about the Meaning of Life according to Thaddeus Metz and Evaluating Them and a new view about the Meaningful Life

Hamidreza Ayatollahy

Volume 11, Issue 1 , June 2022, , Pages 1-33

  The answer to the question of the meaning of life has been the concern of many philosophers and thinkers. Some like Nietzsche, Schopenhauer, and Sartre have not given any meaning to life. But many others have tried to give different answers to this question and show with arguments that their point of ...  Read More

Critical Analysis of Sigmund Freud’s Psychological Principles regarding religion

Gholam Hossein Khedri

Volume 10, Issue 2 , March 2022, , Pages 1-19

  The psychological illustration and analysis (search in hidden layers of unconscious psyche) of historical roots and nature of belief in God from the view point of Freud (1856-1939), the Austrian psychotherapist, is still among the dominant views in the realm of psychotherapy of God and is one of the ...  Read More

Investigating the concept of God in Enneads and OTHEOLOGIA

hasan abasi hasan Abadi

Volume 8, Issue 2 , March 2020, , Pages 1-18

  The discussion of the concept of God is obtained by examining the attributes of God and its relation to the essence and existence of God. Each of the philosophers before Plotinus, according to their own foundations, examined this issue. Our Question is that how to explain concept of God in OTHEOLOGIA ...  Read More

The concept of God in Paul's thought

Ghorban Elmi

Volume 8, Issue 2 , March 2020, , Pages 41-64

  This article examines the concept of God in St. Paul’s thought, by applying historical, lexical and theological studies of his epistles and what Acts of apostles has said about him. Research findings show that belief in the true One God is the sole foundation of Paul's thought. But this only God ...  Read More

The possibility of Heidegger believing in God

Fatemeh Mohammad; Mohammad Akvan

Volume 8, Issue 2 , March 2020, , Pages 109-130

  This paper aims to assess and clarify Heidegger's attitude towards God by means of describing and analyzing Heidegger's works. Thus the main question is that would it be possible to assert that Heidegger believed in God and considered deity out of its orthodox from thought he kept silent about it? Although ...  Read More

Critical assessment and analysis miracles as a problem of Evil from the point of view of James A. Keller

bashar mamedov; Mohammad Mohammad Rezaei

Volume 9, Issue 2 , January 2020, , Pages 245-268

  The problem of evil and the problem of miracles are among the most important issues in the philosophy of religion. J.L Mackey, William L. Rowe and other philosophers raise the problem of the logic of evil and the problem of evidence of evil, while James A.Keller proposes the problem of miracles as the ...  Read More

the other and ethic in kirekegaard's view

Razieh Zeinaly; AmirAbbas Alizamani

Volume 8, Issue 1 , May 2019, , Pages 37-62

  The main purpose of this article is to discuss of the Other and its relationship with Human person in Kierkegaard's view. Our chief question in this article is whether we know ourselves in the mirror of the other or if the other is a barrier and hindrance to our cognition of ourselves. In this paper, ...  Read More

Analysis and Criticism of Ontological Argument

Mehdi Abbaszadeh

Volume 5, Issue 2 , January 2017, , Pages 87-108

  Ontological argument in western philosophy is some arguments for the existence of god in which one tries to approve directly the existence of god from the very notion of god or necessary being in one’s mind – not from characteristics of external beings. Anselm of Canterbury was the first ...  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

Nagarjuna's Approach on the Question of God's Existence

Qorban Elmi; Mohammad Hossein Mohammadpour

Volume 2, Issue 2 , January 2014, , Pages 59-79

  This paper aims at studying Nagarjuna's approach on the question of God's existence. The study reveals that resorting to theological views such astheism, atheism, agnosticism and pantheism cannot present a correct understanding of God's existence from Madhyamika's perspective. By making a critical analysis, ...  Read More

Materialistic Arguments of Richard Dawkins about God and Evolution

Alireza Farrokhi Balajadeh; AmirAbbas Alizamani

Volume 1, Issue 2 , October 2013, , Pages 105-128

  The English biologist and philosopher, Richard Dawkins, claims that the basic rules of physics in beginning of the universe and then evolution of vital complicated creatures and complexities, specifically human being, have been emerged by chance. He suggests two argument for his view; In his ‘simplicity ...  Read More

Will, Willing Subject, and Alien Will (God) in Wittgenstein’s Earlier Teachings

Mahdi Husseinzadeh Yazdi; Ali Akbar Ahmadi Afranjami

Volume 2, Issue 1 , January 2013, , Pages 1-17

  In the Tractatus, Wittgenstein declares that “There is indeed the inexpressible. This shows itself.” Theearly Wittgenstein believes that will and willing subject are inexpressible. In the 1914–1916 Notebooks, Wittgenstein uses four titles for subject: knowing subject, thinking subject, ...  Read More

Religion and God in Critical Philosophy of Kant

Hossein Kalbasi Ashtari

Volume 1, Issue 1 , October 2012, , Pages 79-98

  The theoretical framework of Kant’s critical philosophy rooted in 18th century events (Enlightenment). The question of validity, scope and foundations of metaphysical knowledge is amongst Kant’s epistemological concerns. When we talk about “the possibility of metaphysics” we think ...  Read More