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)
Faith, rationality and moral life from the perspective of Kierkegaard and Motahari

Matinossadat Arabzadeh; Amirhossein Khodaparast

Volume 10, Issue 2 , March 2022, , Pages 109-130

  Kierkegaard analyzes the relationship between faith and reason with a faith-oriented position. He believes that the rationalization of faith is a contradictory matter, and faith, which is a subjective passion and truth, can never be caught in the shackles of rationality. Mutahhari, contrary to this faith-oriented ...  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

On religious knowledge of God and Happiness in Aquinas’s and Allamah Tabatabaei’s respective views

seyed mohammad javad banisaeed langaroudi; seyyed Javad Miri; Amirabbas Alizamani

Volume 9, Issue 2 , January 2020, , Pages 225-244

  The present article deals with what human happiness is and its relation to the  religious knowledge of God. Saint Thomas Aquinas in the tradition of Christian philosophy, and Allameh Tabatabai in the tradition of Sadraian philosophy within Islamic philosophy have dealt with this issue and both know ...  Read More

William James and John Bishop on the justification of religious beliefs;A comparison

Shima Shahrestani; Hamidreza Ayatollahy

Volume 5, Issue 1 , August 2016, , Pages 51-76

  Against evidentialists’ views, especially Clifford’s, William James has presented his views about the effect of will on belief. According to Clifford, for everyone, always and everywhere, it is wrong to accept a belief without sufficient evidences. William James, in contrast, believes that ...  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

Reason and Faith in Mulla-Sadra and Kierkegaard’s Philosophy

Mehdi Khademi

Volume 1, Issue 1 , October 2012, , Pages 51-77

  Explain the relationship between reason and faith is one of the main concerns Kierkegaard and Mulla Sadra. The most important feature of faith from the perspective Kierkegaard, is its anti-intellectual or paradoxical nature. In this thinking, person can never be achieved to faith by rational thinking ...  Read More