A Study of the Relationship between Reason and Religion in Descartes' Thought

mostafa abedi; mohmmad asghari; isa mosazade

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2021, , Pages 77-96

Abstract
  In modern thought, started from Cartesian philosophy, there is no room for any knowledge beyond reason so that everything cannot be perceived by reason regarded as unknowable. Descartes believes that faith cannot be a kind of human knowledge and as a result of this fact, he separates them as two different ...  Read More

Analysis and Criticism of Ontological Argument

Mehdi Abbaszadeh

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

Abstract
  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