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)
Comparison of the philosophical foundations of moral propositions in the thought of Kant and Hayeri Yazdi

somayeh Amiri; Abbas Ahmadi Saadi

Volume 11, Issue 1 , June 2022, , Pages 119-132

      Each ethical school, according to its acceptable subject matter, offers different ethical needs and needs. For Kant, science is a knowledge that has a pre -authored theorems and therefore general and necessary. Any knowledge that is delicate does not deserve the name of science. Ethics, ...  Read More

Radical Evil and Moral Responsibility in Kant's Philosophy

fazel boostan; mohammad shokry; Ali Mradkhani

Volume 9, Issue 1 , August 2020, , Pages 41-56

  Kant in Religion Within the Bounds of Bare Reason, offers the theory that human nature is essentially a radical evil. Kant's argument for Radical evil consists mainly of two parts; One is man's innate desire for evil and the other is the claim that radical evil is universality. By rejecting the theory ...  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

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