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

Rebuilding of the solution to the problem of evil from Ibn Al-Arabi's point of view based on Hasker's existential approach

Tahereh Baghestani; Hadi Vakili; Naeme poormohammadi; Hosein Moosavi

Volume 11, Issue 1 , June 2022, Pages 33-52


  The problem of evil has occupied the human mind for a long time and thinkers have tried to answer it in many different ways. These ways are sometimes proposed to prevent the feeling of atheism or despair towards the creator of the universe and sometimes to reduce suffering or anxiety in life. In the ...  Read More

Secular Roots and Post-Secular Capacities of Thomas Aquinas's Thought

Omidreza janbaz; Alireza fazeli

Volume 11, Issue 1 , June 2022, Pages 53-78


  The interplay between reason and faith, a fundamental query that has been a source of contemplation throughout history, has a social component. Thomas Aquinas, one of the most influential figures in the history of thought, has had a profound impact on modern society. His ideas were instrumental in the ...  Read More

God's relationship with the first creation(Conceptual Analysis of components of Ibn Sina’s reading of the principle of the simple)

maryam barooti; Mohammad saeedimehr

Volume 11, Issue 1 , June 2022


  The so-called principle of the simple (Qaideh al-wahid) can be considered as one of the most significant and challenging philosophical principles in the context of the Islamic philosophy. In his Remarks and Admonitios, Ibn Sina has discussed this principle under the title “admonition”. For ...  Read More

Review and Criticism of Emile Durkheim's View on the Origin of Religion from the Perspective of Shahid Motahhari and John Hick

gorbanali karimzadeh garamaleki; Abdullah HosseiniEskandian

Volume 11, Issue 1 , June 2022


  Since the day when mankind entered the field of existence, religion and religious beliefs have also been created, and the question of the origin of religion has always been a fundamental question that every human being has faced. In the meantime, some thinkers like Auguste Comte (1798-1857) consider ...  Read More

David Hume's Optimism on the Presence of Religion in Human Life

farideh lazemi; Zolfagar Hemmati

Volume 11, Issue 1 , June 2022


  Hume published Books 1 and 2 of his Treatise in 1739. By publishing these two books, he proposed views that were against many core teachings of Christianity. These themes were repeated more extensively at length in Hume’s First Enquiry, Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion, Natural History of ...  Read More

Nietzsche's Critique of Christian morality and Its Impact onThe Satanic Bible of Anton LaVey

Muhammad nejadiran; Rozhan Hesam ghazi

Volume 9, Issue 1 , August 2020, , Pages 245-263


  The Satanic Bible  of Anton LaVey is one of the most important and influential books published in the United States among various currents of satanism. This book contains extremist ideas in challenging many of the prevailing moral and religious norms of American society, as well as promoting humanistic ...  Read More

Critic and research to the capacities of theReligious biologic (Genetically science of religious experience, God gene, Cognitive science of religion, spiritual intelligence)

Gholam Hossein Khedri; Hossein Sokhanvar

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2021, , Pages 27-47

  researchers turn to biology and neuroscience to explore factors such as religious tendencies, including VMAT2, known as the "God gene" in order to explore the cause of religious tendencies. . The focus of this group is to provide a complete map of religious beliefs on the mechanisms of the brain and ...  Read More

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

  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

An Objection to Paul’s Reading on Christianity

Javad Ayar; Majid Mollayousefi

Volume 1, Issue 2 , October 2013, , Pages 1-25

  In history of Christianity, from the latter half of second century, a version of Christianity pervaded that is known today as Pauline interpretation of Christianity. Paul, whose original name was Sh'aul, was born in the town of Tarsus, Cilicia (in modern Turkey), of Jewish parents belonging to the tribe ...  Read More

Absolute Creationism, a Response to the Challenge of Platonism for Theism and William Craig's Criticism

tayyebeh shaddel; Hossein Atrak

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2021, , Pages 1-25

  Absolute Creationism or Modified Platonism is the answer to the challenge that Platonism poses to theism. The main concern of this view is the reconcile between Classical theism and Platonism. Absolute creationism, in fact, claims that necessary truths, like possible beings, depend on God. Thus, in the ...  Read More

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