Document Type : Original Article


Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Allame Tabatabaii University


The meaningfulness of religion’s language is taking part in a form of life. Without it, words, language and religious beliefs have no meaning at all. Perceiving a religious belief and judge about it only in light of a form of life becomes possible. Form of life as Kai Nielsen in his famous article “Wittgensteinian Fideism” (1967) explains, if viewed as a whole, could not be objected, because each form has its own criteria for reasonability/ irreasonability and understandability/ understandable aversion.