Critical Consideration of Bergmann’s Skeptical Theism and Moral Skepticism Impasse

Fateme Saeedi; Abdolrasoul Kashfi; Amirabbas Alizamani

Volume 8, Issue 1 , May 2019, Pages 1-23

  Skeptical theism is one of the theistic responses to the evidential problem of evil. This approach which is included of different ideas, with emphasizing on human cognitive limitations and complicated axiological reality, casts doubt on the claim of gratuitous evil. This article is based on Bergmann’s ...  Read More

The role of religious language for understanding the meaning of God from the viewpoint of Phillips

zeinab shakibi

Volume 8, Issue 1 , May 2019, Pages 25-35

  Phililps as a wittgenstienian analitic philosopher in philosophy of religion consieders the language of religion as an unreal and uncognitive language . so he just counts the single way for understanding the meaning of theological items, to attention to the grammer of religious language. According to ...  Read More

the other and ethic in kirekegaard's view

Razieh Zeinaly; AmirAbbas Alizamani

Volume 8, Issue 1 , May 2019, Pages 37-62

  The main purpose of this article is to discuss of the Other and its relationship with Human person in Kierkegaard's view. Our chief question in this article is whether we know ourselves in the mirror of the other or if the other is a barrier and hindrance to our cognition of ourselves. In this paper, ...  Read More

Integrating Bohmian and Sadra's Metaphysic to explain Divine Action

Hossein Ejtehadian

Volume 8, Issue 1 , May 2019, Pages 63-81

  Physics not only could change our philosophical and theological world view, but also itself is based on philosophical and theological presuppositions and perspectives. Quantum mechanics beside the failure of positivists viewpoint in twentieth century deepened the relations of physics and philosophical ...  Read More

Reviewing the Relation of God’s Knowledge and Human’s Freewill in Open Theism Based on Sadra's Philosophy

Seyyad mohammad ali Dibaji; Eisa Mohammadinia

Volume 8, Issue 1 , May 2019, Pages 83-104

   Open Theism, as a new approach in theology and philosophy of religion, has attracted attentions of most of contemporary thinkers toward its views. The main claim of supporters of this approach is that many of current doctrines of Christian theology about God’s entity and his attributes are ...  Read More

The Privation Theory of Evil; Challenges and Responses

Fatemeh Rafati; Mohammad Sa’idi Mehr

Volume 8, Issue 1 , May 2019, Pages 105-127

  The Privation Theory of Evil (PT) is a general theory about the nature of evil according to which all kinds of evil have a privative (or negative) nature. During the Middle Ages some great philosopher-theologians such as Augustine and Aquinas endorsed (PT). After being neglected for a long time, recently ...  Read More