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Investigating the concept of God in Enneads and OTHEOLOGIA

hasan abasi hasan Abadi

Volume 8, Issue 2 , March 2020, Pages 1-18

  The discussion of the concept of God is obtained by examining the attributes of God and its relation to the essence and existence of God. Each of the philosophers before Plotinus, according to their own foundations, examined this issue. Our Question is that how to explain concept of God in OTHEOLOGIA ...  Read More

Understanding of the Religious Beliefs According toWittgenstein II's the Rule of Meaning

Sara Qezelbash; Seyyed Mostafa SHahraeeni

Volume 8, Issue 2 , March 2020, Pages 19-39

  According to Wittgenstein II, the study of meaning and understanding of beliefs relates to a system of "expression of meaning" or Semantic Calculations, that each linguistic system as a "language game" derived from "a form of life,has created a method and rule foe expression and meaning and it's understanding. ...  Read More

The concept of God in Paul's thought

Ghorban Elmi

Volume 8, Issue 2 , March 2020, Pages 41-64

  This article examines the concept of God in St. Paul’s thought, by applying historical, lexical and theological studies of his epistles and what Acts of apostles has said about him. Research findings show that belief in the true One God is the sole foundation of Paul's thought. But this only God ...  Read More

Traditional Interpretation of Early Wittgenstein and Negative-Theological Reading of It

Ali Sadeghi; Reza Akbari

Volume 8, Issue 2 , March 2020, Pages 63-85

  Within Tractatus and other works related to Wittgenstein's early philosophy, the concept of "nonsense" is a central one and of great importancem which was the subject of several interpretations. Among them, traditional (metaphysical) interpretation is a lasting one which P.M.S. Hacker, G.E.M. Anscombe ...  Read More

A Critical Analysis of the Theory of Substantial and Accidental in Religions

Mohammad Javad Rezaeirah

Volume 8, Issue 2 , March 2020, Pages 87-107

  The theory of “substantial and accidental in religions” divides all teachings of every religion into substantial and accidental. In this theory, the substantial part of a religion is defined as its content, essence, and destination, whereas the accidental part of it is its mould, husk, dust, ...  Read More

The possibility of Heidegger believing in God

Fatemeh Mohammad; Mohammad Akvan

Volume 8, Issue 2 , March 2020, Pages 109-130

  This paper aims to assess and clarify Heidegger's attitude towards God by means of describing and analyzing Heidegger's works. Thus the main question is that would it be possible to assert that Heidegger believed in God and considered deity out of its orthodox from thought he kept silent about it? Although ...  Read More