A Critical review of Dawkins' theory of moral Zeitgeist

Hamidreza Ayatollahy; Fatemeh Ahmadi

Volume 5, Issue 2 , January 2017, Pages 1-21

  According to Dawkins’ view, ‘genetic ethics based on evolution theory’, there is a ‘moral Zeitgeist’ or ‘moral spirit of the age’ that evolves in communities. Rejecting religion-based morality and moral absolutism, he believes that the nature of morality ...  Read More

An Explanation of Religious Inclusivism;According to Sadra’s Gradation Theory

mohammad ali akhgar

Volume 5, Issue 2 , January 2017, Pages 23-44

  The problem of religious diversity and related questions including the questions of rightfulness and salvation are of great religionological importance. One of the many answers to this problem is a version of inclusivism developed by Muslims researchers using the teachings of Sadraian philosophy, in ...  Read More

A Solution to the Value Problem Based on the Mulla Sadra’s Epistemology

Akram Asgarzadeh; Jalaal Peykani

Volume 5, Issue 2 , January 2017, Pages 45-66

  According to the some critics of reliabilism, this theory suffers from the problem of the value of knowledge. Zagzebski suggests that to solve this problem, we should internalize the relation between context and belief forming process. Exploring Mulla Sadra’s epistemic theory, this paper aimed ...  Read More

John Schellenberg and Paul Moser on Divine Hiddenness

Sakineh Mohammadpour; Amir Abbas Alizamani

Volume 5, Issue 2 , January 2017, Pages 67-85

   The existence of God is not obvious for some people at all. For them, the traditional arguments for God’s existence are not compelling. Worse still possibly, some people sincerely are seeking God, but don’t find Him. So feeling dissatisfaction and disappointment, they abandon the quest ...  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

Imagination of the subject, in the proofs of God's existence

Nader Shoukrollahi

Volume 5, Issue 2 , January 2017, Pages 109-128

  Affirmation or denial of existence of any thing is subordinate of the possibility of it's imagination. Can God be imaged so we can speak of his existence or nonexistence? Sometimes it is said God can not be imagined. The appearance of some religious and mystical texts shows this Idea, but the main idea ...  Read More