The Question of the Relation between God and Nature in Wittgenstein’s Early Thoughts

Hamidreza Ayatollahy; Maryam Shadi

Volume 2, Issue 2 , January 2014, Pages 1-19

  The question about the relation of God and the nature is one of the most intricate but less prevailed philosophic thoughts of Ludwig Wittgenstein, a proper understanding of which is helpful in acquiring a thorough knowledge of his theories. In early thoughts of Wittgenstein, God does not preserve a natural ...  Read More

Criticism of Principles and Assumptions of the Functionalist Approach to Religion

Qasem Akhavan

Volume 2, Issue 2 , January 2014, Pages 21-34

  Functionalist approach draws much attention in social sciences based on which social phenomena, especially religion are studied. This approach which is rooted in positivism asserts that any social phenomenon should be studied taking into account its role and duty in a system. This paper attempts to criticize ...  Read More

Representation - Interpretation Theory in Farabi's Thought as a Language Tool for Linking Religion and Philosophy

Zoheir Ansarian; Reza Akbarian; Lotfollah Nabavi

Volume 2, Issue 2 , January 2014, Pages 35-58

  Farabi's view about the relationship between religion and philosophy can be studied in two stages: the creation and understanding stages. The relationship between religion and philosophy in the creation stage has different dimensions, some of which consider philosophy and religion as identical and some ...  Read More

Nagarjuna's Approach on the Question of God's Existence

Qorban Elmi; Mohammad Hossein Mohammadpour

Volume 2, Issue 2 , January 2014, Pages 59-79

  This paper aims at studying Nagarjuna's approach on the question of God's existence. The study reveals that resorting to theological views such astheism, atheism, agnosticism and pantheism cannot present a correct understanding of God's existence from Madhyamika's perspective. By making a critical analysis, ...  Read More

Nasr Hamed Abu Zeid's perspective on interpretation of Quran revisited

Parvin kaam zade

Volume 2, Issue 2 , January 2014, Pages 81-107

  Nasr Hamed Abu Zeid with his attachments on linguistical and hermeneutical theories is going to create affection between tradition and modernity through a modern interpretation. He supposes his method is the only way understanding Quran in which Quran will interpret according to terms of time. In this ...  Read More

Critical Contrastive of Allame Tabatabaei and John Feinberg Views on problem of Evil

zeinab zargooshi,; abdolrasul kashfi,

Volume 2, Issue 2 , January 2014, Pages 109-129

  the problem of evil According to which the existence of evils are in apparent contradiction with three divine attributes namely omniscience, omnipotence and omnibenevolence is one of the major issues in philosophy of religion which has been studied by many scholars. . john Feinberg does not consider ...  Read More

from critical realism started to Religious Science Review and critique Comments of Emad Afrough obout religious Science

aziz najafpoor; خسروپناه khosropanah; Fatemeh Gitipasand

Volume 2, Issue 2 , January 2014, Pages 131-148

  Emad Afrough primarily in search of religious knowledge Ryalyzm critical approach tailored approach is to make the desired cognitive science And then attempt to combine wisdom with Ryalyzm Sadraee critical approach for longitudinal and adapt knowledge and wisdom, revelation and intuition adding resources ...  Read More