The Death of God and its Consequences in Nietzsche's Philosophy

Hedayat Alavitabaar

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2015, Pages 1-23

  ‘God’ and the correlating ideas are of great importance in Nietzsche’s philosophy. However, his way of considering these concepts is completely different from other thinkers. He, unlike others, does not employ traditional philosophical argumentations to approve his claim; instead appealing ...  Read More

Agha Ali Hakim’s Reading of Ontological Argument in Proving the God Existence

morteza pouyan; Mohammad saeedimehr; Reza Akbarian; mohammad ali hojjati

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2015, Pages 25-35

  Meanwhile Agha Ali Hakim was writing his interpretation on Asfar, wrote a thesis in which he presented a reading of ontological argument which he called creative and unique in the world of Islam and among Hekmat-E- Motealie’ s followers. He presented the reading through four considerations from ...  Read More

Religious Belief and the Intellectual Virtue of Open-mindedness

Amirhossein Khodaparast; Ghazaleh Hojjati

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2015, Pages 37-52

  Open-mindedness appears at the top of nearly every list of intellectual virtues presented by virtue epistemologists. This virtue reveals its moral- intellectual value, at least, at three levels; first, it can be useful in resolving intellectual conflicts and dissonances. Second, it can improve the evaluation ...  Read More

Divine Hiddenness as the Problem of Gratuitous Evil

Amirabbas Alizamani; batul zarkande

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2015, Pages 53-72

  In recent decades, many philosophers of religion have tried to address instances in order to prove the argument of Gratuitous Evil. One of these examples is the divine concealment which presented first time by John L. Schellenberg as an argument against theism. Based on the argument, in spite of that ...  Read More

Fine-Tuning Argument: the Encounter of Sober and the Argument Defenders

Hamidreza Ayatollahy; Hossein Shoorvazi

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2015, Pages 73-88

  From this fact that carbon-based life requires the laws of physics and the threshold conditions, the fine-tuning argument concludes that this assumption that the world has ordered by God is more probable than other assumptions. Sober opposes and argues that the precise tuning between the physical laws ...  Read More

The Problem of Evil in the Philosophy of Mulla Sadra and Leibniz; A comparative study

Abouzar nourozi; reza berenjkar

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2015, Pages 89-109

  The problem of evil is one of the most important and well-known theological and philosophical issues which most of religions have dealt with it and philosophers of religions have addressed this issue through a new look. This article through propositional analysis, reviews the Mulla Sadra and Leibniz's ...  Read More