Absolute Creationism, a Response to the Challenge of Platonism for Theism and William Craig's Criticism

tayyebeh shaddel; Hossein Atrak

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2021, Pages 1-25

  Absolute Creationism or Modified Platonism is the answer to the challenge that Platonism poses to theism. The main concern of this view is the reconcile between Classical theism and Platonism. Absolute creationism, in fact, claims that necessary truths, like possible beings, depend on God. Thus, in the ...  Read More

Critic and research to the capacities of theReligious biologic (Genetically science of religious experience, God gene, Cognitive science of religion, spiritual intelligence)

Gholam Hossein Khedri; Hossein Sokhanvar

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2021, Pages 27-47

  researchers turn to biology and neuroscience to explore factors such as religious tendencies, including VMAT2, known as the "God gene" in order to explore the cause of religious tendencies. . The focus of this group is to provide a complete map of religious beliefs on the mechanisms of the brain and ...  Read More

An explanation in proving the union of soul and body based on the existential approach of Mulla-Sadra

Roohullah Behi

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2021, Pages 47-76

  In this article, the problem of the soul-body relationship is surveyed through the existential approach of Sadr-al-Muta'allehin. In explaining this relationship, Sadra sometimes infers the unity and sometimes the duality; His main explanation also faces challenges from an analytical point of view. these ...  Read More

A Study of the Relationship between Reason and Religion in Descartes' Thought

mostafa abedi; mohmmad asghari; isa mosazade

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2021, Pages 77-96

  In modern thought, started from Cartesian philosophy, there is no room for any knowledge beyond reason so that everything cannot be perceived by reason regarded as unknowable. Descartes believes that faith cannot be a kind of human knowledge and as a result of this fact, he separates them as two different ...  Read More

The challenge of objectivity and subjectivity in Betty's hermeneutic theory, her solution to this challenge and its critique

masoud fayazi

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2021, Pages 97-113

  Emilio Betty is an twentieth-century Italian objectivist hermeneutist. An opponent of Gadamer's philosophical hermeneutics, he tried to present a new hermeneutic theory that was more effective in understanding the author's intentions by continuing Schleiermacher's path and refining his text comprehension ...  Read More

Family and Atheism of Children

smaeel Alikhani

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2021, Pages 115-136

  One of the fundamental social changes in the modern world is the decline of religiosity and believing in God. Numerous factors contribute to this retreat of the sea of ​​faith. An important factor in this event is the family; which has usually attracted little attention. Statistical and sociological ...  Read More

Covid epidemic 19; Pains, sufferings

mohammad nejati; Faarooq Tooli; Mohsen Mahmoodi; seyyed abbas Taqavi

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2021, Pages 137-157


  One of the serious consequences of the corona epidemic in the contemporary period is its impact on the question of the meaning of life. Coronary heart disease involves a variety of types of pain and suffering. Causes numerous pains in various organs and tissues of the body. From all kinds of sufferings, ...  Read More

From Exclusivism in Rightfulness to Inclusivism in Salvation and Human Interaction: A Study of Javadi Amoli's Perspective

zeinab usefi; mohammad ali akhgar; Abbas Ahmadi Saadi

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2021, Pages 159-179


  In this article, the issue of religious plurality and diversity in Javadi Amoli's views and his answer to the following main questions is examined. The purpose of this study is to use a descriptive-analytical method to typology of Javadi Amoli's view on the issue of religious diversity and to include ...  Read More

Explaining the Existential Continuity and Personal Identity Based on the Existential Intensification of the Human Body

Amir Rastin Toroghi; Vahide Fakhar

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2021, Pages 181-200


  Thinking of life after death is plausible only when there can be explained a personal identity between the individual before and after death. On the other hand, because human identity in this world is accompanied by his physical aspect (or, according to materialist views, his identity is wholly physical), ...  Read More

Narrative Analysis of Facing Death

Seyed Amirreza Mazari

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2021, Pages 201-217


  One of the main questions in philosophy is the way humans face their death. Numerous thinkers have explained this encounter through their own experiences. To some, it is a tragic event, while others consider it as a comedy. However, if death disappears from life, humans will suffer from immortality and ...  Read More