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Critical Analysis of Sigmund Freud’s Psychological Principles regarding religion

Gholam Hossein Khedri

Volume 10, Issue 2 , March 2022, Pages 1-19

  The psychological illustration and analysis (search in hidden layers of unconscious psyche) of historical roots and nature of belief in God from the view point of Freud (1856-1939), the Austrian psychotherapist, is still among the dominant views in the realm of psychotherapy of God and is one of the ...  Read More

Nietzsche's Ontological Atheism and Its Psycho-Cultural Effects

Amirabbas Soulikhani; Qodratullah Qorbani

Volume 10, Issue 2 , March 2022, Pages 21-42

  Questions like: "Is There a God?" and "Does God give meaning to life?" are two of the most vivid philosophical questions and Nietzsche reflected on both of them. Nietzsche denies the objective existence of God on the basis of a version of the divine hiddenness argument. He maintains that if one accepts ...  Read More

"Priority Theology": Explaining al-Basri's View on the Problem of "God and the world"

MohamadMahdi Jandaghian; Reza Akbari

Volume 10, Issue 2 , March 2022, Pages 43-65

  In this paper, the term "Priority theology" is introduced to describe the theological system of Abu al-Husayn al-Basri in discussing the problem of divine action or, more generally, the problem of "God and the world." He believed that in a causal relationship, the cause does not necessitate the effect ...  Read More

deism and atheism , what is the transformation of Antony Flew's thought

masood khoshtinat; Amir Mohbian; mahdi najafiafra

Volume 10, Issue 2 , March 2022, Pages 67-87

  The question of the beginning and end of existence is one of the fundamental issues that philosophers have addressed with different approaches such as evidentialism. Antony Flew is one of the philosophers of evidentialism who, during the two periods of his scientific life, based on evidence, sought the ...  Read More

Examining the relationship between faith and disbelief with science in the words of Sadr al-Mutalahin and Eynolghozat Hamedani

somayeh Amiri; Abbas Ahmadi Saadi; Mohamad Ali Akhgar

Volume 10, Issue 2 , March 2022, Pages 89-108

  Since time immemorial in Islamic and Christian civilization, thinkers and theologians have raised many discussions about the concept of faith and disbelief and the issues surrounding them with different interpretive, philosophical, theological and mystical approaches. These topics have brought many social ...  Read More

Faith, rationality and moral life from the perspective of Kierkegaard and Motahari

Matinossadat Arabzadeh; Amirhossein Khodaparast

Volume 10, Issue 2 , March 2022, Pages 109-130

  Kierkegaard analyzes the relationship between faith and reason with a faith-oriented position. He believes that the rationalization of faith is a contradictory matter, and faith, which is a subjective passion and truth, can never be caught in the shackles of rationality. Mutahhari, contrary to this faith-oriented ...  Read More

A Critical Study of Nelson Pikes’ View on Contradiction between God’s Omnipotence and Omnibenevolence

Narges Karimi Vaghef; Abdolrasoul Kashfi; MohammadReza Bayat

Volume 10, Issue 2 , March 2022, Pages 131-154

  The contradiction between divine “omnipotence” and “omnibenevolence” is a major debate in philosophy of religion studies. Based on divine omnibenevolence, it is said that “he cannot do immoral actions”.  On the surface, at least, this doctrine appears to be in ...  Read More

Dimensions of religious knowledge: A look beyond secular knowledge and religious knowledge in the view of Allameh Jafari.

shabnam faraji; seyyed Javad Miri

Volume 10, Issue 2 , March 2022, Pages 155-168

  Relying on the concept of "common human culture", Allameh Jafari considers different thinkers in different eras and societies with a holistic view and, with his own methodology, formulates religious knowledge in such a way that our attention to it will review and Rethinking invites different areas of ...  Read More

A critical analysis of Michael C. Rea's rebuttal of Schellenberg's hiddenness argument

Hossein Khatibi; rasoul rasoulipour; Amirabbas Alizamani

Volume 10, Issue 2 , March 2022, Pages 169-187

  The Divine hiddenness argument, as presented by Canadian philosopher, John L. Schellenberg, is one of the atheistic arguments based on which, lack of sufficient evidence for theism is itself an evidence against theism. Since the argument was set forth, a lot of thinkers have made some efforts to rebut ...  Read More

Reconstructing of the creation in Genesis 1 in respect to Molla Sadr’s interpretation of the Hidden Treasure hadith

Ebrahim Ranjbar; Mehdi Monfared

Volume 10, Issue 2 , March 2022, Pages 189-207

  In theology, it has been a long-lasting problem to determine whether the world is created ex nihilo or in its own it had a certain existence. For this issue, the first chapter of Genesis has imposed a great deal of effort on Jewish theologians. In Islamic intellectual tradition,ie. Islamic philosophy ...  Read More