Publication of Issue 32 of the Quarterly of History of Philosophy


Issue 32 of the scientific-research Quarterly of History of Philosophy contains the following:

Editorial Note

“A Comparative Analysis and Explanation of the Creation of the World in the View of Ionian Philosophers”, Mohammad Akvan

“Historical Deliberations over the Principle of the Nobler Possibility”, Hoorieh Shojaee Baghini and Einollah Khademi

“Doubt and Certainty in Contemporary Islamic and Western Philosophies”, Abdurazzaq Hesamifar

“Heidegger’s Interpretation of Anaximander’s Arche, Participation, and Time”, Ghasem Pourhasan Darzi and Mehrdad Ahmadi

“Components of Plato’s Critical Approach to Poetry and Poets”, Meysam Dadkhah and Ali Naqi Baqershahi        

“An Evaluation and Pathology of the Components of Epistemology of the Modern Period in Human Sciences”, Ali Karbalaei Pazooki and Fatemeh Najafi Pazooki

“Reflection of the Philosophy of Amesha Spenta in Suhrawardi’s Theory of Archetypes”, Nadia Maftouni and Morteza Darrudi Jawan

The managing director of the Quarterly of History of Philosophy is Ayatullah Professor Seyyed Mohammed Khamenei; its license-holder is the Scientific Society of History of Philosophy, and its editor-in-chief is Hossein Kalbasi. This Journal is published by the Sadra Islamic Philosophy Research Institute.

It is noted that the abstracts of the papers published in this issue and the previous issues of the Journal are available on the official website of the Institute. Moreover, in order to purchase the publications of the Institute, interested readers can contact its Subscription Unit (0098-21-88153594) or the Sales Office of its Publication Center at the following address:

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