Publication of the 36th Issue of the Quarterly of History of Philosophy



The 36th issue of the Quarterly of History of Philosophy has been published by the Sadra Islamic Philosophy Research Institute. The Director of this Journal 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.

The Editor-in-Chief of the Quarterly writes in the Introduction to this issue as follows: “The category of culture is not an accidental, sudden, and untimely category so that one can transport it to different places like a commodity. Rather, it is developed gradually and, similar to other living things, goes through embryonic, infancy, childhood, young adolescence, youth, adolescence, and old age stages one after the other. However, death and non-existence do not happen to it easily. That is why culture is considered to be the same as the soul and spirit of nations, and no nation can be hopeful about its survival in the absence of culture.”

The Table of Contents of this issue is given below:

“A Comparison of Perfect Nature in Islamic Philosophy with Fravashī in Khosravani Wisdom”, Maryam Asadian and Babak Alikhani

“Sinian Transcendent Philosophy: Ibn Sīnā’s Move from Peripatetic Philosophy to Transcendent Philosophy”, Mostafa Momeni

“Impact of Zoroastrian Wisdom on Pre-Socratic Philosophers and Plato”, Reza Amiri

“Suhrawardī’s View of the Logic of Fundamental Variation from Aristotelian School”, Mostafa Abedi Jigheh and Mortaza Shajari

“The Relationship between Platonic and Aristotelian Philosophies in Alexandrian (Ammonian) Philosophy”, Roohollah Fadaei and Ahmad Asgari

“The Belief in the Other World in Pre-Historic Iran (A Philosophical Analysis based on Archeological Proofs)”, Atousa Moemeni


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