Publication of History of Philosophy Quarterly (Summer 2011)


The 5th issue of the research-specialized Quarterly of History of Philosophy was published by the Sadra Islamic Philosophy Institute. The grantee of this Journal is the Scientific Society of History of Philosophy; its Managing Director is Professor Seyyed Mohammed Khamenei, and its Editor-in-chief is Hossein Kalbasi Ashtari.

This issue includes 7 papers, as follows:

- Who is Plato’s Socrates?, Reza Dawari Ardakani

- A Critique of the Famous Classification of Baghdad and Khorasan Schools of Sufism and Gnosis, Qudratullah Khayyatian

- Hegelian Dialectic: A Synthesis of Kantian and Platonic Dialectics, Hassan Fathi

- The Role of the Theory of the Spheres in the Philosophical Ideas of Muslim Thinkers, Mansur Imanpur

- Subject of Philosophy and its Distinction from other Sciences in Ibn Sina and Mulla Sadra, ‘Aala Turani

- On the Relationship between Islamic Philosophy and Islam: Conformity or Consistency?, Mas‘ud Umid

- Theory of Analogy in the Middle Ages with Reference to A.J. Ashworth’s Views

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