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A hermeneutic analysis of Mencius' philosophizing about politics
A hermeneutic analysis of Mencius' philosophizing about politics

ali aqajani

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 27 August 2023

Abstract
  Mencius is one of the most important master philosophers in the Chinese paradigm and Confucian tradition, and the article analyzes his philosophizing about politics based on Skinner's ...  Read More
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A Critique of Proving the Substantial Movement by means of Subordination, Affair (Shaʾn) and Causality
A Critique of Proving the Substantial Movement by means of Subordination, Affair (Shaʾn) and Causality

Mahdi Assadi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 18 December 2023

Abstract
  Mullā Ṣadrā’s most famous reason to prove the substantial movement (al-ḥarakat al-juharīyyah) is the one that persists in the existence of a special relation between accident ...  Read More
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Nietzsche's "Will to Power": A Psychological Interpretation and its Ethical Implications
Nietzsche's "Will to Power": A Psychological Interpretation and its Ethical Implications

MUHAMMADHOSSEIN امامی; ahmad Fazeli; Hossein Mesbahian

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 17 April 2024

Abstract
  Friedrich Nietzsche's concept of "will to power" stands as a cornerstone of his philosophy, yet its interpretation remains a contentious issue. Among the various proposed ...  Read More
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Insights from Social Epistemology for Thinking about the Demarcation Problem
Insights from Social Epistemology for Thinking about the Demarcation Problem
Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 05 May 2024

Abstract
  The problem of diagnosing science from pseudoscience- widely known as the Demarcation Problem- has both theoretical and practical significance in philosophy of science. While for decades ...  Read More