بهار 1385 (ويژه فلسفه) - شماره 71 علمی-پژوهشی (حوزه علمیه)/ISC (11 صفحه - از 228 تا 238)
"Emotivism in Ethics: Historical Background up to the Postmodern Age Dr. Abulfaḍl Ghaffārī, Assistant Professor Faculty of Education, University of Mashhad Acquaintance with philosophical schools in ethics is the most important step for dealing with the discourse on philosophy of ethics. Modern Hermeneutics and the Reasons for the Possibility of Understanding the Text better than the Text Writer Dr. Muḥammad Kāẓim ‘Ilmī, Assistant Professor Faculty of Theology, University of Mashhad At first, the article presents as an introduction a very brief history of hermeneutics and tersely states the characteristics of its three main eras, i. Although Muslim logicians may not have been negligent of these principles, they have not – as far as the author’s knowledge allows – explicitly and coherently dealt comparative examination of the foundations of humanism and the educational significations of democracy schools in question, explicitly admitting that this task has been done by them for the first time and thus they would welcome critical views of the readers. Indicative Attributes in Shī‘ī Persian Translations and Interpretations Dr. Ḥusayn Ṣābirī, Assistant Professor Faculty of Theology, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad Indicative attributes are those of the Divine attributes which intellect does not clearly signify and can simply be attributed to God to the effect that they are thus attributed in religious texts including both the Qur’an and ḥadīth. To this end, according to the Skew Model, first liberal democracy, communitarian, and deliberative theories are examined and then from within foundations of humanism and the key concepts and pivots of each of the above theories and – through logical reasoning – their educational significations (principles, goals, and methods) are extracted."
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