Volume 10 (2020)
Volume 9 (2019)
Volume 8 (2018)
Volume 7 (2017)
Volume 6 (2016-2017)
Volume 5 (2015-2016)
Volume 4 (2014)
Volume 3 (2013)
Volume 2 (2012)
Volume 1 (2011)
1. Inference of the best explanation (I.B.E) in Descartes' Axiomatic method and its epistemological consequences

Mahdi Behniafar

Volume 11, Issue 21 , Winter and Spring 2021, Pages 1-28

http://dx.doi.org/10.30465/ps.2021.35347.1505

Abstract
  The main background of this research is the study of Descartes' method in our knowledge to the sensible world and its relation to the ideal theme of axiomatic knowledge. I do not accept the objection that Descartes deviated from the axiomatic method in the knowledge of the material world, and therefore ...  Read More

2. Reproduction Patterns of Artistic Signs and Symbols (Signs Systems) from a Systemic Perspective

kamran paknejad rasekhi; iraj dadashi; morteza babak moein; amir maziar

Volume 11, Issue 21 , Winter and Spring 2021, Pages 29-46

http://dx.doi.org/10.30465/ps.2021.33990.1480

Abstract
  The systemic perspective does not only apply to living organisms, but also a wide range of cultural systems such as language and social behavior in human communities. A vast volume of interdisciplinary researches was carried out in the field of social sciences and cultural studies with the purpose of ...  Read More

3. Paul Togard's theory of the tree of conceptual change applied to autism spectrum disorders

Azadeh Doustelahi; Mostafa Taqavi; seyed ali samadi

Volume 11, Issue 21 , Winter and Spring 2021, Pages 47-62

Abstract
  AbstractIn this article, we use Thagard's conceptual tree theory to explain the increase in the number of people with "Autism Spectrum Disorders." At first glance, the explanation for the increase in the number of cases of this disorder may be due to the actual increase in the number of people, for reasons ...  Read More

4. Qushji's Cosmology, Saving the Phenomena instead of Making Theory about the Motion of Celestial Bodies

Sadegh Shahriar; Iraj Nikseresht

Volume 11, Issue 21 , Winter and Spring 2021, Pages 63-93

http://dx.doi.org/10.30465/ps.2021.33783.1476

Abstract
  . Astronomers in later periods of Islamic astronomy were more influenced by Avicenna’s natural philosophy, So they used the basics of natural philosophy in astronomical theories. This prompted them to try to replace the Equant model proposed by Ptolemy with new models. Muslim astronomers and philosophers ...  Read More

5. The role of microbiome in humans’ physical and mental health, and their social relations and the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on it

Hadi Samadi

Volume 11, Issue 21 , Winter and Spring 2021, Pages 95-118

http://dx.doi.org/10.30465/ps.2021.35898.1514

Abstract
  By adding detailed scientific data together, more general images can be drawn. These more general images are themselves fallible models that can, of course, better represent a picture of the future than blind conjectures. In the present article, a series of empirical findings are put together to defend ...  Read More

6. Philosopher’s Challenge in Understanding the Language of Science: The case of Homology Concept

Mohammad Mahdi Sadrforati

Volume 11, Issue 21 , Winter and Spring 2021, Pages 119-138

http://dx.doi.org/10.30465/ps.2021.35265.1504

Abstract
  About fifty years ago Ernst Mayr, a German biologist, and philosopher of science reminded other philosophers of science of the significance of biology in philosophical studies. By the second half of the nineteenth century, the orthodox philosophy of science was still largely leaned toward physics among ...  Read More

7. Epidemics of Plague in the Eastern Mediterranean and its reflection in Muslim historiography and thought in the early Islamic period

Ahmad Fazlinejad

Volume 11, Issue 21 , Winter and Spring 2021, Pages 139-167

http://dx.doi.org/10.30465/ps.2021.34134.1487

Abstract
  The prevalence of epidemics and how to deal with them is very important in understanding the changes of social history. Islamic societies in the Eastern Mediterranean have a lot in common features geographically, historically and culturally. One of the difficulties of Islamic societies in the Eastern ...  Read More

8. Grants Idea of empiricism without Observation and the case of Alchemical treatment including talismatic experience

Amin Motevallian

Volume 11, Issue 21 , Winter and Spring 2021, Pages 169-191

http://dx.doi.org/10.30465/ps.2021.35663.1510

Abstract
  Theoretical frameworks in Islamic era have an important role in Middle Ages historiographical approaches toward analytical notions such as ‘experience’, ‘Observation’ and ‘theory’. Some historiographers believe that scientific theory in Middle Ages root in Aristotle ...  Read More

9. Epidemics, quarantine and the political power of medicine

Gholamhossein Moghaddam Heidari

Volume 11, Issue 21 , Winter and Spring 2021, Pages 193-209

http://dx.doi.org/10.30465/ps.2021.35469.1506

Abstract
  The spread of Covid 19 disease in early 2020, which quickly became a global epidemic, drastically changed human relationships. The use of quarantine technique to prevent the spread of the disease has sparked much controversy in the areas of public health and social control. It is necessary to be aware ...  Read More

10. Knowledge and Institutions in the Structure of the Epidemic: a Biopolitical analytics of the Corona pandemic

Alireza Monajemi

Volume 11, Issue 21 , Winter and Spring 2021, Pages 211-232

http://dx.doi.org/10.30465/ps.2021.37322.1539

Abstract
  The unpreparedness to deal with the Corona pandemic and the inadequacy of interventions and measures to control that world has created a critical situation. In this article based on biopolitical analytics, I want to show why we stand at this point and that unpreparedness and inadequacy have rooted in ...  Read More

11. Hermeneutical Nature of medicine and its implications: A case study of clinical empathy

Saba Mirikermanshahi; Negin Nouraei; Mehdi Azadibadrbani

Volume 11, Issue 21 , Winter and Spring 2021, Pages 233-250

http://dx.doi.org/10.30465/ps.2021.31056.1436

Abstract
  In modern medicine, paraclinical findings carry out a major role in the process of diagnosis and treatment and physician decisions are largely made with the help of these findings. The expansion of these technologies has diminished the role of physician-patient dialogue, which is necessary for clinical ...  Read More

12. Methodological Naturalism in Science

Nima Narimani

Volume 11, Issue 21 , Winter and Spring 2021, Pages 251-278

http://dx.doi.org/10.30465/ps.2021.22717.1323

Abstract
  Methodological Naturalism is one of the basic assumptions of Natural Sciences. many believe that this assumption has no logical relation with ontological naturalism that denies the existence of any supernatural entity-including God. in this paper, first, the relation between methodological naturalism ...  Read More

1. Medical/Health Humanities: Critical analysis of theoretical and practical foundations of medicine

Alireza Monajemi; Hamidreza Namazi

Volume 10, Issue 20 , Summer and Autumn 2020, , Pages 225-249

http://dx.doi.org/10.30465/ps.2021.34161.1488

Abstract
  "Medical humanities" seems to be a paradoxical phrase primarily. How these two distinct and separate fileds of knowledge have been linked is due to the problematic state of medicine. In the first part of the article, we will analyze medical humanities based on the controversies in this field, and in ...  Read More

2. The role of Trigonometric Rules in Iranian Architectural Elements From Al’Kashi’s Perspective

fatemeh fallahi; Saeid Mirriahi; Hosein Soltanzadeh; Mohammad Mehdi Raeissamiei

Volume 10, Issue 20 , Summer and Autumn 2020, , Pages 129-152

http://dx.doi.org/10.30465/ps.2020.5670

Abstract
  Applying computational rules has a major contribution in the coordination of architectural proportions and elements. Geometry science and its applications is one of the main features in Iranian architecture. The start of its development was in the eighth and ninth centuries and continued until the tenth ...  Read More

3. The Ontological Status of Wave Function

maryam ansari bonab; Ali Reza Mansouri

Volume 10, Issue 20 , Summer and Autumn 2020, , Pages 25-45

http://dx.doi.org/10.30465/ps.2020.5667

Abstract
  Mathematical entities, in physics, are used to represent the ontology of theories. But there is a distinction between mathematical entities and physical entities which mathematics refers to, and ignoring this distinction leads to strange and false conclusions. This paper aims to realize, in a realistic ...  Read More

4. The role of microbiome in humans’ physical and mental health, and their social relations and the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on it

Hadi Samadi

Volume 11, Issue 21 , Winter and Spring 2021, , Pages 95-118

http://dx.doi.org/10.30465/ps.2021.35898.1514

Abstract
  By adding detailed scientific data together, more general images can be drawn. These more general images are themselves fallible models that can, of course, better represent a picture of the future than blind conjectures. In the present article, a series of empirical findings are put together to defend ...  Read More

5. Deep learning technology, philosopical challenges and approaches

reza niroomand; hamid fadishaei; elham mohammadzadeh

Volume 10, Issue 20 , Summer and Autumn 2020, , Pages 185-202

http://dx.doi.org/10.30465/ps.2020.5673

Abstract
  Deep learning technology, philosophical challenges and approaches Abstract The unprecedented human’s advancement in generating and storing piles of data, and exploiting such large amounts of data for building reasoning machines has manifested as a technology known as “deep learning”. ...  Read More

Publisher:
IHCS

Director-in-Charge:
  GH.Moghadaj heidari

Editor-in-Chief:
  GH.Moghadaj heidari

Managing Editor:
  mahdi mohammadi

Editorial Board:
  .   ali paya   saied zibakalam mofrad   .   .   .   .   alireza mansori


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