• Life-world: Husserl and rethinking of meaning of philosophy and the task of modern philosopher
    with Zahra Ramezanlu and Shamsolmoluk Mostafavi
    Philosophical Investigations 14 (33): 130-146. 2021.
    Husserl thinks of philosophy as a general, fundamental and apodictic science of world. He set out to found transcendental phenomenology as general philosophy or apodictic science, but he ought to explain the possibility of objective knowledge of world as to reach to this point. Concerning about crisis in modern western culture, Crisis projects his view of philosophy and of duty of philosopher in context of a critics of modern philosophy and science concerns about crisis in modern western culture…Read more
  • Proposing the Idea of Corpopolitics Based of Kristeva’s Thoughts
    with Marzieh Darabi
    Philosophical Investigations 13 (27): 255-272. 2019.
    By separating the semiotic and the symbolic, Kristeva seeks to bring the semiotic chora back to the realm of politics. Chora includes the libidinal force belonging to the mother-child relationship, which at the same time that it has propagated the components of the symbolic realm, has always been suppressed. Kristeva regards this repression as the basis of all the repressions and wants to restrain the authority by returning to this suppressed affair. Here, the repressed affair itself does not re…Read more
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    The Origin of Values from Nietzsche's View
    with Reza Sohrabi
    Metaphysik 8 (22): 61-78. 2016.
    Nietzsche takes two aspects for the origin of values. On the one hand he is faithful to the most prominent aspect of the western thought, the thought that takes the world as a whole, and thus considers the world as the active and passive forces that bring the life into existence. In his thought life has at its heart a kind of obligation that forces us to apply the values, and when we respect the values the life would become valuable. On the other hand, by turning to the slave and master morality…Read more