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    Unconditional Forgiveness in Derrida
    Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 14 (41): 79-95. 2015.
    Jacques Derrida’s ethics generates a vision of what the community of nations, states, people is and should be beyond a separation made by what he calls ‘interest’ by which he means that the human interiorizes everything outside himself in order to con­figure a self. For Derrida, forgiveness must not be in the service of any finality such as spiritual, social, national, psychological, and political orientation, since these are reconciliation for the sake of other goals rather than for­giveness. T…Read more
  • Appropriate Patterns of Bread Preparation and Consumption According To Teachings of the Quran, Ahadith, and Persian Medicine
    with Atieh Sadat Danesh and Fatemeh Nojavan
    Health, Spirituality and Medical Ethics 4 (4): 54-61. 2017.
    Background and Objectives: Historically, bread has been the most important source of human nutrition. The pattern of bread consumption is not desirable in Iran and approximately 16% of bread produced in this country is wasted. The most important cause of this waste rate is low quality of the produced bread and inadequate public attention paid to Islam recommendation on bread sanctity. The modification of bread consumption and the culture of bread consumption are one of the necessities of the com…Read more
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    diseases are due to lifestyle changes, especially in the field of nutrition. The Iranian Islamic teachings have extensive guidelines on the issue of healthy lifestyle and nutrition in particular. On that account, there are many sayings and traditions related to nutrition and its practices. The sayings of Imam Ali like avoiding eating when you are full, not eating your fill when mealtime, and masticating food well are among those traditions. In the light of Imam’s view, the role of these health b…Read more
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    The Imagination: Distance and Relation in Maurice Blanchot and Ibn'Arabi
    Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 13 (38): 57-77. 2014.
    Blanchot discusses two versions of imagination. The first version, as the copy of an object, is premeditated or provoked by the conscious process of the mind, whereas in the second version, of the image, a thing becomes a complete empty space outside human consciousness and finds the opportunity to shine itself in itself and for itself. The object never resembles anything but itself, the image of itself. This paper argues that with Blanchot, the human in confrontation with the thing in itself in…Read more
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    Madness in Vernor Vinge’s the Rainbows End
    with Bahareh Mohammadinasab
    Asian Culture and History 7 (1). 2015.