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    The Foundations of Natural Rights in John Locke and Its Impact on the Convention on the Rights of the Child.Mohamad Mahdi Davar & Saeideh Taslimi - 2024 - Fares Law Research (17):37-52.
    Natural rights play a fundamental role in the political, legal, and economic system of John Locke. Many of his views are based on natural rights. Although Locke is not the first scholar to discuss natural rights, and before him, other thinkers have theorized about it in different eras and intellectual traditions, it must be claimed that Locke is a modern natural rights theorist and has presented a novel interpretation of this theory. Locke's natural rights are based on equality and individual (...)
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    The Metaphysics of Love in Avicenna’s Philosophical System.Ghasem Ali Kouchnani, Nadia Maftouni & Mohamad Mahdi Davar - 2024 - History of Islamic Philosophy 2 (8):5-36.
    The metaphysical concept of love in Sinawi philosophy examines the three axes of the essence, reason, and manner of love in Avicenna’s intellectual system, resulting in Avicenna’s theory of love. By examining Avicenna’s views on love, particularly in his treatise on love, it can be understood that he has presented two definitions of love (essence), and in the seven chapters of the treatise on love, he admits that love is a pervasive essential substance throughout existence, and no creature is devoid (...)
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    The proof of resurrection according to analyses and explanation of Avicenna and Suhrawardi's psychological system.Mohamad Mahdi Davar - 2023 - Research in Islamic Humanities 9 (35):31-43.
    The problem of resurrection, one of the most important issues in the philosophy and theology. Some of Muslim philosophers and the vast majority of theologians always discussed about this topic. Some of Muslim philosophers accepted this problem and prove it, but, in quality of occurrence of them, they have differ believe from each other. However, some of Muslim theologians except those who believe in transmogrification, they consider the resurrection to be one of the principle of religion, beside monotheism and prophecy. (...)
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  4. Suhrawardi’s Approach to the Treatment of the Diseases of the Soul.Mohamad Mahdi Davar & Nadia Maftouni - 2023 - Nasime Kherad 9 (1):25-44.
    Suhrawardi is among the philosophers who, compared to other philosophers, developed his intellectual system in an innovative manner. Suhrawardi’s illuminative intellectual system is the result of his thoughts in philosophy and mysticism, and the ultimate of his illuminative school is to achieve the station of mystic perception and theosophy using intuition and reasoning. The pure soul is an important pillar in the wayfarer’s intuition; and since the soul has descended from the world of the dominant lights to the world of (...)
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    Transcendent art in the poems of Sadr al-Mutallahin.Mohamad Mahdi Davar, Ghasem Ali Kouchnani & Fatemeh Mohamadi Salamian - 2023 - Research in Arts and Humanities 7 (58):13-22.
    Poetry is sometimes used in a logical argument sense of the five major arguments, and the meaning behind it is the argument and expression that its common element is imagination. In fact, the distinguishing feature of poetry from other arguments is the poetic nature of the language. Poetry is sometimes used in an artistic sense and can be considered one of the seven arts. The definition of artistic poetry can be understood as a speech that is firstly rhythmic, secondly rhyming, (...)
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  6. Theological foundations of Illuminated Suhrawardi’s Virtuous City.Mohamad Mahdi Davar & Nadia Maftouni - 2022 - Nasim Kherad 8 (1):9-26.
    Suhrawardi created a revolution in the field of Iranian and Islamic thought by compiling the Illuminated Philosophy. The philosophy of Suhrawardi, which includes the collection of works and philosophical and mystical thoughts of Suhrawardi, is well presented in his book Hikma al-Ishraq. Unlike Farabi, Suhrawardi did not write an independent work about Utopia, but he spoke about the ideal ruler and the right to rule. Moreover, in his allegorical works, more than anything else, he pointed out moral points that can (...)
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