10th Anniversary of IAPR

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The 10th Anniversary of Iranian Association for Philosophy of Religion (IAPR) was held on Wednesday, July 7, 2021. the special guest of this meeting was William Hasker (professor emeritus of philosophy at Huntington University) who delivered his speech entitled “Creation, … Continued

Closing session of CPR2021

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the closing of CPR2021 held on Wednesday, June 2 2021 at 12:30 pm (UTC), is available now. the panelists of this session were Charles Taliaferro (St. Olaf College, USA), Thaddeus Metz (University of Pretoria, South Africa), Rasoul Rasoulipour (Kharazmi University, … Continued

English Panelists of CPR2021

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The 9th International Conference on Contemporary Philosophy of Religion (CPR2021) “Pedagogy: Research and Practice in the field of Philosophy of Religion” will be held from May 9 – June 2, 2021. This conference will have 19 sessions (accessible here), among … Continued

Persian Online Lectures of IAPR

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IAPR has planned 6 winter online lectures in Farsi, by Iranian professors inside Iran and abroad. Starting from February 3rd, these lectures will be held weekly at 18 – 20 (Tehran time). for registration, you can register via this link. … Continued

Unicity of intellect; Aquinas vs Averroes

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Bureau of International Scientific Cooperation, Center for Europian Studies of Kharazmi University in collaboration with Iranian Association for Philosophy of Religion: 🔷 Unicity of intellect; Aquinas vs Averroes Dr. R. Rasoulipour (Kharazmi University) Dr. F. Manni (PhD. King’s College London) … Continued

Existentialist Conception of Religion in Wittgenstein

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100 years after the first publication of Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus, Österreichisches Kulturforum Teheran in cooperation with Kharazmi University held an online symposium on December 10, 2020. Dr. Rasoul Rasoulipour’s had a lecture in this symposium with the title “Existentialist Conception of Religion in Wittgenstein”. below … Continued

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