Research and Publication
Transcendent Philosophy Journal Volume 13, December 2012, has been published by the London Academy of Iranian Studies.
Transcendent Philosophy Journal is an academic peer-reviewed journal published by the London Academy of Iranian Studies (LAIS) and aims to create a dialogue between Eastern, Western and Islamic Philosophy and Mysticism is published in December.
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Answers to Some Questions Posed about Religion and the Environment
Seyyed Hossein Nasr [7-20]
Mulla Sadra’s Life and Philosophy
Seyed G Safavi [21-96]
The Heideggerian Triad …
Islamic Perspective Journal
Number 8, 2012
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The Journal of Islamic Perspective published by the London Academy of Iranian Studies (LAIS) is a peer reviewed Journal of the Center for Humanities and Sociological Studies, affiliated to the London Academy of Iranian Studies (LAIS). This Journal aims to create a dialogue between intellectuals, thinkers and writers from the Islamic World and academics, intellectuals, thinkers and writers from other parts of the Globe. Issues in the context of Culture, Islamic Thoughts & Civilizations, and other relevant …
Habermas, Religion and Public Life written by Dr Masoumeh Bahram has been published by LAIS Press. The book is comprised of 6 chapters in 348 pages.
“Habermas is, quite rightly, regarded as one of the major philosophers and social theorists of recent decades, with a large body of work offering an innovative assessment of the challenges, difficulties and opportunities inherent within the modern project. While his work has been engaged with extensively, however, his work on religion has been relatively neglected. This book offers a valuable service in that respect, examining …
Articles, Research and Publication »
Dr Seyed G Safavi*
University of London, UK
London Academy of Iranian Studies (LAIS)
The nature of God, or the demiurge-creator and designer of the cosmos, is a venerable subject in philosophy and natural theology. Most medieval and religious discourse about God and the ontological and cosmological proofs for His existence in the Abrahamic faiths within a philosophical context stem from the famous proof for the Prime Unmoved Mover in the Physics of Aristotle. It was this proof alongside later more ontological proofs associated with Anselm and Avicenna that underpinned medieval philosophical theology. It …