Capacities and Obstacles for Developing Interdisciplinary Humanities

Gholamhosein Khorshidi; Shiva Pishgahi

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2012, Pages 1-16

  Development of interdisciplinary sciences is a multidimensional issue, thus paying attention to the mechanism, capacities and obstacles for realization of developing these sciences is a complicated task to be done. Generalizing this matter is not possible and mentioning some topics is the only thing ...  Read More

The Obstacles and Solutions in Using Human Sciences Research

Mohammad Ahmasi; Samad Rasoolzadeaghdam; Yousof Mohammadifar

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2012, Pages 17-34

  In most of the major development strategies and plans, a special emphasis on the production of knowledge and turn it into goods and services used by the community, though in some fields of knowledge, such as basic sciences, qualitative and quantitative growth of the documents have been good, but the ...  Read More

The Critical Thinking Skills Training: Interdisciplinary Approaches

Mohammad Asgari

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2012, Pages 35-64

  The thinking skills training, especially critical thinking ones, has received due consideration since the intent times. The multi-domain nature of the issues related to the human society has increased the significance of the critical thinking training (C. T. T.) as the basis for interdisciplinary courses. ...  Read More

Transdisciplinary Approach of Edgar Morin and his Philosophical Foundations of Thought

Alireza Mahmoodnia; Parvaneh Najarian; Saeid Zarghami; Mohammad Yamani

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2012, Pages 65-86

  Edgar Morin believes that the contemporary education systems get in crisis, which due to a simplified and separate approach to science and breaking it down to separate disciplines and putting overemphasis on specialization and super specialization. He suggests a transdisciplinary approach to challenge ...  Read More

Methodological Reconstruction of Public Choice Theory

Faez Dinparast; Ali Saeei

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2012, Pages 87-110

  The subject of this paper is reconstruction of public choice theory. The public choice theory, as the theoretical basis of modern political economy, has been criticized from different perspectives. This paper aims to find a way to redress the methodological defects of this theory by putting the public ...  Read More

Jacause Derrida and the Declining Process of the Western political philosophy

Alireza Aghahoseini

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2012, Pages 111-137

  The Present article aims at studying three discursive waves of the western Modernity exploring the declining process of political theorization. In this regard, the article will point to the discursive wave of rationality, the Rationality which had claimed to shed the light over the whole of human life. ...  Read More