Applied Philosophy and Interdisciplinarity

Mohammad Sadiq Zahedi

Volume 6, Issue 2 , June 2014, Pages 1-17

  Improving applied science is one of the main goals in higher education policy, Todays. In the meantime, practicalization of theoretical sciences is difficult and complicated because dividing science into practical and theoretical, puts these two groups of sciences in front of each other. Although, Sciences ...  Read More

The Necessity of Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities

Morteza Ebrahimi

Volume 6, Issue 2 , June 2014, Pages 19-32

  Relentless efforts of scholars in humanities to strike a balance between the beliefs of human beings about the world and life on the hand, and the issue of outlook on life (world view) indicates that there is a large gap between people’s beliefs and their outlook on life (world view). Thus, it ...  Read More

Conditions of Possibility and Reasons for Preventing the Establishment of the Interdisciplinary of “Social Policy” in Iran

Masoumeh Qarakhani

Volume 6, Issue 2 , June 2014, Pages 33-55

  One characteristic of interdisciplinary educations is creating a connection between theoretical and practical spheres of education, and also establishing an effective bond between science and everyday social realities. “Social policy”, as an interdisciplinary, that deals with systematic and ...  Read More

Interdisciplinary Approach to Social Health: The Predictive Role of the Individualism-Collectivism

Mansoore Nikoogoftar

Volume 6, Issue 2 , June 2014, Pages 57-70

  Explanations of social problems due to its complexity and many angles, requires interdisciplinary and integrated view of knowledge. The cultural patterns, involves integrating psychological and sociological approaches. Individualism-collectivism cultural patterns that determine a person’s relationship ...  Read More

"Social Imaginary" an Interdisciplinary Concept

Fariborz Moharamkhani

Volume 6, Issue 2 , June 2014, Pages 71-90

  Brian Fey, divides concepts into three categories; first, concepts which we use in thinking, second, concepts which we think about, and third, concept by which we think,. According to this categories, "social imaginary" would be in third category. it means that there is fixed cultural element within ...  Read More

Beginning and the End of Civil Friendship in Al-Farabi’s Philosophy

Morteza Bahrani

Volume 6, Issue 2 , June 2014, Pages 91-109

  This paper focused on the analysis and explanation of “civil friendship” in al-Farabi’s philosophy; so the question is: what are the beginning and the end of civil friendship in his philosophy? It seems that for al-Farabi, the friendship has the power of binding the creatures to each ...  Read More

Organizing the Islamic Humanities; An Interdisciplinary Necessity

Muhammad Hadi Yaghoubnezhad

Volume 6, Issue 2 , June 2014, Pages 111-137

  The present paper is organized to explain about science and it’s organizing to provide a solution proportionate to the Islamic humanities issues in which seeking answers to these questions from the perspective of management as the pervasive element in any job and human environment, for the engineering ...  Read More