The Relationship between Two Secular and Theological Interpretations of the Concept of Highest Good in Kant
Dr. Reza Mahoozi, the faculty member of the Institute for Social and Cultural Studies wrote in his latest published article about “The Relationship between Two Secular and Theological Interpretations of the Concept of Highest Good in Kant”
Appointment the Head and the Scientific Council Secretary of the Secretariat of the 10th Farabi International Award
Dr. Mansoor Gholami, Minister of Science, Research and Technology and the Head of the 10th Farabi International Award, appointed Dr. Hossein Mirzaei, head of the Institute for Social and Cultural Studies, to the head of the 10th Farabi Secretariat and Dr. Seyyed Abdul Amir Nabavi, the Faculty member of the Institute as the secretary of the scientific council of the 10th Farabi International Award in separate letters of appointment.
The 9th Farabi International Award Closing Ceremony in Details
The 9th Farabi International Award closing ceremony was held on Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018 with the presence of the President, the Minister of Science, heads of universities and institutes of higher education, professors and scholars of the humanities and Islamic sciences in the International Conference Center.
Moridi: “With no University: Nothing was left from the Art
MohammadrezaMoridi (PhD) joined a meeting in the second session of the session series of Professors’ Cultural Lifewith the theme: “Art in Pre-/Post-universityera and within the university” According to the Report by the public relation of the Institute of Social and Cultural Studies, Moridi stated that; “Artists hide their artistic resources and the myth still prevails…
“Diffusion of Women citizenship and the Higher Education System” the article was publishedrecently
Recently, the scholarly paper titled as:Diffusion of women citizenship in higher education system was recently published by the faculty member of the Institute of Social and Cultural Studies. According to the report by the Institute of Social and Cultural Studies of the ministry of Science, Research and Technology, the articlewas published inHaft Shahr;the scientific journal…
Ziaee: “Mysticism is not Produced in Vacuum”
The second session of the session series of “Mysticism and the Scientific Thought” was held in the Tehran University Faculty of Social Sciences. Seyyed Abdolhamid Ziaee, the researcher of comparative mysticism held talk in this session. According to the report by the public relation of the Institute of Social and Cultural Studies, affiliated with the…
“Book is a Media in the Philosophy of Science”: in the introductory session on the book, titled as; “Scientific Episteme of Social Sciences in Iran”
The session was dedicated to the introduction of the book; “Scientific Episteme of Social Sciences in Iran” by Mohammad Taghi Iman, PhD on 29 October, 2017 in the Shiraz University Faculty of Economy, Management and Social Sciences. The session also welcomed Esmaeil Khalili and Esfandiar Ghaffari Nasab as critics of the book. According to…
Examining the status of France Higher Education
The meeting welcomed the deputies of University of Paris 13, held in the Institute of Social and Cultural Studies to address the current status of France’s higher education.
In the meeting, Dr. Daniel Verba and Prof. Phillip Barbeh from France joined Jabbar Rahmani (PhD), the Deputy of Research and education; Reza Mahouzi (PhD), deputy of Financial Affairs, Ahmad Shakeri (PhD), the international Deputy and the faculty members exchanged talk on the higher education of France.
A Narrative of “Inexorable Treasures of Modernity and Mysticism Rebuttal”
“We are unable to provide the accurate, definite and comprehensive meaning for mysticism as the term “mysticism” is very broad. Such broadness also has impaired the notion”: Dr. SeyyedAbdolhamidZiaee said in the Faculty of Social Sciences in Tehran University. According to the report by the public relation of the Institute of Social and Cultural…
“Intellectual trained out of the University System”: Samim (PhD)
In the first session of the session series on “Cultural Life of Professors” titled as “Is Iranian University a Space for Cultural Production?” Reza Samim (PhD) referred to the meanings of the notion and maintained that: “the issue of intellectualism is addressed when we confront with the duality of intellectual and anti-intellectual. Such duality is presented by the dual meaning of classic and folklore and was transformed from the early time of the modern era”. The meeting was held yesterday in the Hall of Associations of the Social Sciences in Tehran University from 15 to 17 p.m.