The Fifth Specialized Meeting on the History of Ancient Philosophy: “The Development of Philosophical Thought in Iran”
Following the several meetings and seminars held during
this year, the Fifth Specialized Meeting concerning “The
History of Philosophy” was held by the Sadra Islamic
Philosophy Institute last week. The heads of the
four-fold scientific boards of the Center for Compiling
a Comprehensive History of Philosophy and Wisdom also
took part in this meeting.
Some of the masters and researchers of philosophy and
history of philosophy, archeology, history, and
linguistics departments of the important universities of
the country attended this meeting.
A number of papers were presented by philosophy masters
in this meeting, which was held with the presence of
Professor Khamenei, the President of the Center for
Compiling a Comprehensive History of Philosophy and
Wisdom. They continued the meeting by discussing the
themes and topics in relation to the project.
“The Magi and Iranian Wisdom in Aristotle’s Works” was
the title of the speech delivered by Dr. Hussein Kalbasi
from ‘Allamah Tabataba’i University.
Dr. Atusa Mu’meni, the member of the scientific board of
Jahad Daneshghahi also presented her research paper
entitled “A Introduction to the Formation of Primitive
Immigrant Governments in Ancient Elam”.
After the free discussion time, which is common in the
scientific interdisciplinary meetings in the Sadra
Islamic Philosophy Institute, and in which the
researchers of various disciplines have a chance for
exchanging their ideas and opinions, Dr. Hikmatullah
Mulla Salihi, the faculty member of Tehran University,
closed the fifth meeting of “The Development of
Philosophical Thought in Ancient Iran” with his
research-oriented discussion of the topic "The Eastern
Origins of the Western Region of History”.
According to the President of the
Center for Compiling a Comprehensive History of
Philosophy and Wisdom, these scientific-research
meetings will continue in future and the presented
papers will be published in related books and journals.
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