Publications

Books (Persian)

A Philosopher Against Philosophy (Tehran: Kouchak, 2007). (in Farsi)

Dieter Misgeld, From Hermeneutics of the Ancient Text to the Text of Emancipatory Politics (Tehran: Kouchak, 2007). 

Works in Progress

With T. Norris, T., Dieter Misgeld: From Hermeneutics of the Ancient Text to the Text of Emancipatory Politics (Montreal: Black Rose Books, forthcoming).

Jürgen Habermas and the Claim to Universality of Western Modernity with Occidental Rationality. In revision

Claim to Universality of the Principles set forth in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. In preparation

Recognition of Iranian Identity in the Era of Globalization. In preparation

Interdisciplinary Studies as a Threat to the Discipline of Philosophy. In preparation

Problems Concerning University as an Institution and as an Idea: From the search for truth to teach functional skills to ‘customers’ In preparation

Ideology Against Ideology: From a fixed set of norms to the philosophical critique of dominant ideas. In preparation

A Society without Utopia would be a Dead Society. In preparation

Refereed Journals and Book Chapters

Articles (English):

With D. Misgeld & T. Norris, “A Philosopher’s Journey from Hermeneutics to Emancipatory Politics,”  Paideusis: International Journal in Philosophy of Education, 19:2 (2010), 86-97.

“Modernity and its Other: The Logic of Inclusive Exclusion,” Falsafeh (Journal of Philosophy) University of Tehran, 38:1 (Spring & Summer 2010), 165-190.

“A New Critical Theory? Habermas and the Search for the Normative Foundations,” Falsafeh (Journal of Philosophy) University of Tehran, 37:2 (Summer 2009), 35-61.

“Cogito, Madness and Writing,” Falsafeh (Journal of Philosophy), University of Tehran, 36:3 (Autum 2008), 25-42

“From Suspicion to Affirmation: Paul Ricoeur and a Genetic Phenomenology of Ideology,” Falsafeh, (Journal of Philosophy) University of Tehran, 36:1 (Spring 2008), 21-47.

Articles (Farsi):

“Beyond the History in the History,” Interdisciplinary Studies in History, Research Center for Islamic History (Anticipated publication 2014, Fall).

“The Necessary Conditions for Encountering the Humanities,” Rethinking the Humanities in Iran, Institute for Humanities & Cultural Studies (Anticipated publication 2014, Summer).

“The Man of Desires and Name of God as the Otherwise than Being: God’s Subjectivity and Subjectivity as “other-in-the-Self” versus Human Subjectivity,” Jostarha-ye Falsafeh-ye Din (Philosophy of Religion Studies), 1:1 Spring-Summer 2012), 119-134.

“The necessary Conditions for the Possibility of Teaching Philosophy at the University,  Falsafeh, (Journal of Philosophy), University of Tehran, 37:4 (Winter 2010), 21-36.

“Pursuing the Emancipatory Purport of Subjectivity From Frankfort to Paris.”Metaphyzik (research journal on metaphysics and related topics), 2:5 (Spring & Summer 2010), 59-74.

“University from History to Philosophy: About the Indispensability of Historical Analysis and Philosophical Rethinking of the Idea of University,” Historical Perspective & Historiography, 19:1 (Spring 2009), 123-156.

“The Ethics of Responsibility & the Pedagogy of Hope: The Essence and the Method of Teaching Philosophy from the Derridaian and Frierian Perspectives,”  Falsafeh (Journal of Philosophy),  University of Tehran, 36:4 (Winter 2009), 109-125. 

Book Chapters in Progress (English):

“Reinventing the Iranian Identity: Challenges and Prospects.” in Post-Islamist Trends in the Muslim World: Neo-Sharlati Discourse, ed. M. Mahdavi (Edmonton: University of Alberta, forthcoming).

“Shariati and Ideology,” in Post-Islamist Trends in the Muslim World: Neo-Sharlati Discourse, ed. M. Mahdavi (Edmonton: University of Alberta, forthcoming).

“Shariati and the Name of God,” in Post-Islamist Trends in the Muslim World: Neo-Sharlati Discourse, ed. M. Mahdavi (Edmonton: University of Alberta, forthcoming).

“Locating Modernity in a Cross-Cultural Tradition, Ehsan Shariati in conversation with Hossein Mesbahian,” in Post-Islamist Trends in the Muslim World: Neo-Shar‘ati Discourse, Ed. M. Mahdavi (Edmonton: University of Alberta, forthcoming). 

Other Articles (Farsi):

“Paul Ricoeur’s Conception of Ideology, In  Religion and Ideology,” in Shariati’s Cultural Foundation, Tehran, Iran. 2012, 17-65.

“Shariati and the Name of God,” in  Religion and Ideology. Shariati’s Cultural Foundation, Tehran, Iran. 2012 , 185-258.

“Shariati and Humanities,” In  Shariati and University, Shariati’s Cultural Foundations, Tehran, Iran. (2012, Summer). 51-60.

 “An Excellent Mentor,” Sharg Newspaper. Tehran, Iran. (2010, Sept. 23).

“Friendship to Come: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Friendship,” Madrese, 2. Tehran, Iran. (2006).

“Mossadegh’s Understanding of Politics and its Correlation with Ethics,”  Aftab Magazine, No. 28, 82 Tehran, Iran. (2002, August).  44-48.

“Reconstruction of Iranian Cultural Identity, Reconstruction of Iranian Identity in the Era of Globalization,” Ghasidehsara Publication, Tehran, Iran. (2001).  54-91.

“Dieter Misgeld and the Third Kind of Utopia,” Aftab Magazine, Tehran, Iran                                   

 (2001, February). No.15, 81.

 Translation of Dieter Misgeld, “The Distinctiveness of Europe, the Geisteswissenschaffen and a Global Society: Reflections on some Recent Writings by Hans Georg Gadamer,” Aftab Magazine, Tehran, Iran, (2001, February). No.15, 81.

“A Critical Examination of the Concept of Ideology: An Attempt to Present a New Definition, In the Margin of the Context,” Shahr e Aftab Publication,Tehran, Iran.  (1997). 37-131

Interviews

2012

Apr. 7              “A Society without Utopia would be a Dead Society,” Hossein Mesbahian in conversation with Kabutar Arshadi. Sharg Newspaper, 25 & 29.

2010

Nov. 20           “Right to Philosophy in the University without Condition,” Hossein Mesbahian in         conversation with Hossein Ghavam.  Sharg Newspaper.

Sept. 20           “In Defense of University,” Hossein Mesbahian & Ehsan Shariati in conversation with Arman Zakeri & Zohreh Maleki. Sahar (students’ bulletin, University of Tehran). http://ehsanshariati.blogfa.com

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