Philosophical Papers magazine celebrates Dr. Najib Al-Hasadi and his philosophical efforts
In Issue No. 86 of 2022 of the Journal of Philosophical Papers, which is a non-periodical, peer-reviewed scientific journal, whose editor-in-chief is Ahmed Abdel Halim Attia, and is published in Cairo.
To read the full issue here It is 238 pages long.
It was stated in the introduction to the issue, page 3, under the title: Controversies in Contemporary Epistemological and Bioethical Thought:
Epistemological philosophical thought is still preoccupied with methodological controversy among contemporary philosophers of science. Specialists in epistemology and the philosophy of science in contemporary thought have been preoccupied with this constant controversy related to method on the one hand and issues of the philosophy of mind and the philosophy of mind. Despite the scarcity of those working in epistemology in Egypt, Algeria and Morocco, Dr. Naguib Al-Hasadi Over the past twenty years, he has been occupied with these issues, and in the last issue we devoted a lengthy study to his efforts, specializing in Dr. Abdel Basit Othman… Here we present these various studies and translations written by Chanda Gupta, A Bitnam Resolution of the Popper/Kuhn Controversy, and George A. . Riches on “Is the universe assassinated by logical empiricism” translated by Al-Hasadi, and “I think that I am thinking, therefore I exist in what I think” by Al-Hasadi, with his study in collaboration with Aya Suhaim, “The Mental-Body Dialectic,” and we find in these studies what expresses one of the forms of the contemporary epistemological debate in Philosophy of Science We have allocated one of the three files included in the issue to it.
The following was published by Professor Dr. Najeeb Al-Hasadi in this issue:
“I think that I think, therefore I exist, while I think” An analysis of the title of a study by Fred Dretske from pp. 73 to p. 83.
Did Dretske close a window and open a door? From p. 84 to p. 106.
Fred Dratsky, one of the most prominent contemporary epistemologists, is a professor at Dr. Najeeb Al-Hasadi for 5 years, and his thesis supervisor, Dr. said about him. Naguib: “I have not benefited as much as I have benefited from anyone in my academic career,” p. 105 of this issue.
The mental-physical dialectic (co-written by Najib Al-Hasadi – Aya Suhaim) from p. 107 to p. 134
A Putnam Solution to the Popper-Kuhn Controversy (Chanda Gupta) Translated by Dr. Najib Al-Hasadi. From p. 135 to p. 152
Did Kuhn assassinate logical empiricism? George A. Resh, translated by Dr. Najib Al-Hasadi. From p. 153 to p. 170.