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Philosophy




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Dr. Taraneh Javanbakht's received her third master's degree in philosophy from the University of Quebec in Montreal (UQAM) in 2016. Her master's thesis includes her innovations in several branches of philosophy such as logic, cognitive philosophy, metaphysics, ethics and their perspectives in political philosophy. 

After having completed propaedeutic courses in philosophy, Dr. Taraneh Javanbakht did her third master's (M.A.) in philosophy at the UQAM in 2013. Her third master's thesis in philosophy was on the combination of non-classical logics (fuzzy logic, modal logic and tendential logic) on the model of tree for modeling the categories of concepts.

Dr. Taraneh Javanbakht is the inventor of the demarcator theory, the model of tree, the combination of non-classical logics on the model of tree, the tendential logic, the rule of constraint in cognitive sciences and Netism (a new philosophical system), which were published in her master's thesis in philosophy at the UQAM in 2016. The demarcator theory is in opposition to the prototype theory. It is also different from the other theories of categorisation. Her theories and innovations in her master's thesis in philosophy explain why, how and when an agent distinguishes or confounds the categories of concepts. She proposed distanceology as a new branch of philosophy, which was published in her master's thesis in philosophy at UQAM in 2016. Distanceology is the study of the distance between philosophy and pure sciences and the rules that help reduce it. Non classical logics such as the tendential logic, the fuzzy logic, the modal logic, etc can be used in distanceoloy.

Dr. Taraneh Javanbakht's philosophical articles have been published in academic journals. They include a variety of branches of philosophy such as metaphysics, logic, analytical philosophy, ethics, political philosophy, esthetics, philosophy of knowledge and philosophy of language.

Dr. Taraneh Javanbakht's philosophical system, Netism, including her theoretical innovations and applications in metaphysics, analytical philosophy, ethics and political philosophy, was published in the journals of philosophy in Canada, Switzerland and Iran. Her metaphysics in Netism contains new aspects of the metaphysical knowledge, which was published in The Saba Magazine in Canada in 2008. Dr. Taraneh Javanbakht wrote new metaphysics, analytical philosophy, ethics and political philosophy in Netism, which were published in Journal of New Philosophy by the Tabatabai University in Iran in 2011 and 2012. She also wrote new logic, esthetics, philosophy of knowledge and philosophy of language, which will be published in the future.
The first part of her article on Netism, which was published in Journal of New Philosophy by  Tabatabai University in Iran in 2011, was entitled:
Netism: A new metaphysics and its impacts (volume 1, pages 34-40)
The second part of her article on Netism, which was published in Journal of New Philosophy by  Tabatabai University in Iran in 2011, was entitled:
Referential analytic philosophy and its impacts (volume 3, pages 15-25)
The third part of her article on Netism, which was published in Journal of New Philosophy by  Tabatabai University in Iran in 2012, was entitled:
Netism: Political philosophy and its impacts (volume 4, pages 15-17)

Dr. Taraneh Javanbakht was interviewed about Netism and her other works at CJNT-TV and on Radio Zamaneh in 2008. She talked on her philosophical system, Netism, containing her theories on metaphysics, analytical philosophy, ethics and political philosophy, in her conferences in the department of philosophy at the University of Quebec in Montreal in 2013 and 2014 and in her conference for Philopolis program in the department of social sciences at the University of Montreal in 2014.

According to Netism, reason is limited to the tendencies of repetition. So, being is defined as a network of tendencies of repetition, enveloping the reason. This does not mean that being is always repeated in the same way, but it contains the tendencies of repetition despite its changes. Netism is against Kant's metaphysics in which the pure reason is defined as the basic tool of the metaphysical knowledge. According to Netism, the pure reason does not exist. It is also in opposition to Descartes' metaphysics in which the tendencies of repetition, called habits, deviate the human mind from the rational knowledge. Netism is in accordance with the scientific methods, in which the repetition of experiments is not only considered as the best method of research, but also it is the only way to reduce the experimental errors. Disorders of being can be explained by Netism, but not by other metaphysics. The pure rationalism has leaded the history of philosophy to Nihilism, the denial of metaphysics. Netism is a radical change in the metaphysics in order to save it from the human uncertain denial.











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