Ebrahim Azadegan

Associate Professor
Department Chair

Research Interests

Analytical Philosophy Ethics Philosophy of Religion Science and Religion


B.Sc. Electrical Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, 1995-2000
M.Sc. Nuclear Physics, Amir Kabir University of Technology, 2000-2003
PhD Analytic Philosophy, Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences, IPM, 2005-2011
Visiting Graduate Student, St Peter’s College, University of Oxford, 2010-11


  • “Ibn Arabi on the problem of Divine Hiddenness”, Journal of Ibn Arabi Society, Vol. 53, 2013
  • “Divine Love and Divine Hiddenness”, European Journal for Philosophy of Religion, 2014.
  • “Divine Hiddenness and Human Sin: The Noetic Effect of Sin”, Journal of Reformed Theology, Vol.7, 2013.
  • “Naturalsitic Science vs. Theistic Science”, Journal of Methodology of Human Sciences, Vol.72, 2012 (written in Persian).
  • “Religious Foundations of Modern Science”, Rahjo Journal, 2014 [written in Persian].
  • Deus Absconditus in Islamic Mysticism Journal of Transcendent Philosophy, 2016
  • “Antitheism and Gratuitous Evil”, Heythrop Journal, 2017.
  • Niloufar Shahinia, Ebrahim Azadegan, ‘How Russelian Monism can contribute to the mind-body problem’ Zehn, 2017 [Persian].
  • Zahra Zargar, Ebrahim Azadegan, L. Nabavi, ‘Should Methodological Naturalist commit to metaphysical naturalism?’ Journal for General Philosophy of Science, 2019.
  • “Evil in the Fine-tuned world”, Heythrop Journal , 2019.
  • “Human dignity and the future of human rights debate in Islamic world”, ASIATICA (published by Saint Petersburg State University), 2019.
  • “On the Incompatibility of God’s knowledge of Particulars and the doctrine of divine immutability: towards a reform in Islamic Theology”, Religious Studies, 2020.
  • “On the current debate regarding two conceptions of Islam: Totalitarianism vs. Libertarianism”, ASIATICA (published by Saint Petersburg State University), 2021.
  • “Modern sciences in religious Iran: An assessment of the educated Iranians’ attitude toward biological evolution”, Vestnik of Saint Petersburg University. Philosophy and Conflict Studies, 2022.