IBNA- The commemoration ceremony of Iranian philosophy researcher Mohammad-Ali Moradi has been scheduled at Elmi va Farhangi publishing in Tehran where his last book ‘Philosophical Foundation of Science and Culture’ will be unveiled.
According to IBNA correspondent, the commemoration ceremony will be held on Monday, September 24 at 5 to 7 p.m. Moradi died last July in Germany where he studied and practiced philosophy for several years. He was also a political activist both before the Islamic Revolution and in the post-revolution era. In the early 1990s, he left the scene of politics and concentrated his works on philosophy.
Moradi received his education at Berlin University where he learned philosophy, sociology and Islamic studies. Moradi’s MA dissertation titled “The Concept of Concept in Critique of Pure Reason" on Immanuel Kant’s work. His Ph.D. thesis titled “Consciousness and Self-Consciousness within Early Fichte” on Johann Gottlieb Fichte.
He was a researcher and University instructor of philosophy whose expertise was “German Idealism” particularly the ideas of Kant and Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel.
In his last years, although did not officially taught in Iranian universities, Moradi established open workshops and provided scientific advisory for the students of humanities and social sciences.