Annual Conferences of Iranian Association for Logic

Iranian Association for Logic (IAL) (founded in 2012) is the unique national NGO for mathematical and philosophical logic in Iran. Almost all Iranian logic professors and students are its members. In December 2015, they had their third annual conference in Tarbiat Modares University of Tehran.  IAL annual conference is considered as an important national event […]

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Iran Overflow: A Mathematical Movement!

If you are a math researcher or somebody whose area of study has something to do with mathematics, you possibly have heard about MathOverflow.net or accidentally arrived at some posts in this site after Googling a mathematical notion. This post is for introducing “Iran Overflow”, a scientific movement of Iranian mathematicians who use MathOverflow. So let me […]

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The Origins of the Second Temple: Persian Imperial Policy & Rebuilding of Jerusalem

Based on what I presented about Israel under Persians’ rule in one of my previous posts, “The Symbolic Value of Aleph“, some of my friends asked me questions about good references for further detailed readings regarding this particular historical period which is a turning point in the history of middle East too. Here I would like […]

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