Document Type : Research Paper
Faculty Member of Islamic Azad University, Tehran North Branch, Tehran, Iran
Professor, University of Tehran, Farabi Campus, Qom, Iran
Defining faith and fideism of the Faithful (Muslim, Chistian, and Jew) and dividing fideism into extreme and moderate along with the investigation of the fideism and skepticism, The article at hand sets out to analyze Wittgenstein's fideism. Wittgenstein's religious view emphasizes the non-cognitive quality of religious language and at the same time, considers religious beliefs to be mostly uncaused. Due to the accuracy of his fedeist interpretations or his religious language, the philosophers who somehow have been affected by him doubt the belief that he has been an unrealist. Because of the convenience concerns, we summerize Wittgenstein's fedeism in three points: uncausedness of religious beliefs, non-cognitive interpreation of them, and unrealistic interpretation of religion.