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  1. A Zarathushtrian Approach  to Quality Management based on Gathic Values
    Abreu, Dr. Jose Luis

    At entrance to the 3rd millennium, modern enterprises are uncovering the importance of implementing quality control in every aspect of their business. Yet, the moral and ethical aspects of human interaction frameworks that can naturally result in quality implementation is to be found in the ancient Gathic message. The author knowledgeable in both Quality Management and the Gathic concepts is uniquely able to do justices to the subject and to further our understanding of both studies.

  2. Communicative Reason & Medieval Iranian Thought
    Soroushian, Dr. Mehrborzin
    Dr. Sakhai motivated by his desire to find a solution to the problem of human misery and suffering was led to Zarathushtrian studies and produced this well referenced book based on his Ph.D. research in Iranian studies at Columbia university. Very informative perspective is presented on comparison of Zarathushtra's thought with the tenets of the Abrahamic religions as well as the the theories of Marx, Weber and Habermas.

  3. Extending Zarathushtra’s Vision in a Post Sept-11, 2001 World
    Vania, Dr. Natalie H.
    A case study arising from the post September 11, 2001 context is presented to showcase the contribution of Zarathushtra's vision in a future harmonious geo-political terrain.

  4. Forward to "The Divine Songs of Zarathushtra"
    Tagore, Nobel Prize Laurate Rabindranath

    Nobel Prize winner, visionary poet and author, Rabindranath Tagore in his article at the beginning of Dinshah Irani's "The Divine Songs of Zarathushtra" writes another masterpiece introducing the works of ancient Persian prophet.

  5. Moral Philosophy of Zarathushtra
    Sakhai, Dr. Kambiz

    Zarathushtrian moral philosophy is unique in emphasizing rationality, happiness and freedom of choice. However, the happiness it emphasizes is not narcissistic,  nor is its freedom impulsive. This article discusses the subtleties of these points.

  6. Peace and Justice: A Zarathushtrian Perspective
    Mehta, Cyrus P.

    Constructed on the basis of peaceful means for promoting the righteous order, Zarathushtra's world view emphasizes Social Justices achievable through individuals' action.  This article provides an insightful analysis of the topic of Peace and Justices from a Zarathushtrian perspective. 

  7. The Ethical Thought Proposed by Zarathushtra
    Abreu, Dr. Jose Luis

    The importance of ethical values in business and management is highlighted.  The original formulation of ethical norms and value system by Zarathushtra and its significance in the context of today’s human experience and in promoting an ideal society is discussed.

  8. The Fire of Sraosha
    Abreu, Dr. Jose Luis
    Good decision making conducive to the success of an organization most often requires good judgement calls. Developing good intuition can help us greatly make the right of judgement calls. In this insightful article Dr. Abreu discusses the theological basis for developing good intuition.

  9. The Fire of Aramaiti in Business Management
    Abreu, Dr. Jose Luis

    The Gathic essence of Aramaiti as a basis for our interaction with other humans is explored in terms of its applicability to 21st century business management.

  10. The Gathas and Contemporary Moral Philosophy
    Vania, Dr. Natalie H.

    An in-depth analysis of the Gathic perspective on morality requires an understanding of the concepts of contemporary moral philosophy. In this paper, Dr. Natalie Vania conducts a very informative discussion and presents constructive positions on Zarathushtrian episteme necessary for moral choice, normative standing of the Gathic moral choice, and the nature of moral failing, utilitarian and deontological strains in the Gathas, and sociological comment on the study of moral philosophy.

  11. Was Zarthushtra's original religion diverted?
    Bagli, Ervad Dr. Jehan
    This remarkable question was asked by many scholars and mobeds. This article offers a concise review of the issue -- whether the Magis diverted the original teachings of Zarathushtra. 

  12. Zarathushtra’s Conception of Good and Evil as Expounded in the Gathas
    Mehta, Dr. Cyrus
    A lucid and insightful discussion on the context for comprehension of Good and Evil.  A logical and independent thinking person can follow the recommended approach to arrive at optimal ethical decisions in life.

  13. Zarathushtrian Theodicy
    Bailey, Albert

    Theodicy is the branch of theology dedicated to understanding the problem of evil, that is, why evil exists in a world governed by a good, wise, and powerful god. Over the centuries, Persian thought has addressed this question more thoroughly than any other religious tradition.

  14. Zoroastrianism in the 21st Century
    Bard, Alexander

    The author critically examines the existing religions from a perspective of their ability to appeal to a highly educated and discerning global audience likely to become more of the norm in the twenty first century. The rigorous set of criteria applied in assessing the applicability of the various traditions, provides profound insight into the basis of such religions.

  15. Zoroastrianism - An Ancient Religion with a Pure Philosophy and Rich Traditions
    Anoshiravani, Dr. Ardeshir
    Historical background of the Zoroastrian religion founded by prophet Zarathushtra, and the core beliefs of the religion and its philosophical and traditional basis are all discussed.