References

1. Akbari, M. (2006). Grief and Happiness in Tradition of the Fourteen Innocent Ones (Peace be upon them). (2nd education.). Qom: Safheh Negar.

2. Alavi, H.R. (2005). The essential points of educational philosophy. Kerman: Shahid Bahonar university of Kerman publications.

3. Argyle, M. (2004). The Psychology of Happiness. (2nd ed.). Isfahan: Jahad-e-Daneshgahi Pblications of Isfahan.

4. Aristotles’ Nicomachean Ethics, Translated by W. D. Roy. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

5. Audi, R. (2001). The Cambridge dictionary of philosophy. Second edition. U.K.: Cambridge university press.

6. Barumand, M. (2001). Methods of Instruction in the Qur’an and Tradition. Rasht: Ketab-e-Mobin.

7. Beheshti, M., Faghihi, A.N. & Abja’fari, M. (2001). Muslim scholars' ideas on education and its foundations. Vol.4. Tehran: Samt.

8. Blackburn, S. (2005). Oxford Dictionary of philosophy. (2nd ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

9. Bureau of Houzeh and university cooperation. (1998). Muslim scholars ideas on education and its foundations. Vol.1. Tehran: Samt.

10. Comte – Sponvill, A. (2003). Great virtues. Translated into English by Catherine Temerson. U.K: Vintage.

11. Copleston, F. (1983). History of philosophy. Tehran: Soroush–Elmi, Farhangi

12. Curley, E. (1996). Benedict De Spinoza – Ethics – England: Penguin Classics.

13. Davies, B. (2003). Aquinas. Second edition. London, New York: Continuum.

14. De Batton, A. (1969). Philosophy condolences. Tehran: Gognus.

15. Dowar, G. (2002). Religious studies: philosophy & Ethics. Oxford: university press.

16. Durant, v. (1983). History of philosophy. Seventh edition. Tehran: Danesh.

17. Forughi, M.A. (1997). Wisdom in Europe. Fifth edition. Tehran: Safi Alishah.

18. Frede, D. (2003). Plato’s ethics: an overview Stanford encyclopedia of philosophy. University of Hamburg.

19. Freedman, D.N.; Myers, A.C. & Becd, A.B. (2000). Dictionary of the Bible. U.K. Willam B. Eerdmans Publishing Company.

20. Ghazzali, M. (1982). Kimia-e-Saadat. Tehran: Elmi & Farhangi.

21. Ghazzali, M. (2000). A Sellection of Kimia-e-Saadat. Selection, Introduction, and Interpretation of the Words by Saeed Youof Nia. Tehran: Gadyani.

22. Griffin, J. P. (2000). In Concise Routledge Encylopedia of philosophy. (pp. 332- 333). London and New York: Routledge.

23. Hartog, J. and Dosterbeek, H. (1996). Health, wealth, and happiness: why pursue a higher education? University of Amsterdam. Department of Economics.

24. Hoggard, L. (2005). How to Bo Happy. London: BBC Books.

25. Holy Qur’an. (2007). English translation by Arthr J. Arberry. (3rd ed.). Qom: Ansariyan.

26. Honderich, T. (2005). The Oxford companion to philosophy. Second edition. UK: Oxford university press.

27. Imam Ali. (1996). Nahjul Balagha. English translation by Syed Ali Reza. Qom: Ansariyan.

28. Imam Sajjad. (2003). The Psalms of Islam. English translation by C. Chittick. (3rd ed.). Qom: Ansariyan

29. Kardan, A. (2002).Movement of education ideas in west. Tehran: samt.

30. Koshentzo, L. (1998). Great philosophers of Greece. Tehran: Ghazal.

31. Loqmani, A. (2006). Best Life Wishes. (3rd ed.). Qom: Behesht-e-Binesh (Paradise of Insight).

32. MacKinnon (2005). Happiness, in J. Macquarrie & J. Childress (Eds.). A New Dictionary of Christian Ethics (p. 260). London: Scm Press.

33. Macquarrie, J. and childress, J. (2001). A New Dictionary of Christian Ethics. UK: Scm Press.

34. Martin, P. (2006). Making Happyy People. London: Harper Perennial.

35. Miller, J. (2005). Spinoza’s Axiology. Queen’s university, Ontario.

36. Mohammad (the Prophet of Islam). (1995). Nahjolfasaha (11th education.). Tehran: Islamic culture Publication Bureau.

37. Mohammadi Rey Shahri,M.(1993). Mizanolhekmah (Standard of wisdom). (4th ed.). Qom: Islamic propaganda Brea of Qom Howzeh.

38. Nadler, S. (2005) Baruch Spinoza – Stanford Encyclopedia of philosophy.

39. Naqib zadeh. (1999). Philosophy of education. Tehran: Tahuri,

40. Naqib zadeh. A. (1993). An introduction to philosophy. Tehran: Tahuri.

41. Nettle, D. (2005). Happiness. Oxford: Oxford university press.

42. Niven, D. (2000). The 100 Simple Secrets of Happy People. HarperSanFrancisco: A Division of harperCoUms Publisbers.

43. Noddings, N. (2005). Happiness and education. Cambridge: Cambridge university press.

44. Norman, R. (2005). In T. Honderich (Ed.), The Oxford Companion to Philosophy. (2nd ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

45. Pasandideh. A. (2007). Satisfaction With Life. (5th education.). Qom: Dar-al-hadith Printing and Publications organization.

46. Pawelski, J. O. (2008). In J. Lachs & R. Talaisse (Eds.), American Philosophy an Encyclopedia (pp. 356- 357). New York and London: Routledge

47. Plato’s Republic. Translated by Robin Waterfield (1993). Oxford: Oxford Univesity press.

48. Pojman, L. P. (2003). Classics of philosophy. 2nd edition. New York, Oxford: Oxford University Press

49. Popkin, R. H. & Stroll, A. (1995). Philosophy made simple. Tenth edition. Tehran: Hekmat.

50. Qur’an Culture and Knowledge Center. (2007). Encyclopedia of the Glorious Qur’an. Qom: Institute of Book (Boostan-e-Ketab).

51. Rendel. J.H. & Bakler, B. (1996). An Introduction to philosophy. Tehran: Sorush

52. Rorty. A.O. (1998). Philosophers on Education. London and New York: Rutledge.

53. Rousseau. J. J. (2001). Emile. Tehran: Nahid.

54. Sharma, S.R. (2001). Philosophy and ethics in Islam. Parakash house: Qmsons publications.

55. Wild, J. (1930). “Ethic,” in Spinoza. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons.

56. Tabatabaie, M. H. (1987). Al–Mizan interpretation. Tehran: Scientific Foundation of Tabatabaie.

57. Tayyebi, N. & Moeenoleslam, M. (2004). Psychological Foundations of Happiness with emphasis on Religious Attitude. (2nd ed.). Qom: Behesht-e-Binesh (Paradise of Insight).

58. Tusi, K. N. (1985). Akhlage – e – Nasari. Tehran: Kharazmi.

59. Tusi, K. N. (1998). A selection of Akhlag-e-Naser. Introduction, Selection and Intrpretation of the wordsa by Shahram Rajab Zadeh. Tehran: Gadyani.

60. White, N. (2006). A brief history of happiness. U.K.: Blackwell publishing.

61. Yaspers, K. (1996). Spinoza – philosophy of divinity and politics. Khorramshahr: Tarh- e – nou.