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...Mirza Hashim b. Hasan b. Muhammad ‘Ali al- Ashkiwari Ashkiwari was from the Gilan region of Iran. Ashkiwari studied with the famous philosophers and teachers of his time, Aqa Muhammad Rida Qumsha’i and Abu’l-Hasan Jilwah . His major impact...
...Aqa Mirza Muhammad Hasan Kirmanshahi was born as his name suggests in Kirmanshah, Iran. After completing his early education, he moved to Tehran where he studied philosophy with Ali Zunuzi and Abu’l-Hasan Jilwa . When Zunuzi died...
...ʿAbd al-Jabbar Akhund Mulla Fath ‘Ali Sultan Abadi Abadi was an influential teacher of philosophy and jurisprudence of his time. Very little is known of his life. He studied religious and intellectual sciences in Iraq. He traveled to Najaf...
...An important member of the school of Mulla Sadra Mulla Sadra in the late nineteenth century, Akhund Mulla Muhammad Hidaji was from Zanjan. He studied with the most famous philosopher-scholars of his time, including Mulla Hadi Sabziwari...
...Qazwini, Sayyid Abu’l-Hasan Qashqa’i, Jihangir Khan Kirmanshahi, Aqa Mirza Muhammad Hasan ibn Sina Ashkiwari One of the most famous teachers of Iran in the nineteenth century, Qashqa’i was a philosopher in the tradition of the school...
...A famous scholar of fourteenth-century Ottoman thought, Aksarayi produced a number of works in such traditional fields as grammar, kalam, ethics, and hadith . Not much is known about his life. He was a professor at a madrasa in Iznik...
...Journalist, traveler, and politician, Mehmet Ubeydullah Efendi Ubeydullah Efendi was born in Izmir. After completing his traditional training in the religious sciences, he attended the medical school in Istanbul for a few years, without...
...al-Sabziwari/Sabzawari ibn Sina ibn al-‘Arabi, Muhyiddin Hamadhani, ‘Ayn al-Qudat al-Hamadani, Mulla Husayn-qali al-Ghazali, Abu Hamid One of the major figures of the Qajar period, Mulla Husayn-qali Hamadani, was born in Hamadan. Very...
...The Ottoman writer and statesman Münif Paşa lived and flourished during the reign of Abdulhamid II. Having been trained as a bureaucrat, he held various government positions and became the minister of culture in 1877. For some time, he...
...Yanyalı Esat b. Ali b. Osman Efendi was born in the Epirus region of northwestern Greece. He received his early education in Yanya and Istanbul. He learned Arabic, Persian, French, Greek, and Latin. He was appointed a professor at the Eyüp...