Nasrollah Hekmat

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Nasrollah Hekmat (born 1957) is an Iranian philosopher and Professor of philosophy at the Shahid Beheshti University.

He first went to hawza and get the highest degree of Islamic studies. But in 1980 he came out from hawza and began to study philosophy. Finally in 1994 Hekmat got his PhD in Western Philosophy.

Nasrollah Hekmat's philosophy is Influenced by some Iranian and European philosophers like Avicena, Farabi, Sohrevardi, Ibn Arabi, Max Scheler and Kant.

Some of his obvious point of his philosophy are "the critic of logical thinking", "gnostisist philosophy" and existentialism.

Selected publications[edit]

All works in Persian.

  • 1997 "A hesitation about the philosophy of reosen's history"
  • 2002 "What's a question?!"
  • 2006 "Philosophy of Ameri neishabouri"
  • 2008 "The art and wisdom in the Ibne Arabi's philosophy"
  • 2009 "Farabi"
  • 2010 "Metaphysics of Wonder"
  • 2011 "Avicena's metaphysic"

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