Reza Davari Ardakani
|Reza Davari Ardakani|
6 July 1933|
|Awards||Order of Knowledge (1st class)|
|Era||21st century Philosophy|
|Criticism of the West|
Reza Davari Ardakani (Persian: رضا داوری اردکانی, born 6 July 1933 in Ardakan) is a prominent Iranian philosopher who was influenced by Martin Heidegger, and a distinguished emeritus professor of philosophy at the University of Tehran. He is also the current president of the prestigious Iranian Academy of Sciences. He is known for his works on criticism of the Western Culture and thought.
Davari received primary and secondary education in Arkadan, and after leaving school became a teacher in 1951. In 1954, he entered the University of Tehran as an undergraduate, gaining a BA and in 1967 a PhD in Philosophy there. He is currently a professor of philosophy at Tehran University. From 1979 to 1981, he was dean at the faculty of literature and humanities, University of Tehran, and the head of Iranian National Commission for UNESCO from 1979 to 1982. Davari was the Editor-in-Chief of Farhang Journal.
- نشانهای دولتی در روزهای پایانی خاتمی و احمدینژاد به چهکسانی رسید؟. Tasnim News Agency (in Persian). 24 August 2013. Retrieved 15 April 2016.
- Ramin Jahanbegloo Released in Iran:Reading Arendt in Teheran
- Iranian Intellectuals and the West
- A Comparative Investigation of Political Thoughts of Davari and Soroush Regarding the West
- Şerif Mardi, Cultural transitions in the Middle East, 1994, BRILL, p. 238.
- Davari's Life
- Jacques Waardenburg, Muslims and others, 2003, Walter de Gruyter, p. 491-2
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