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... Al-Biruni Abu Rayhan , Al-Athar al-baqiya , Frankfurt : Minerva, 1969. Aminrazavi M. , “Iranshahri: Life and Views on Time and Space,” Islamic Studies, 31, 4 (1992), pp. 479–86 . An Anthology of Philosophy in Persia , eds. S. Nasr and M. Aminrazavi...
... Khayyam”, Oriental College Magazine, 35, 3 (1959), pp. 1–24 . Aminrazavi M. , The Wine of Wisdom: The Life, Poetry, Philosophy and Science of Omar Khayyam , Oxford : Oneworld Press, 2005. Archibald R. C. , “Notes on ‘Omar Khayyam (1050–1122)...
...Our knowledge about the life of Jurjani is rather sparse. We know his family was originally from Astarabad and that he was born in Gurgan in 740/1339. His contemporaries referred to him as Mir Sayyid Sharif Jurjani. He was a contemporary...
...Farid al-Din Muhammad ibn Ibrahim Ishaq Kadkani, known as ‘Attar (the pharmacist), was born in the eastern part of Iran near the modern city of Nayshabur. It is known that he lived a very long life and survived the Mongol invasion...
...Hibatallah ibn Musa ibn Dawud Salmani Shirazi was a significant figure in the Isma‘ili tradition and the chief da‘i of the fifth/eleventh centuries. Throughout the Isma‘ili works, he is referred to as “Sayyiduna al-Mu’ayyad al-Mu’ayyad...
...Razi, Abu Hatim Abu Hatim Ahmad ibn Hamdan Razi (d. 322/934) was an eminent Isma‘ili philosopher and the chief da‘i (missionary) of Rayy, who became the leader of the da‘wa in the Jibal area. He is credited with expanding Isma‘ili...
...Abu Ya‘qub Ishaq ibn Ahmad Sijistani was by some accounts the leading philosopher Nasir i-Khusraw ibn Sina al-Farabi of the early period of Isma‘ili intellectual thought in Persia.241Jami‘ al-tawarikh. He has been referred to by a variety...
... translated into English by Everret Rowson in S. H. Nasr and M. Aminrazavi (eds), Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999, vol. I, pp. 334–50. Further Reading Bayhaqi , Tatimmat siwan al-hikma , ed. by Rafiq...