Hassan Hassanzadeh Amoli

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Allameh Hassan Hassanzadeh Amoli
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Born (1928-06-30) June 30, 1928 (age 91)
Religion Islam
Nationality Iranian
Ethnicity Persian
Era Modern era
Denomination Shia
Creed Transcendent Theosophy
Main interest(s) Islamic philosophy, Tafsir, Fiqh and Hadith
Muslim leader

Hassan Hassanzadeh Amoli (Persian : حسن حسن‌زاده آملی, born June 30, 1928) or Hassan Hasanzadeh Amoli is an Islamic philosopher, intellectual, theologian, mathematician and mystic. [1] [2] His formal name is Hassan son of Abdullah Al-Tabari Amoli, however he is known by the title Hassan-Zadeh. He is among Shi'ite clerics who have overcome the traditional opposing to teaching philosophy courses at seminaries. [3]


Early life

Amoli says in his autobiography that he was born in Larijan in the year 1307 of the Solar Hijri calendar (solar). Most of his early life was spent in Amol. He travelled to Tehran in 1950, at the age of twenty-two. [4] After his preliminary education in Amol with Mirza Abolghasem Farsio, Muhammad Gharavi and Aziz Allah Tabarsi, he was introduced to Haj Fath Allah school in Tehran. He studied under the supervision of Sayyed Ahmad Lavasani, he then went to Marvi school by order of Muhammad Taqi Amoli. Some of his masters are:


Hasanzadeh is a philosopher in Islamic philosophy and mysticism. He is also skilled in jurisprudence, poetry, traditional medicine, mathematics and astronomy. [6] Regarding the relationship between science and religion, he believes the latter should serve as guidance for the former. [6]


He has published nearly sixty works in fields such as philosophy, jurisprudence, mysticism, astronomy and other sciences. The following is a partial list:


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  1. Ḥassan Ḥassan-Zādah Āmolī / Ijtihad Network
  2. Hawzah Inter
  3. Mehrzad Boroujerdi (1996). Iranian Intellectuals and the West: The Tormented Triumph of Nativism. Syracuse University Press. p. 95. ISBN   978-0-8156-0433-4.
  4. ( Hasanzadeh Amoli, 1383 solar & p.14 )
  5. ( Hasanzadeh Amoli, 1383 solar & p.15-16 )
  6. 1 2 Theodore Friend (16 November 2011). Woman, Man, and God in Modern Islam. Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing. pp. 11–. ISBN   978-1-4674-3636-6.
  7. ( Hasanzadeh Amoli, 1383 solar & p.17-22 )