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    Mohammad Saeedimehr (2015). God is Still a Person: A Reply to Plantinga's Objection. Think 14 (41):81-88.
    In his Does God have a Nature, Alvin Plantinga aims to explore three interrelated questions: does God have a nature? if so, is there a conflict between God's sovereignty and his having a nature? and how is God related to such abstract objects as properties and propositions? It seems clear from the introduction of the book, however, that his main and primary concern is to support two Divine widely accepted attributes namely God's aseity and sovereignty.
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    Mohammad Saeedimehr (2007). Divine Simplicity. Topoi 26 (2):191-199.
    According to a doctrine widely held by most medieval philosophers and theologians, whether in the Muslim or Christian world, there are no metaphysical distinctions in God whatsoever. As a result of the compendious theorizing that has been done on this issue, the doctrine, usually called the doctrine of divine simplicity, has been bestowed a prominent status in both Islamic and Christian philosophical theology. In Islamic philosophy some well-known philosophers, such as Ibn Sina (980–1037) and Mulla Sadra (1571–1640), developed this doctrine (...)
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    Savejian Noushin Abdi & Mohammad Saeedimehr (2011). Unity of Soul to Avicenna and Thomas Aquinas. Philosophical Investigations 7 (19):7-21.
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    Mohammad Saeedimehr & Leila Ekhtiari (forthcoming). The Infallibility of Prophets From the Viewpoint of Fakhr Al-Din Al-Razi. Philosophical Investigations.
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  5. Ghasem Kakaie, Mohammad Saeedimehr, Abd Al-Rasul Ubudiyyat, Ahmad Ahmadi, Mahmoud Khatami, Sadeq Larijani, Mohsen Javadi & Yahya Yasrebi (2007). Contemporary Islamic Philosophy in Iran. Topoi 26 (2):177-265.
     
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