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    Philosophy in Early Safavid Iran: Najm Al-Dīn Maḥmūd Al-Nayrīzī and His Writings.Reza Pourjavady - 2011 - Brill.
    This book is about a Muslim Shi’i philosopher of the early 16th century, Najm al-Din Mahmud al-Nayrizi.
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  2. Keys to the Sciences: Maqālīd Al-ʿulūm. A Gift for the Muzaffarid Shāh Shujāʿ on the Definitions of Technical Terms.Gholamreza Dadkhah & Reza Pourjavady (eds.) - 2020 - Brill.
    _Keys to the Sciences _ contains the definitions of Arabic technical terms in twenty-one sciences. Written by an unknown author, the work was dedicated to Shāh Shujāʿ, who reigned Shiraz and its neighbouring region in the 8th/14th century.
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  3. Keys to the Sciences: (Maqālīd Al-ʿulūm) a Gift for the Muzaffarid Shāh Shujāʿ on the Definitions of Technical Terms.Gholamreza Dadkhah & Reza Pourjavady (eds.) - 2020 - Brill.
    _Keys to the Sciences _ contains the definitions of Arabic technical terms in twenty-one sciences. Written by an unknown author, the work was dedicated to Shāh Shujāʿ, who reigned Shiraz and its neighbouring region in the 8th/14th century.
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    A Jewish Philosopher of Baghdad: ʻizz Al-Dawla Ibn Kammūna (D. 683/1284) and His Writings.Reza Pourjavady - 2006 - Brill.
    An inventory of his entire oeuvre provides detailed information on the extant manuscripts. The volume furthermore includes editions of nine of his writings.
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  5. A Jewish Philosopher of Baghdad: ʻizz Al-Dawla Ibn Kammūna (D).Reza Pourjavady - 2006 - Brill.
     
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  6. Philosophy in Qajar Iran.Reza Pourjavady (ed.) - 2018 - Brill.
    _Philosophy in Qajar Iran_ offers an account of the life, works and philosophical thoughts of major philosophers of Iran between the late eighteenth and the early twentieth centuries.
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