Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Mulla Sadra" by Sajjad Rizvi

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For basic guides to his life, works and thought, see:

A. Editions

The Sadra Islamic Philosophy Research Institute (Bunyad-i hikmat-i Islami-yi Sadra, SIPRIn) based in Tehran, Iran, has been producing critical editions of all his works in recent years, following and coinciding with major conferences (1999, 2004). Translations into English have been commissioned for most of these works, although very few have appeared thus far.

Works edited so far:

There are a few other critical editions:

B. Translations

C. Modern biographies

D. Modern studies

E. Other References

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