Hassan Hassanzadeh Amoli
Hasanzadeh-Amoli at his own commemoration ceremony on 16 May 2013
Hassan Hasanzadeh-Amoli (Persian: حسن حسنزاده آملی, born June 30, 1928) is an Iranian Shi'ite theologian known for his mystical tendencies and works on Islamic philosophy. He is among clerics who have overcome the traditional opposing to teaching philosophy courses at Shi'ite seminaries.
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