Mir Damad

(d. 1630)

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(d. 1630)

Also known as Mir Muhammad Baqir ibn Shams al-Din Muhammad Astarabadi. Persian philosopher and theologian of the Safavid period and a principal figure in the School of Isfahan, noted for his remarkable synthesis of Ibn Sina's peripatetic philosophy and Hikmat al-Ishraq's philosophy of illumination, and for his efforts to integrate Shiism and Sufism.

Subjects: Islam.

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