The Learned Men

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This book is one of the works of Ayatollah Sobhani, in 5 volumes.

The author
“Jafar Sobhani” was born in 1930 in Tabriz – Iran, into a religious and educated family. He studied in Tabriz Seminary called “Talebiyeh”. The following were his master:
- Ayatollah Khomeini
- Sheikh Hasan Nahvi
####- Mirza Muhammad Ali Modarres Khiyabani
- Allameh Tabatabaee

Ayatollah Sobhani is one of the masters in Islamic Dar al-Tabliq in Qom, also the founder of Islamic Kalam (Theological) Studies Center (Imam Sadeq Institution) and a significant master in Qom Seminary.

Structure of the book:
It is arranged in 5 volumes with 6 chapters in each volume:
First volume: including 73 ideological, social, historical and biographical articles. The chapters:
- The philosophical and ideological articles
- Questions and answers
- The social and ethical articles
- The scientific works
- The learned men
- The prefaces

Second volume: including 60 philosophical, theological and historical articles. The chapters:
- Philosophical articles
- Theological articles
- Questions and answers
- Historical articles
- The translations
- The prefaces

Third volume: including 60 philosophical, theological, juridical, historical and biographical articles. The chapters:
- Philosophical and theological articles
- Juridical articles
- The sermons and interviews
- The prefaces
- The history of Islam
- Learned men
- Miscellaneous articles

Fourth volume: including over 40 theological, juridical, Quranic and historical treatises and articles. The chapters:
- Theological articles
- The Quranic articles
- Guardianship
- Juridical articles
- The translations
- Miscellaneous articles

Fifth volume: including over 80 juridical, Quranic, theological and historical treatises and articles. The chapters:
- Theological articles
- Imamate and guardianship
- Social and ethical articles
- Miscellaneous articles

This book was published in 2001 in Qom- Iran.

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The Learned Men

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