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  1. Divine Simplicity.Mohammad Saeedimehr - 2007 - Topoi 26 (2):191-199.
    According to a doctrine widely held by most medieval philosophers and theologians, whether in the Muslim or Christian world, there are no metaphysical distinctions in God whatsoever. As a result of the compendious theorizing that has been done on this issue, the doctrine, usually called the doctrine of divine simplicity, has been bestowed a prominent status in both Islamic and Christian philosophical theology. In Islamic philosophy some well-known philosophers, such as Ibn Sina (980–1037) and Mulla Sadra (1571–1640), developed this doctrine (...)
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    God is Still a Person: A Reply to Plantinga's Objection.Mohammad Saeedimehr - 2015 - Think 14 (41):81-88.
    In his Does God have a Nature, Alvin Plantinga aims to explore three interrelated questions: does God have a nature? if so, is there a conflict between God's sovereignty and his having a nature? and how is God related to such abstract objects as properties and propositions? It seems clear from the introduction of the book, however, that his main and primary concern is to support two Divine widely accepted attributes namely God's aseity and sovereignty.
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  3. William Craig on Divine Eternity; A Critical Survey.Fatima Mullahasani & Mohammad Saeedimehr - 2012 - پژوهشنامه فلسفه دین 8 (1):5-31.
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    Unity of Soul to Avicenna and Thomas Aquinas.Savejian Noushin Abdi & Mohammad Saeedimehr - 2011 - Philosophical Investigations: Islamic Azad University, Science andResearch Branch 7 (19):7-21.
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  5. Formulating Avicenna's Argument of Truthful Ones in the Book of Nejat Based on the First-Order Predicate Logic.Homa Ranjbar, Davood Hosseini & Mohammad Saeedimehr - 2013 - Avicennian Philosophy Journal 17 (50):17-40.
    According to a common definition, the argument of truthful ones is an argument in which the existence of Necessary Being is proved with no presumption of the existence of the possible being. Avicenna proposed different versions of this style of argument and the version in the book of Nejat is one of them. This paper is intended to examine the possibility of proving the logical validity of this version in first-order predicate logic and explain the principles which the argument is (...)
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    The Infallibility of Prophets From the Viewpoint of Fakhr Al-Din Al-Razi.Mohammad Saeedimehr & Leila Ekhtiari - forthcoming - Philosophical Investigations.
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  7. Avicenna’s Theory of God’s Knowledge of Particulars; Investigating Marmura’s Interpretation.Amirhossein Zadyousefi, Mohammad Saeedimehr & Hossein Zamaniha - 2018 - پژوهشنامه فلسفه دین 16 (1):127-150.
    Michael E. Marmura, an outstanding Avicenna scholar, has presented a special interpretation of Avicenna’s view concerning God’s knowledge of particulars. In this paper, which consists of two parts, we will examine his interpretation of Avicenna. In the first part, we briefly present Marmura’s reading of Avicenna’s theory of God’s knowledge of particulars. According to Marmura’s interpretation of Avicenna, God only knows, individually, particular entities which are the only member of their species. Also, He knows, individually, particular events which are attributed (...)
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  8. Avicenna’s Passage From Semantical Analysis of the Derivatives of Nature to Physical Conclusions.Mohammad Saeedimehr & Sakineh Karimi - 2014 - Avicennian Philosophy Journal 18 (51):77-98.
    In some cases, Avicenna used the semantical premises in order to deduce some conclusions in his Physics. For instance, he analyzes five derivatives of the word “tabiat” and then in the light of these analyses, he concludes that the natural properties of an object are caused by its essence and are based on it. Here, the major problem is how to justify Avicenna's passage from semantical premises to physical consequents. This paper shows that through analyzing the relation between nature and (...)
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