Aramesh Dustdar (born in Tehran) is an Iranian philosopher, writer, scholar and a former philosophy lecturer at Tehran University. Dustdar received a PhD degree in philosophy from University of Bonn. He is known in Iran as a secular Heideggerian philosopher (in contrast to Reza Davari Ardakani who is a religious Heideggerian philosopher).

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  • Aramesh Dustdar (born in Tehran) is an Iranian philosopher, writer, scholar and a former philosophy lecturer at Tehran University. Dustdar received a PhD degree in philosophy from University of Bonn. He is known in Iran as a secular Heideggerian philosopher (in contrast to Reza Davari Ardakani who is a religious Heideggerian philosopher). (en)
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  • Aramesh Dustdar (born in Tehran) is an Iranian philosopher, writer, scholar and a former philosophy lecturer at Tehran University. Dustdar received a PhD degree in philosophy from University of Bonn. He is known in Iran as a secular Heideggerian philosopher (in contrast to Reza Davari Ardakani who is a religious Heideggerian philosopher). (en)
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