Dariush Shayegan (Persian: داریوش شایگان; 2 February 1935 – 22 March 2018) was an Iranian philosopher and cultural theorist. He wrote a novel "Land of Mirage" in French which won the ADELF award presented by the Association of French Authors on December 26, 2004.
|Died||22 March 2018 (aged 83)|
|Occupation||Philosopher and former University Professor|
Shayegan, who studied with Henry Corbin in Paris, also has many pioneering works on Persian mysticism and mystic poetry. He was a founding director of the Iranian Center for the Studies of Civilizations.
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- Letters to future generations, original texts selected and compiled by Federico Mayor in collaboration with Roger-Pol Droit, Cultures of Peace/UNESCO Publishing, 1999 ISBN 92-3-103641-6.
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- Simon F. O'Li (Oliai), The next chapter. Atypical conversations with Daryush * Shayegan on the impact of ideology in contemporary Iranian history, The Iranian, October 27, 2003.