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Hossein Modarressi is a leading Muslim jurist , born in Qom , Iran. He attended the Islamic seminary at Qom where he received a complete traditional Islamic education in Islamic philosophy , theology and law, ending with a certificate of ijtihad , the highest degree in Islamic religious tradition. He also taught there for many years before pursuing his secular education which ended in with a D. He is a prolific author of some thirty books and many articles in English, Arabic and Persian.
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I had two completely different courses of education. I first attended the Islamic seminary at Qum Iran where I received a complete traditional Islamic education in Arabic language and literature, Qur'an and hadith, Islamic philosophy, theology, and law. I then pursued my secular education which ended with a Ph. I came to Princeton first as a visiting professor in and was appointed to the Princeton faculty in