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Date of birth22 February 1980
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Shirzad Peik Herfeh (es); Shirzad Peik Herfeh (sq); Shirzad Peik Herfeh (en); شیرزاد پیک حرفه (mzn); شیرزاد پیک حرفه (fa); Shirzad Peik Herfeh (ast) filósofu iranín (ast)

Shirzad Peik Herfeh (Persian: شیزاد پیک حرفه, born in Rasht, Iran) is an Iranian philosopher, author, translator and university professor in the Imam Khomeini the International University. He is best known for his Persian translation of the Consequentialisim written by Julia Driver and Adam Smith; Life and Thoughts written by Jack Russel Weinstein and many of English articles he translated to Persian language from English, in the fields of philosophy; especially philosophy of morality. Also, he is active as a manager in the Iranian Association of Philosophy and Institution of Philosophical Science of Iran as a life member. Peik Herfe taught Philosophy as a faculty member in the philosophy group of the Imam Khomeini International University, Faculty of Humanitarians Sciences. Peik Herfe also wrote a variety of articles from "Iranian School" and "Islamic Philosophy" to western analytical and moral philosophy which is his profession. As an author, Shirzad Peik Herfe wrote two books in the fields of moral philosophy which called as Limits of Morality (Persian: مرز های اخلاق) and Utilitarianism (Persian:فایده گرایی). Both of them released in Iran in 2012 and 2014 respectively.

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