Amir-Hossein Aryanpour (February 27, 1925, Tehran – July 30, 2001, Tehran) (Persian: امیرحسین آریانپور) was an Iranian lexicographer, writer, translator, philosopher, sociologist, and literary figure.
Amir Hossein Aryanpour was an expert in western philosophy and Persian culture. He studied at the University of Tehran, the American University of Beirut, Cambridge University and Princeton University.
He wrote numerous books and articles on sociology, philosophy and literature.
- Sociology of Art
- Threshold of Doom
- Psychology of Vision realism
- Field of sociology
- Four bilingual dictionary
- Nature, life, origin and evolution of
- Research Approvals
- Two logic: static and dynamic