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In this paper, according to very Allamah's works, we try to consider if he is truly a theologian or a philosopher. On the base of this inquiry there are only eight cases which he, in the face of philosophers, chooses theories of theologians in preference to philosophers. Of course three cases of them were rejected and we are not justified to call him a theologian. Also twenty one cases are mentioned that he, in the face of theological theories, prefers theories of philosophers to them. In a section of the paper Eshmitke's idea based on which he is a theologian was criticized. Ultimately put emphasis on this point that Allamah certainly is an Islamic philosopher as apposed to a theologian. To attribute him to both realms, because of big difference between theological and philosophical fundamental doctrines, is impossible.