|Full Name||Muhammad Kashani|
|Well-Known As||Akhund Kashi|
|Place of Birth||Kashan|
|Death||Sha'ban 20, 1333/July 3, 1915 in Isfahan|
|Burial Place||Takht-i Fulad Cemetery, Isfahan|
|Professors||Aqa Muhammad Rida Qumsha'i, Mulla Hasan Nuri, Mulla 'Abd al-Jawad Khurasani|
|Students||Sayyid Abu l-Hasan Isfahani, Mirza 'Ali Aqa Shirazi, Sayyid Hasan Mudarris|
|Teaching and promoting Mulla Sadra's philosophy|
Ākhūnd Mullā Muḥammad Kāshānī (Farsi: آخوند ملا محمد کاشانی), known as Akhund Kashi (آخوند کاشی) (b. 1249/1833 - d. 1333/1915), was a prominent teacher and promoter of Mulla Sadra's philosophy in the 13th/19th century in Isfahan.
He studied with scholars such as Aqa Muhammad Rida Qumsha'i, Mulla Hasan Nuri, and Mulla 'Abd al-Jawad Khurasani, and had many great students such as Sayyid Abu l-Hasan Isfahani, Sayyid Hasan Mudarris, and Haj Aqa Rahim Arbab. In addition to philosophy, he mastered mathematics, astronomy, fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence), and Islamic mysticism. He mixed philosophy with mysticism, and he is reported to have displayed some supernatural abilities (karamat).