This Paper discusses the existence of an Iranian-Islamic justice pattern within the framework of Life-World culture in the shadow of contemporary era necessities.
The category of justice and fair governance is one of the crucial issues in the history of thought and political philosophy. The point is important in Iranian-Islamic thought as well. The present paper has raised the question of what the founding principles of fair governance are through the normative and Life-World theory. We can discuss the existence of an Iranian-Islamic justice pattern within the framework of Life-World culture in the shadow of contemporary era necessities. In an address to this hypothesis, the author has argued that, by forming a combination of the world life, Iranian and Islamic dimension, and one can either correct the problems of governance or present a broader idea of that, defined on three axes. The pattern in question owes three historical-theoretical components: Iranshahri political thought and justice, justice in Imam Ali’s outlook, and Imam Khomeini’s justice-seeking theory realized in the context of the Islamic Revolution discourse that acts as a roadmap in a turbulent world and satisfies the justice seekers in the Islamic Awakening. This article has been written in a descriptive-analytical method within the normative critical theory framework.
Title: Iranian-Islamic Pattern of Justice in the Politics
Author: Mohammad Taqi Ghezelsofla and Sophia Farokhi
Published in: Journal of Islam’s Political Studies. Volume 1, Issue 1
Length: 19 pages