Paper Information

Journal:   MASHREQ-E MOUOOD   WINTER 2012 , Volume 5 , Number 20; Page(s) 101 To 116.
 
Paper: 

ETHICS, GOVERNMENT AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP IN THE UTOPIA OF MAHDISM

 
 
Author(s):  DIRBAZ ASKAR, SADEGHI MASOUD*
 
* UNIVERSITY OF QOM
 
Abstract: 

Moral status of a utopia, which forms in the individual mind, is not outside two scenarios, either "all" the good things are sought in the desired 'somewhere', or the good things are desired to ' overcome'. In the first case, we seek a haven that although it is reasonable to imagine in another world, but its formation and in the coordinates of human beings in this world is unacceptable. On the other hand, in the second subparagraph, we seek not to fall in the realm of abstraction or making ' somewhere' ideal, but we desire a fitting and pleasant world, which can be achieved. In this article, we first explain the concept of overcoming of the 'good' and then proving it. The ethical features are classified into two independent and dependent groups and is so doing, this article aligns them with anecdotal and extra ethical reasons which is not the same between Islamic and western depicted utopia and contemporary literature and culture in the world and especially not in the West. Secondly, it is argued that although the (depicted) situation is ideal, but it is not un-achievable, superhuman, and not regarded as abnormal.

 
Keyword(s): ETHICS, GOVERNMENT, UTOPIA, VIRTUES, VICES
 
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