Paper Information

Journal:   ENTIZAR E MOUD   SUMMER 2014 , Volume 14 , Number 45; Page(s) 131 To 154.
 
Paper: 

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE FOUNDATIONS OF THE ISLAMIC MODEL OF PROGRESS INSPIRED BY THE FEATURES OF THE COMMUNITY AT THE APPEARANCE ERA

 
 
Author(s):  SALEHI HASAN, SAR ABADANIE HOSSEIN, YOUSEFIAN MAHDI
 
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Abstract: 

One of the central elements of making civilization is the explanation of the type of view toward the issue of development and providing a path to its fulfillment. For this reason, in recent years, the officials and researchers have paid attention to the Islamic-Iranian model of progress. Despite the unique capacity of Messianic thought in the Islamic intellectual system and the design of the path of Islamic Revolution to achieve the global governance of Imam Mahdi (A.S), the Messianic thought has been neglected in composing the Islamic-Iranian pattern of progress. From the perspective of holy Quran’s verses and traditions, there are some descriptions about a pioneering and perfect community which is referred to as the community of the Appearance Era. Identifying the elements of this perfect and developed society from an Islamic perspective provides the ground to design a model of development and progress in accordance with the Islamic culture and the mission of Islamic Revolution. In this article, we have tried to examine the aspects and features of the society of the Appearance Era, and use them as a basis for explain the aspects of Islamic progress. The research method used is logical-deductive and is based on investigating library documents. Thus, after investigating and analyzing the collection of resources and descriptions of the Messianic society, we provide a coherent model including the theoretical principles (assumptions) and macro and practical strategies for the development.

 
Keyword(s): DEVELOPMENT MODEL, THE COMMUNITY OF THE APPEARANCE ERA, MESSIANISM, THE AWAITING SOCIETY, AWAITING STRATEGY
 
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