Drawing the coordinates of the conceptual model of prescribing national policies based on "spirituality, rationality, justice"

Document Type : Original Article

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Researcher of Rushd Center of Imam Sadiq(a.s) University

Abstract

The essence of the policy can be analyzed from different aspects. From one point of view, the policy can be defined as a "right choice and decision". Therefore, the prescriptive and judgmental aspect of every policy is considered as one of its important and inseparable components. According to this importance, the thinkers of this field have presented different conceptual models based on their normative support as the ideal model for choosing one or a set of policies. The important issue of the current research is that the Islamic Revolution still suffers from the production and application of prescriptive models of native policy, considering its distinctive coordinates in wide areas. Considering such concerns, the following article tries to analyze the statements and letters of the supreme leader in this field with an exploratory approach and using the method of thematic analysis. The results of this research indicate that the trinity of "Spirituality, Rationality and Justice" is the foundation of the formation of such a model. From the point of intersection of the elements of these triangles, 9 sub-dimensions are "determination of roles for the people", "public interest and rights", "scientific capacity to solve problems", "cohesion and national ties", "explanation of the conflict ground", "regulation and law", " Super active conflict strategy, "Jihad" and "Islamic duties" have been produced.These aspects have the possibility and capacity to follow the path of the 3 prescriptive arms of "People's Organization", "Legal Structures" and "Scientific Organization" and ultimately they follow the "just authority" of the country.

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Volume 31, Issue 2
Summer Quarterly
September 2023
Pages 169-204
  • Receive Date: 22 November 2022
  • Revise Date: 02 August 2023
  • Accept Date: 20 September 2023