:: Volume 18, Issue 65 (2021) ::
2021, 18(65): 111-126 Back to browse issues page
An Analysis of Revolutionary Foundations and Critique of Modernity in the Westoxicaters` Philosophical Thought of Iran
Mojtaba Attarzadeh * 1, Bahman Kohan Torabi2 , Alireza Golshani3
1- Associate of Political sciences, Art University of Isfahan. , mattarzadeh1@gmail.com
2- Phd student of political thought, Islamic Azad University, Shahreza Branch.
3- Associate of Political sciences, Islamic Azad University, Shahreza Branch.
Abstract:   (1371 Views)
One of the most important anti-Western discourses in Iran is the discourse of Heidegger's supporters. The present study examines the main axes of the thinkers of this discourse by the method of content analysis. The theorists of this discourse first reject the foundations of Western epistemology and offer an appropriate interpretation to the religious contexts of Iranian society and consider the liberation from the crises in the West in avoiding Western ideologies and establishing a religious revolution. But in the positive stage, they did not succeed much in presenting a practical and alternative model.
 
Keywords: Modernity, Islamic Revolution, Westoxication, Heidegger, Fardid
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