:: Volume 15, Issue 52 (2018) ::
2018, 15(52): 159-180 Back to browse issues page
Formalizing the Concept of Progress in Hegelian, Postmodern and Islamic Approaches
Mohammadjavad Harati * 1, Ali Azarmi
1- , mjharaty@yahoo.com
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With regard to the difference between the concept of appropriate progress with epistemological and philosophical principles, Iranian various mental lines of thought have sought to formulate the problem. On this basis, the paper, relying on Foucaultian, Hegelian and, finally, native views, has studied the formalization of the concept of progress in Hegelian, postmodern and Islamic-Iranian approaches and has tried to answer the question: what relation may be found between Hegelian and postmodern view and Islamic-Iranian model of progress? Hegelian views in Iran have considered the category of progress as a line and the only fixed model as getting experience from the West. While, postmodern views have considered it not being as a line. As viewed in the paper, Islamic-Iranian model of progress, in spite of an attempt made by some to connect it to the postmodern one, is not of such a connection and presents another approach with different ontology, anthropology and epistemology.
Keywords: Progress, Hegel, Postmodern, IRI, Islamic-Iranian Model.
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