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the foundation of political philosophy in Iran-constitutional period

The foundation of political philosophy in Iran-constitutional period

 

Iranian Contemporary History No. 60

 

History Hall

 

 
  Publications   Count : 95
» Quarterly Journal of IICHS, Vol. 15, NO. 60,Winter 2012

On the crest of speech (1): a discussion on the features and services of famous preacher, Hojatoleslam valmoslemin Haj Mohammad Taqi Falsafi / In the last year of Mohammad Ali Shah Qajar’s reign / Report on Mission to Russia ...


» Quarterly Journal of IICHS, Vol. 15, No. 59 , Fall 2011

Modernization in Reza Shah's period, Reality or Illusion / The Intellectual Grounds of Shiite Clerics during Iran o Russian Wars / Daily life and Life Styles in Iran; Since Qajars...


» A Study on the Missionary Activities of Churches in Qajar Period

The Missionary society of church is the first Protestant missionary group that was established in England in late 18th century to promote the Protestantism in the world and today it is one of the most important...


» Observer Reveille!

Judgment about the ideas and attitudes of Sheikh Fazlolah Nouri is not that easy. Full acquaintance with the ideas and actions of this controversial figure of the contemporary history and non-distortion...


» Dissertation of Dialogue between the Resident and the Traveler (a dissertation on government and Islamic Thought)

The Resident and the Traveler’s dissertation is a work of Ayatollah Hajj Agha Nourollah Najafi Isfahani entitled Seqatoleslam. The dissertation is written in 1909. It is in 150 pages with a...


» Beyond Trial and Error Method; the life and Track Record of Ayatollah Agha Seyyed Mohammad Kazem Tabatabaei

Aytollah Agha Seyyed MohammadKazem Tabatabi Yazdi famous as “Seyyed” and “Saheb Orveh” was the Shiite general religious authority during the Qajar and constitutional period. Following to the...


» Sheikh Fazlolah Nouri and the Chronological School of Constitutionalism

Constitutionality is one of the most important incidents of Iran’s history. Its lasting and deep impact on the politics and culture of this country make it a landmark in our history and exactly due to this reason...


» Ups and Downs of Constitutionality

The success of constitutional movement was the outcome of general merge of ideals and actions. It represented the forwardness of Iranian nation in contrast to the Asians, Africans and the nations...


» Contemporary Iran and the Modern West

Islamic revolution as the most important incident of the 20th century caused widespread changes in sociopolitical, economic and cultural spheres of Iran, the region and the world. The developments...


» Indices

MohammadReza was exercising democracy subsequent to September 1941 and believed that to reach to his ideal constitutional government; he should promote progress and democracy. However, since...


» The History of Dasthe Moghan (Moghan Plain)

With its specific and different climate from the other regions of Azerbaijan and Ardebil, Moghan Plain is among semi-arid and moderate regions with steppe climate. In summers...


» Oil and the Bakhtiaris

There are many theories on the origin and racial roots of the Bakhtiaries based on myths, oral history and of course socio historical researches. The first theory says that...


» The last Song of Swan

It is not possible to make an overview of Iran’s constitutional movement without seeing into the political and intellectual thoughts of Sheikh Fazlolah Nouri. In various phases of...


» An Urban Understanding of Constitutionality, A Contrast of two constitutionalist spheres, Isfahan and Tabriz

The meaning of constitutionality is ambiguous and the main point about this tumultuous movement is that what constitutionality really is. The etymology of constitutionality...


» The Pahlavis, The Pahlavi Family according to Records, vol. III: Mohammad Reza Pahlavi

MohammadReza was exercising democracy subsequent to September 1941 and believed that to reach to his ideal constitutional government; he should promote progress and democracy. However, since...


» The Pahlavis: the Pahlavi Family according to Records, vol. II, Reza Shah’s Children

The members of Pahlavi family were mostly unaware of political questions and felt no inclination to enter to political scene. They were engaged in financial affairs and investment in domestic...


» The Pahlavis according to Records, vol. 1: Reza Shah

One of the important factors to explain the historical incidents is to place one in the place of the predecessors and to see the life from their eyes and to think as they thought. This does not mean that...


» Iran o German Relationship during the First World War 1914-1918

The First World War began at a time when our country was still suffering from the unrest resulting from the constitutional crisis. Subsequent to the establishment of the constitutional government...


» Some Unsaid Issues from Dr. Mohammad Mossaddeq’s Cabinet

At five o’clock, I left home to attend the cabinet session... the important issue in the agenda was the unrest in Isfahan and closure of the factories, demonstration of laborer and the instigations...


» Khuzestan and Lorestan under Nasseraddin Shah’s Reign

The roots of many important historical incidents of Iran in Qajar period lie in the crown prince ship of Abbas Mirza. Many developments of Iran’s history originates from the decisions taken at the time of the crown prince...


» Azerbaijan Crisis (1945-1946)

Upon the occupation of Iran in 1941 by the allied forces, the Russians occupied Azerbaijan. When the first world war came to its end and it was accorded for Iran to be evacuated by the British and the Russians...


» The Memoirs of a Journalist

As a matter of fact, when in power, our statesmen would barely believe in any clear political goal and method. However, when they retired themselves to home, their talk of principles, rules and democracy...


» Green thoughts, Red lives

Ayatollah Hajj Sheikh Fazlollah Lashaki Kojuri known as Nouri was born in Lashak village of Kojur of Mazandaran about 1843. His mother was Assieh Khanum, married to Molla Abbass Nouri. His father’s family...


» Zoffar Crisis and Pahlavi Regime

The Zoffar movement and Iran’s intermediation are among the most unidentified incidents of Iranian contemporary history and no serious endeavor has been made by researchers to shed light to its many aspects...


» The Secret Relationship

Under the influence of international order and enjoying the domestic developments, the Iranian government recognized the Israel regime. And Saed’s cabinet recognized Israel as de facto in 1949...


» Quarterly Journal of IICHS; Vol. 14, NO. 57-58, Spring 2011

Pan Iranism, Pan Iranists and the Process of formation of Pan Iranist Party (1941-1951) / Persia and the Defence of India 1884 -1892 / From the Theory of Conspiracy to the Theory of Intellectualism...


» The Political Life of Alam Family

Esmail Khan Khozaimeh was the first important man who the history remembers his name as the head of the Alam family. However, until he led his tribe and force, the tribe had not been titled “Alam” yet...


» The Grey Minister

Dariush Homayun was in Tehran, 26th Sept. 1918. His father, Nurollah was a clerk in the accounting bureau of Majlis who moved to the ministry of finance after a while. His latest appointment...


» The Toos Movement, a research in the Affront of the Tsarist army to the Sacred Shrine of Imam Reza

Subsequent to the death of Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar, and the rise of some corresponding problems including the question of succession, a situation of unrest and disorder were created in the country...


» Soleiman Sirafi’s Journeys: from the Persian Gulf to China

Siraf port was one of the ancient centers of Iranian civilization which had great share in the world trade of the time. In early Islamic period, it was the birthplace of many great mariners...


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