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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

 

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

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

 

Author: Ayatollah Hajj Agha Nourollah Isfahani

Edited by: Moussa Faqih Haqqani

Date of Publication: first print, Tehran 2005

Print run: 1200 Copies

Number of Pages: 149 pages

Price: 1800 Tumans

 

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“... In a circumstance when the majlis due to the extremism of the constitutionalists and the improper decisions of the court and MohammadAli Shah was closed, and the country was faced with a great crisis, Hajj Agha Nourollah as  a traveler and a symbol of a religious constitutionalist enters into a virtual dialogue with the resident Hajji as a  symbol of religious figures who were disappointed with constitutionalism because of some anti-religious actions of some constitutionalists. The virtual observer of the dialogue is Mirza Hedayatollah...”

 




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