تاریخ و صورتبندی مطالعه فلسفه سیاسی اسلامی در غرب

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نویسنده

چکیده

مقاله حاضر نخستین نوشتاری است که به دو بحث تاریخ و صورت‌بندی مطالعه فلسفه سیاسی اسلامی در غرب می‌پردازد. در بحث نخست، به پیدایش و سیر تاریخی مطالعه اندیشمندان غربی درباره فلسفه سیاسی اسلامی اشاره دارد و ضمن بیان زندگی علمی این دسته از اندیشمندان، به معرفی مهم‌ترین آثاری می‌پردازد که در غرب درباره فلسفه سیاسی اسلامی نوشته شده است. در بحث دوم، مطالعه فلسفه سیاسی اسلامی در غرب در چهار رهیافت تاریخی، تفسیری، انتقادی و توصیفی صورت‌بندی می‌شود. صورت‌بندی مذکور نه بر اساس تقدم و تأخر زمانی اندیشمندان و آثار، بلکه بر ساس هم‌خوانی محتوایی مباحث می‌باشد. همچنین دست‌یابی به رهیافت‌های مذکور و صورت‌بندی آن، نه بر اساس معیار قیاسی، بلکه بر اساس مطالعه استقرایی آثاری است که درباره فلسفه سیاسی اسلامی در غرب نوشته شده‌اند.

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