نوع مقاله : مقاله پژوهشی
عنوان مقاله [English]
the Imamites believe that religious verdicts are based on their expediencies and aftermaths. However, there are disagreements about the possibilities of understanding these expediencies and aftermaths among Imamite jurisprudents. Shiite ulema deny using textual evidence in giving a verdict and even some reject the certainty arrived at concerning the expediency and aftermath of a verdict to be used as evidence by a jurist before the verdict issued by the legislator. But what Imamite ulema agree on is the possibility of understanding the definitive conditions considered by the legislator, by jurist after the verdict being issued by the legislator. Concerning the scope of religious verdicts, Imamite jurists believe that both religious and governmental verdicts are considered as religious verdicts. Since all divine verdicts are subject to having possible good and evil aftermaths, governmental verdicts are no exceptions. The present paper considers recognition of expediency within governmental verdicts as two categories of implementing religious verdicts and issuing governmental verdicts to managing social, political, and economic affairs.
نهج البلاغه، ترجمه و شرح سید علی نقی فیض الاسلام، تهران، نشر فقیه، چاپ پنجم، 1379.