Reviewing Dimensions of Social Justice from the Point of View of Muslim Thinkers Emphasizing Sayyid Qutb
Divine justice in the Creation and sharia and human justice in the individual and social aspects has attracted the attention of many scholars and has been the subject of their theorizing. But in most cases, social justice, in the general sense, has generally been in the face of individual justice, which has prevented attention to social justice in a specific sense, in front of political justice and economic justice. Allameh Tabatabai, Martyr Sadr and Sayyid Qutb have tried to focus on the dimensions of social justice in a specific sense. In this paper, with the analytical method, we revisited the social justice theory of Sayyid Qutb and reviewed the dimensions of social justice. In his view, structural justice, institutional justice, cultural justice, justice in having social security, access to social services, especially in the fields of health and treatment, the availability of suitable facilities for spending leisure time in various geographical areas and for different age groups and sexes, demographic density in different urban areas, access to safe water, suitable and standard green space and sports and recreational facilities, are among the dimensions of social justice.
Article Type:
Research/Original Article
The Quarterly Journal of Islam and Social Studies, Volume:5 Issue:1, 2018
59 - 81  
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