A comparative study of the relation of religion and politics in the political philosophy of Mesbah Yazdi and John Locke (with an emphasis on epistemological foundations)
The relationship between religion and politics has always been a theoretical challenge between the Islamic political philosophy and the political philosophy of liberalism. this issue has been studied by various scholars, but this article tries to study this issue based on Theoretical Foundations of two political philosophers, Mesbah Yazdi and John Locke, representing, the Islamic political philosophy and the political philosophy of liberalism respectively. The conclusion is that Mesbah Yazdi  believes that religion and politics are not separate from one another, and John Locke believes in the separation of religion and politics (secularism). thinking on this historical debate, while focusing on two key thinkers, will provide us with the opportunity to identify some of the fundamental roots of this challenge. The merge between religion and politics in the Islamic Republic of Iran, the crisis of the liberalism's civilization, and the beginning of the transition from secularism to the religious renewal in the social and political realm, signify the importance of this issue. This issue is studied From the perspective of political philosophy by descriptive-analytical method.
نشریه معارف عقلی, Volume:13 Issue:36, 2019
37 - 64
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