Islamic systematization means establishing religious fundamentals, principles and goals in the new government which form quickly and after revolutions; however, its survival is associated with the establishment and continuity of the thee religious institutions in executive, judicial and legislative sections and creating and maintaining their related institutions, but one of the issue is that we do not know that institution building does not only refer to establishing institutes and institutions, rather the degree of socialization determines the extent of Islamic institutionalization and its relationship with the modern Islamic civilization. Therefore, the question of the present article is the one which provides answer to the kind of relationship between system-institution-modern civilization at Islamic level. Our hypothesis is: only with the increase of the degree of institutionalization of new Islamic institutions we can help the new Islamic system reach the modern Islamic civilization. As a result, the present article's aim is not presenting the relationship between the three above-mentioned elements, rather it is to help deepen the belief in the necessity of the continuity of its relationship in the minds and acts of people. Among the findings of the article, we can mention that the Islamic system cannot be established unless the related institutions are strengthened and that the socialized religious institutions set the ground for the formation of the modern Islamic civilization at the level of the Islamic Revolution.
Systematizing, Institution Building and the Modern Islamic Civilization
مجله تمدن اسلامی و دین پژوهی, Volume:1 Issue:1, 2019
127 - 145
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