Pragmatics of Skocpol theory of historical sociology on the effects of Imam Reza's presence in Iran
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This study was conducted with the aim of explaining the political, social and cultural effects of the presence of Imam Reza in Iran. Displacement of Imam Reza to Iran and his enlightened and innovative religious presence, despite the terrible and closed environment of the Ma'mun era, led to the growth and expansion of the fields of religious modernity and Weber's rationality in the scientific debates of Mutazilites and Asharites. The expansion of the intellectual space created in the light of Skocpoltheory of historical sociology, based on meaningful and purposeful actions and constructive contexts, is the fundamental question of this research. This study aims to explain the effects of Imam Reza's presence in Iran with a qualitative method of historical sociology. The data collection technique of this research is documentary and library. In this study, with the approach of the historical methodology, it is understood that the effects of Imam Reza's soft-spoken thoughts in the face of questioners, opponents and opponents have led to the exit from ossification in society and it has led to the emergence of significant social actions in Skocpol's.
نشریه تغییرات اجتماعی - فرهنگی, Volume:16 Issue: 3, 2019
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