Behavioral characteristics of the global cultural force in Islamic thought
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Considering the pattern of cultural force behavior in society by others, it can be interpreted as the source of change in society, so it is of great importance. In this study , we examine and examine some behavioral traits of cultural forces with the world view in the Quran, and we believe that the cultural force with the global look , in addition to observing Islamic ethics in addition to observing Islamic ethics , refers to some of the elements of behavior , such as « self - reliance « , « self - confidence « , « self - confidence « , « flexibility « , and « High capacity , « must be careful enough to be effective, Given the cultural work property of the worst possible evils possible on the path of cultural movement, the scourge of trust is the elimination of trust, which is the main factor between speech from the performance of individuals, if the confidence, the most essential and most basic requirement of any society will be lost, and this society is not expected to grow and grow from this society. Each of these elements reduces the distance between the cultural force and his / her audience, which is the target community and added to the same trust in the audience›s trust.

Journal of Islam and Intercultural Relations, Volume:1 Issue: 2, 2021
99 to 125  
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