:: Volume 4, Issue 2 (11-2015) ::
scds 2015, 4(2): 9-34 Back to browse issues page
Cultural development strategies from the viewpoint of Imam Ali : dimensions and components
Javad Aghamohammadi
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Cultural development is the development of both disability and development, so that other aspects of the development of the field has emerged and is leading the way toward growth and perfection. The Islamic religious community and the cultural values ​​of the teachings of the divine nature constitute, religion and culture are closely interwoven and religion, the heart and pulse of culture and Muslim religious communities. In other words, Islam as a comprehensive religion and culture unit in particular, to respond to all human needs and their claims of life for all human beings. The aim of this study claims that utilizes the spiritual atmosphere and an insight into Islamic religious texts such as the Nahj and using strategic criteria and cultural components proposed by the High Council of Cultural Revolution, the theoretical study and the development of goals and indicators cultural excellence in the light of the words of Imam Ali (as) there. In the field of library and documentation based on, and inspired by the sermons, letters and sayings of Imam Ali (PBUH) remaining index of morality, rationality, justice, identity, capital and social order, unity and solidarity. , intellectual independence and national cultural goods and services, physical and mental health, international relations, human dignity and freedom and family explained, and it was obvious, with the flow of religious teachings in the Muslim culture, Islamic community certainly true glory to establish and to higher stages of development will achieve spiritual and material dimensions.

Keywords: Key words: development, culture, cultural development indicators, culture, Alawites, Imam Ali Ibn Abi Talib .
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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: General
Received: 2015/02/7 | Accepted: 2015/08/3 | Published: 2015/11/21
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