Analysis of ideas from the perspective of narratives and its impact on the Islamic model of progress
Abstract. Not only do divine verses count great the place of wisdom and intellect, but also among the remainders of the saint's leaders, the place of wisdom and intellect can be obtained clearly. If the words of infallible Imams were taken seriously and their true and various angles were explored, certainly it would have left important and sensitive effects that had made the situation of Islamic society better than it is. According to this very important point that not only can thrive any religion without a tradition of wisdom, but also its living and life is doubtful. So that Muslims are thinker people and because God has called them to think and use their wisdom, and because the survival of the wisdom of the society depends on their wisdom traditions, they must think. Thinking and rational contemplation is of their inevitable issues so we found that Islam attaches great value to the intellect and accepts its authority and does not give any value to the faith that is not based on reason. It does not value faith and good deeds of vacuous and fools. Islam knows power of reasoning as required condition to any obligation or accepting any liability, whether religious or social.
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