The study of socio- political position of intellectuals from the Constitution era to the Pahlavi era

Mohammadkhani, Yaser
May 2014
Advances in Natural & Applied Sciences;May2014, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p515
Academic Journal
The rise of Iranian intellectuals followed by the intellectual movement aimed at modernizing society goes back to the Constitution era. The intellectuals of constitution had a significant role until the end of the first Pahlavi era and they were the pioneers of modernization and revival. The social origin and thoughts of these intellectuals and the main issues and concepts they dealt with were the main subjects of Iranian historical sociology. How to play the social and political roles and their relationship with people and government is the main subject of the present study. Accordingly, this research used the documental and historical method and met analysis to study the political and social state of the intellectuals in the era of Constitution to Pahlavi.


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