عنوان مقاله [English]
What should be done to establish a state in its true sense? The political science literature is full of simple and complex solutions- economic, sociological, political and cultural – to establish it. Although we cannot deny the importance of these theories to be, but the fact is that its application in many countries is at best led to heterogeneous and inconsistent communities. While this can be explained in terms of different scientific disciplines, from the perspective of this paper, it should be due in the absence of a comprehensive and coherent intellectual tradition. Without a coherent intellectual tradition, you cannot expect to form a real modern state. If you require a State of this type, Political philosophy as the first human intellectual effort to rationalize the politics can still be considered. To focus on political philosophy and exploring the nature of it, the present article tries to pay an attention the potential possibilities of this school for the establishment of a modern intellectual state.
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