Sayyid Hosseyn Nasr as Participant of Religion Dialog

Marietta Stepanyants


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Process of globalisation threatens tradition cultures with elimination. S.H. Nasr awared  the necessity of transformation for tradition society. He proposed a way out from this situation for Iranian society. His philosophy proposes relative truth of Islamic dogmas and rejects fanaticism and pretension to exceptionality. He admits a respect to others cultures. This act makes society more open for perception of modern valuable.


Iran under the shah; cultural identity; traditional society; modernization


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