عنوان مقاله [English]
So far, the thoughts of Imam Ali (PBUH) have been studied from various angles, but less attention has been paid to its reflection in the thought of Shiite scholars. One of the Shiite scholars is Sayyid Qutbuddin Neyrizi (deceased 1173 AH). Seyyed Qutbuddin Neyrizi is one of the Shiite scholars of the Safavid era who bestowed a significant role in the evolution of the Shiite political discourse of his time. Although his religious epistemology has been studied by scholars, his political thought has so far been neglected. The present study is a descriptive and analytical method based on library resource data and field observations. In this research, based on the research method of Thomas Arthur Springs, the most imperative influential Alavi components in the political thought of Seyyed Qutbuddin Neyrizi have been analyzed and compared with the religious themes of the inscriptions of the tomb of Seyyed Ahmad Neyrizi. The results of the research indicate that Seyyed Qutbuddin Neyrizi, following Imam Ali (PBUH) and consequently the original Alavi components such as Nahj al-Balaghah and its subsets such as rationalism and authoritarianism, attempted to build his own political thought, thus critique of cortical scholars, critique of Safavid rule, attention to the importance and position of the people in the administration of society and the election of the sultan, the most important explanatory (situational) implications and emphasis on responsible action against welfare isolation and demanding the implementation of the political pledge were all among the most important implications and normative elements and political guarantees of the opinions of Seyyed Qutbuddin Neyrizi, which are equal to the contents of the inscriptions on the tomb of Seyyed Ahmad Neyrizi.
Understanding the value of Alavi components in the political thought of Seyyed Qutbuddin Neyrizi.
Comparing the political ideas of Seyyed Qutbuddin Neyrizi with the inscriptions on the tomb of Seyyed Ahmad Neyrizi.
What effect did the Alavi components have on the political thought of Seyyed Qutbuddin Neyrizi?
What are the similarities between the inscriptions on the tomb of Seyyed Ahmad Neyrizi and the Alavi thoughts of Seyyed Qutbuddin Neyrizi?