The future of the Islamic revolution with regard to the state of Western culture based on the intellectual system of the Supreme Leader

Document Type : Original Article


1 Faculty of Strategic Management of the Higher National Defense University

2 Faculty of Strategic Management, National Defense University


Strategic environmental science and futurology science complement each other in analyzing and understanding the realities of the external environment and foresight in different fields. Examining the future of the Islamic revolution requires analyzing the internal and external environment. Knowing the surrounding environment of the Islamic revolution depends on knowing the opposite, rival and beloved front of the revolution. Knowing the strategic environment is not only knowing the cultural environment, but in this article we only deal with cultural observation. By knowing and observing the cultural environment of the future, we can better draw the future state of the Islamic Revolution. Currently, signs of American cultural decline can be seen The problem of the current research is that what is the future of the Islamic revolution with regard to the state of Western culture based on the intellectual system of the Supreme Leader? The type of research is descriptive-qualitative and developmental result, and the method of collecting documents and documents and library and internet studies, and it was extracted with the method of qualitative content analysis in the three axes of content, structure, and consequence. The result of the article: the decline of the West in cultural consequences, the origin of the weakening of the structures of the liberal democratic system of the West and the weakening of the credibility of the cultural structures, will become the origin of the denial of the authority of the West in its cultural content, and to the same extent, the content of the Islamic culture will be more authoritative .


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