نوع مقاله : مقاله پژوهشی
پژوهشگر آیندهپژوهی و علوم اجتماعی در پژوهشکده دانشگاه بینالمللی امام خمینی (ره)
عنوان مقاله [English]
Today, Iranian society has experienced all kinds of dangers, tensions, and even unprecedented crises in various economic, political, social, and environmental fields. Over time, new dangers and crises appear to emerge, threatening the stability of societies. In other words, in the world to come, no society or civilization can be relieved in a tower and fortification away from the roar of shocks and the terrible blows of uncertainties.
In connection with the future Islamic civilization, four areas of civilization, including Iran, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Turkey, can be considered as important drivers of civilization. That is, these four areas claim civilization more than others. In the meantime, Islamic Iran won the Islamic Revolution, was able to form an Islamic government and state, and seeks to shape along this Islamic whole, i.e., the establishment of society and the promotion of Islamic civilization. It seems that the success in the establishment of society and Islamic civilization in establishing the desired relationship between civilization and the stability of society is on the long-term horizon, because civilization is a long-term matter.
Resilience is a concrete approach, given the reality of the conditions of Iranian society, to lay the foundations of the Iranian Islamic society towards the creation of a stable society. Resilience is a medium for the transition to a stable society, and a sustainable society is the foundation of the future of civilization in the form of the emergence or strengthening of Islamic civilization, the emergence of which has already taken place. And now it must rise. The resilience policies of the Iranian Islamic society lead to the care of strategic capabilities in the face of future uncertainties and rapid recovery after the impact of strategic shocks and risks. Maintaining strategic capabilities in the wake of uncertainties paves the way for the stability and emergence of a new civilization. On top of this historical accumulation of capabilities and capacities, the possibility of new developments is possible. The basic premise of this research is that the new civilization will not descend from the sky of abstraction and emptiness, but the new civilization of the future will emerge in the historical and social processes of society. Therefore, by increasing the resilience of Iranian society and overcoming future uncertainties, through appropriate response and recovery, it provides the potential for long-term sustainability, and then the emergence of a new civilization or its promotion. In this research, descriptive-analytical method and interviews with elites have been used. The findings of this article can be used by civilization futurists, and macro-thinkers.
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