عنوان مقاله [English]
The aim of the present study is to analyze and explain the relationship between unity and plurality in Islamic civilization from the Qur'an perspective and its implications in a nationalist state or "civilized state" in Islam. In this regard, the two elements of "sublime" and "righteousness" in the Qur'an and the relationship between the two (one way and several ways) will be explained with a civilized approach and analytical-interpretive method. This helps us to distinguish, first, the category of "path and path" of the self (in the world of creation and proof) from the objective and concrete "path and path" (in the world of proof); Second, it helps to explain the relationship between multiple mustaches and a single path in the terrestrial and temporal realms. In this perspective, the path of the civilized researcher is the result of the density and accumulation of the mustache of civilization. As long as the mustaches of civilization (human pluralities) are not accumulated, social supremacy (the path of civilization) will not be formed; And as long as this social supremacy does not take place, the identity of civilization will not emerge. The path formation of civilization in close connection with the state of civilization has three images: "the territorial state of civilization", "the territorial state of Umm al-Qura" and "the extraterritorial state of civilization".