عنوان مقاله [English]
The present article compares the ideas of Imam Khomeini and Herbert Marcuse regarding liberal tolerance with the aim of showing how two thinkers with completely different and even conflicting principles may reach the same conclusion. The present article discusses the question of what Imam Khomeini and Marcuse's views on liberal tolerance have in common, and tests the hypothesis that they both believe that the concept of tolerance in liberalism prevents the emergence and continuation of revolutionary ideology. The method of the descriptive article is comparative and the approach of the article is philosophical-political, and in terms of subject matter, it is new and has no study history with this kind of attitude. The innovative aspect of the article is the comparison of the ideas of two thinkers who seem incomparable. The conclusion of the article is that when studying non-Islamic theories, in addition to reviewing and criticizing, one should look for lessons from that theory that can be used to enrich theorizing in the second step of the revolution. According to the authors, this kind of attitude will pave the way for learning between Islamic and secular views.