عنوان مقاله [English]
The constitution in every country is based on a series of foundations. The constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran is naturally regulated by a series of philosophical, verbal, mystical and philosophical foundations. Unquestionably, the ontological, epistemological and anthropological foundations that the draftsmen of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran have believed in, and have based on which the foundations of the principles of this law is the discriminator of this constitution with the constitution of other countries. In this article, the question is, “what are the religious foundations of human dignity, and does the various principles of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran pay attention to its inherent dignity in addressing basic human rights? We establish that the religious foundations of human dignity, in particular his essential dignity, have been embodied in many of the principles of the constitution and, by citing numerous indications, we will proof that there is no conflict between the principles of the constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the transcendent status of man in the system of being and his inherent dignity.