عنوان مقاله [English]
The Islamic Revolution was the first religious revolution of the present era or, in other words, the first major uprising against the mundane systems and the most modern form of uprising. In the process of the Islamic Revolution, a hegemonic discourse was formed which, with all its newness, rooted in the ancient tradition of Islam. In the revolutionary context, Islam was defined as a religion in which its politics and worshiping are integrated; its ethical rulings are political too; it also defined power in a synergistic relation with mystical religious knowledge. In this paper we consider the requirements of being and remaining revolutionist in the thinking of Imam Khomeini and the supreme leader of the revolution, which is loyalty and at the same time, emphasis on the dualism of republicanism and Islamism. In this essay, we will use these two basic elements in the Islamic Revolution and the emphasis of the founder of the Islamic Movement as a basis for discussion and describe the characteristics.