عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Security and a life free from apprehension and fear in different arenas of life is among the most indispensable and fundamental human rights. Neither any scholar and thinker has doubt about it, nor any school of thought and legal system has denied it; however, it should be seen if security is absolute and if the Islamic doctrines tolerate this absolutism in security. Or whether, depending on the conditions and behavior of people, security would be different to them?
This research is intended to explore into this issue and answer the above question with reference to the Qur’ān and the Shī‘ī traditions and jurisprudence. Thus, after studying the concept, stating the necessity and importance, and pointing out the antecedent of security, it has followed up this issue and finally proved that the idea of absolutism is an unrighteous one and is indeed a great barrier on the way to actualization of security and its institutionalization in the society.