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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Constitutional movement is considered a turning point in the history of Shiite thought. During this historical period the first deep confrontation between Islam and West happened in Iran. Offering new concepts and questions through this period including: Shiite jurisprudent, political literature and thought, made Shiite familiar with recognition and responding to ever-changing conditions. Constitutional Movement as a historical event plays a key role in evolutions and attitudes of jurisprudents in Islamic Revolution. Therefore, studying their attitude towards this phenomenon has a great importance. Thus, this article uses historical analytical method to answer this important question: what was the most important reason of him not taking part or even disagreeing with the Constitutional Movement? According to the available documents and evidences it seems that the most important reason for disagreement and acting passive is his attitude and understanding of the network consisting of trusted persons giving him information about Iran’s state, incompatibility and contradiction of Constitutional Movement goals with religious rules and regulations of Islam.