عنوان مقاله [English]
Imam Khomeini's political thought is one of the most important political theories of Shiite history and the Islamic world, in which the various stages of political thought of Islamic geography are linked together. The important distinguishing feature of Imam Khomeini's political thought is its objectification in the form of the last major revolution of the world and the political system derived from it, the Islamic Republic. These features have made it possible for their intellectual systems to be more politically complicated in the field of politics. To understand what their approach to power means, we need to analyze both the theoretical and practical aspects of the Imam (RA). If we seek to understand the meaning of politics and political power in the thoughts of Imam Khomeini, it seems to be necessary to examine them in the geography of his political thought. In this paper, two aspects of the Maro-style pattern are drawn that illustrate Imam Khomeini's intellectual imagery. The first ratio is the relationship between the ultimate power and the reference of the exercise of power. The second is the relationship between the ultimate power and the distribution and distribution of power. The hypothesis of this paper is that Imam Khomeini, along with putting together the concepts of Islam, religion and Shiite jurisprudence, has been able to draw on the use of Islamic philosophy and, ultimately, its jurisprudential adaptation to the actual circumstances of a single political system. In which the transcendental and everyday affairs are linked together, which is referred to in this article as the transcendent politics of the ground.