عنوان مقاله [English]
The discussion of political thought in Iran, focusing on the Islamic period, refers the researcher directly to a collection of works that have been written under the title of policy in different periods of history. The policy of writing during this period is the result of the accumulation of an intellectual-cultural duality; On the one hand, it is a reflection of political thought in ancient Iran, and on the other hand, it is mixed with traces of Islamic political thought. The most authoritative work in this context is the policy of Khajeh Nizam-ol-Molk Tusi during the Seljuk period. After that, other works that have been written and addressed under this title have followed the same previous process with some changes in terms of method and content. However, in any form, it is not an exaggeration to say that the purpose of writing these works is essentially to maintain the ruling power. Maintaining the ruling power is understandable by striving for legitimacy in a knowledge-power interaction. So, in this article, according to its subject, an attempt is made to answer the question, "What effect have the relations of power and expediency of the political authorities had on the evolution of the policy-writing policy?"