عنوان مقاله [English]
Theosophy of civil, social and political theosophy deals with whyness, whatness and howness of civil theosophy. It identifies and introduces the origin, place and role of civil theosophy just as it treats the whyness, whatness and howness of "civil government" as well. It deals with civil and political phenomena tackling them phenomenologically. It explains the origin, place and strategic role of government and civil phenomenon. [The study of] the evolutionary development of civil theosophy from the beginning to the present and to the end (termed as Mahdavide period) is indebted to queries into the theosophy of civil theosophy. The questions tackled by civil theosophy in areas such as epistemology, methodology and phenomenology and even civil science including phenomenology that is civil, social and political science are also dependent on it. Even a systematic and targeted grasp of civil politics is based on it. Farabi and KhawjaNasir al-Din are two of the really prominent world figures with lasting impacts, in this Islamic –Iranian epistemic field. The former is the founder and the latter is the reviver of civil, social and political science and theosophy in the history of Muslim and Iranian world. This article studies the theosophy of civil theosophy in their works and thoughts. According to this article, civil theosophy is social, political and transcendental.