A discussion of how, in the last sixty years, there has been in Iran a transition from Shi’ite traditionalism to an indigenous religious and Marxist ideology capable of mobilising the masses up to the Revolution of 1979. And how, almost by reaction to the Islamisation imposed from above, a reformist discourse with particular traits has been generated, one that is “puritanist” and minimalist in regards to the role of religion in the public sphere, and decisively based on a new theology.
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