Scholarly Authority Scholarly Authority

 | Post date: 2019/08/31 | 

“Scholarly authority” is a term used for the first time by the Leader of the Islamic Revolution about Imam Sadiq University in a meeting with students, faculty members, staff and management of ISU in 2005. He noted, "You should create a movement in science, you should create a movement in the world's higher education and bring forward developments that benefit the scientific foundation of the country. It is your top mission. You should train our Muslim scientists to gain expertise and master opinions and ideas existing around the world only to spread the most noteworthy of the bulk. You are not bound to set your goal around gaining high rankings among local universities in Tehran or other cities, but you should turn into a leading scientific body among the world's research centers and universities.
Nowadays even in this ill-advised western world, many people seek the truth. A great number of scientists and researchers also try to find the right path of logic.

When a person seeks the truth in scientific issues from any part of the world such as Europe, Asia and American countries, he/she should be able to find his/her scientific work featured on websites (you should already provide him/her with your own scientific work). In so doing, you show your own innovative thoughts and ideas. This is what we expect from Imam Sadiq University. ISU's Alumni should have this mentality and viewpoint."

Source: Official website of the Leader of the Islamic Revolution

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