عنوان مقاله [English]
Imam Khomeini, in opposition with the ideas expressing the slogans of modernism, transformation, reformism, absolutism avoidance, and falsifiability, introduced a new model of the political system that brought about the foundation and structure of Islam and changed the foundations of international structures. This led to the emergence of the fourth generation of theorists in the international field, which focused on the cultural factor, and rose up against the third generation of theorists who were constructivist and algebraic generation. This article, using discourse analysis theory and method, with Lacla and Mouffe's readings, investigates articulation of the political-cultural indications in the discourse of Imam Khomeini. The claim of the article is that the elaborate articulation of floating indications in different systems of meanings, combining traditional and modern views, and placing democratic Islamic thought as a central indication has led to the hegemony of the discourse of Imam Khomeini. The results of the analysis indicate that in the center of the discourse of Imam Khomeini, Islam was a transcendental and democratic religion that embraced all the spatial and angles of human life. It fertilizes key indications such as cultural change, leading culture, education, self-confidence, progress, freedom, equality, universal (general) participation, unity, united Islamic nation, law, western criticism, human relations, positive expectation, and Governance of the Jurist with meaning.