عنوان مقاله [English]
Justice is one of the most ancient ideas in history that has always been concerned with the human mind and the focus of his reflections. From the Qur'an's point of view, this moral and social virtue is the basis of many other principles, and nothing has prevented or prioritized it, so that the validity and stability of any society is so important that it extends to the principle that the Qur'an is of various individual and social dimensions. It has addressed and, among other concepts, has given it a privileged status. This principle has been expressed in various verses either as a prelude to the attainment of higher goals or as a goal in itself, so that it would be impossible to imagine religion without the fulfillment of this important cause.
The Qur'an has always observed the inextricable relation of this important principle with right and freedom; the right as an important criterion of justice and freedom provides the grounds for its expansion. Improving the system as the prophets have pursued is one of the essential functions of social justice, and the most important ground for its realization is the internal reform of the community, which will in turn pursue justice-related structural reforms. This paper seeks to provide a description and analysis of this important principle with regard to social interpretations of the Qur'an, based on documentary studies.