عنوان مقاله [English]
Moral life is one of the pillars of civilizing culture that plays an important role in the emergence and survival of societies. Given the widespread growth of moral dilemmas in societies today, addressing this issue seems necessary. In addition, the Holy Quran, as a comprehensive program of human civilized life, depicts the moral life of its actors in a way that can be effective for the moral uplift and growth of societies. Due to the importance of this issue, the researcher in this research has explained the civilized understanding of the moral life of the Qur'an in a descriptive-analytical manner in the light of the views of Ayatollah Javadi Amoli. The understanding of civilization in the views of Ayatollah Javadi Amoli, on the one hand, is based on elements such as good life, central monotheism, rationality, justice and morality and on the other hand, it is explained in connection with piety, in a way that piety is at the top of morality. The Holy Qur'an describes aspects of bio-ethics by indirectly inducing and exemplifying moral life, such as: moral neutrality, objectifying level patterns, describing the value of actors, paying attention to moral character, punishing righteousness, and avoiding impoverishment of vision. According to Ayatollah Javadi Amoli, a person will have a mature moral personality and moral life when he can act in the light of monotheistic vision and attention to rationality, justice and good life. The role of moral life in civilization is such that morality, on the one hand, is an identity, so that if a person has been able to live a moral life with faith, he is not only distinguished from the "other"; Rather, his radius of influence and differentiation will be at a level beyond human relations, and on the other hand, this life will be civilizing in the next stage; Because if the moral principles in the society do not reach the stage of life, from the point of view of Ayatollah Javadi Amoli, it will lead to the fall of the individual, the fall of the society and civilization.