عنوان مقاله [English]
Revolutions can be analyzed at the levels of roots and reasons, trends, and consequences. This paper focuses on the discursive roots of the formation of the revolution as well as the transition process to the post-Islamic world. The Islamic Revolution is the result of rivalry of the leftist discourses, Pahlavism, faithful political Islam, and nationalism, which had conflicts over decades to achieve hegemony. Competition and Discourse Dialogue from the years 1340 to 1360 form the basis of this paper. In this paper, using a theoretical-methodological framework of discourse provides why it is a highlighting and victory, and one has been marginalized and defeated. How did the faithful political discourse of events associated with the revolution in comparison with the civil-political nationalist discourse from June 1342 to June 1981 (Khordad 1342 to Khordad 1360)? The answer to this question is in the form of this hypothesis: the discourse of Faithful political science is emphasized by establishing the proportion between the strategy and the founders of the objecter and the discursive objects and the application of strategies and highlighting tactics (technology)and marginalization of the software and hardware of the power as well as the support of Imam Khomeini's subjectivity, interlaced metaphorical and mythological metaphoricalism and eventually emerged and found hegemony, but nationalist discourse, due to the lack of cases The aforementioned was marginalized and defeated. The hypothesis of this paper has been processed by descriptive-analytical method.