نوع مقاله : علمی-تخصصی
مربی / مرکز تحصیلات تکمیلی پیام نور تهران
عنوان مقاله [English]
Research on decision-making confirms the models which are based on “limited rationality’, and through presenting rational-intuitive models it attempts to introduce intuition as a complementary and supplementary tool. The concept of intuition in the West is close to a temporary imagination and insight which has no definite mode and is different from the present knowledge. Based on image theory, attitudes, morality and individual ideals are effective in intuitive decision-making, and religion is also a reference which gives form to the above factors. Thus, for explaining the status of revelation in rational-intuitive decision-making, the collection of Islamic teachings and doctrines are derived based on Quran and Sunnah which has influenced the 9-stage process of rational decision-making and has an impact on intuitive decision-making. For this, through the diagnostic and oriented qualitative analysis, various sources are searched from which 130 related elements are derived, and are classified based on three categories of beliefs, ruling, and moral values. According to the findings of this research, if intuition only supports the ration in achieving the result and choosing the solution, one can be guided in all stages of rational decision-making through beliefs, rulings and Islamic values. The teachings of revelation accompany the ration and play the role of its guide in the process of decision-making, and influence the individuals’ judgmental experiences, and their values and ideals.
20. قابل دستیابی از طریق پایگاه اینترنتی مرکز تنظیم و نشر آثار حضرت آیتالله العظمی بهجت به نشانی: (http://v0.bahjat.ir/index.php/noor-2/643-2011-09-07-18-57-35.html)