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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
In this article, the four-folded human relations and their reciprocal educational reflection has been put to discussion. Accordingly, first the historical background of this issue is dealt with, and then the crisis of education realm after renaissance, the oblivion of relation to God, and the belief in human disposition are touched upon. After that, the Qur'an's viewpoint as a necessity is taken into consideration as incorporating belief in inborn disposition and the need for self-exploration and self-knowledge, and the for-folded relations are clearly observed in it. Here, relation with God in the form of faith, devotion, trust, and asking for God's forgiveness is recognized as perfectible; and relation to oneself as becoming Godlike is accepted as predictably leading to endless perfection. Self-knowledge has a typological reality which is a basis for social evolution in the form of justice-seeking and relief work as corresponding with emulating the good ones of the history and distancing from the evil ones. In this article, relation to nature is pursued with three types of profit-seeking, i.e., self-fulfillment, satisfaction of aesthetic desires, and enjoyment of boundless bounties.