عنوان مقاله [English]
This study deals with the general knowledge and introduction of the situation of Islamist sub-discourses in the period of 1953-79. The Islamist discourse at this time consisted of sub-discourses, each with central and floating signifiers. The relationship that each of these sub-discourses had with the politism in a way determines their role in the formation of the Islamic Revolution of 1979 in Iran. This analysis, while analyzing the mentioned sub-discourses from the perspective of Laclau and Mouffe's discourse theory, seeks to answer the main question of what relationship the Islamist sub-discourses had with the politism in 1953-79. The findings show that of the seven Islamist sub-discourses of the period, the sub-discourses of traditionalist- seminary and Hojjatieh Islam were apoliticized, and the sub-discourses of Islamic jurisprudence, nationalist, defiant, socialistic, and the armed left were politicized. On the other hand, all political Islamist sub-discourses in choosing the central signifier were different from each other, but in some cases they were similar to floating signifiers. The method of this research is descriptive-analytical and based on documentary-library study.