عنوان مقاله [English]
It is nearly three decades that modern human being has been thinking about the previous questions raised in its community regarding the philosophy of law, something that goes back to more than three thousand years. Contemporary researchers having the same point of view as Greek philosophers in the domain of Law, intentionally or unintentionally have noticed a key issue which itself lead to lots of deep but abstract and vague literature in facilitating access to peace and equality for all people. It is nearly half of a century that today's philosophy of law discusses "justice", a subject which is neither old nor new. In theory, it goes back to the creation of human beings and universe, but in practice it is just like a fetus. The philosophy of law in Iran seems like a light boat floating and wandering on the ocean of world current philosophy of law. It is very likely that a huge wave demolishes it completely or in the hope of reformation, restructures it. This article is an explanation of the same situation we experience with philosophy of law in Iran. It aims at analyzing "philosophy of law: definition and nature of law" which, in this article, is considered of great interest for the duality of its content.