عنوان مقاله [English]
Sir Nasir Al-Din Tusi is one of the prominent Iranian characters whose scientific endeavors and works in his time have been significant. The Nasirean Ethics as an ethical and philosophical work is about edification of personal morality and social policy that its review is valuable. This article is to look at this significant book with a criminal science point of view in order to find out its criminal implications. To do so, after referring to the division of science in the view of Sir Nasir Al-Din Tusi, first, human; second, person and personal morality; and third, society and social policy are explained. Consequently, regarding the Sir Nasir Al-Din Tusi’s definition of human, one could say that the education is the central part of edification of personal morality and social policy and in terms of response to criminality he in principle give priority to the reintegrative response but not exclusive one. Furthermore, the death penalty as an eliminating response is not accepted.