عنوان مقاله [English]
It may not be an exaggeration to argue that one of the most fundamental questions in sociological discourses is that who is a “sociologist”? in other words, what is the criteria of considering or sidelining someone as a sociologist? Of course, this question may be of no interest for many readers in the 21th century but thanks to “postmodern turns” and making of parallel worlds, to question the criteria of sociologically is an act of going beyond Eurocentric vision of sociological imagination. In this context, I think it is high time to reconceptualize Muttahari within the parameters of sociological imagination.