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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
The theory of gender justice administration proposed by Allameh Javadi Amolli benefits from significantly outstanding privileges in comparison to its counterpart theories including extreme gender equality theory and extreme gender inequality theory which both end up in unconditional acceptance or rejection of gender separation in the regard of ethic education.
In Allameh Javadi Amuli’s point of view, conceptual analysis of ethic education is not ended in absolute rejection of gender separation. Based on his anthropological principles regarding Quranic, Philosophical and Mystic approaches, examining the relationship between gender and male and female’s essence as a human being ends up in demonstration of gender equality in the really extended field of ethic education.
Likewise, examining the relationship between gender and three aspects of ethic training including principles, purposes, and moral values verifies the extent of gender equality. Corresponding to genetic variances a slight potential for gender separation in the approaches of ethic education should be taken into consideration, though.