Pathology of Judges from the Perspective of Islamic Taught
One of the main judicial pillars of the government is the judges, who interact with the people and are exposed to some harm due to their position in the government. The most important examples of such harms that have been emphasized in the doctrine of Islam are: the corruption of lands and dissatisfaction of people regard the government, the creation of greed in the owner of power to change the court vote in their favor, the despair of the weak and vulnerable part of people of the society from Justice and realization of their rights.
These injuries and the effective factors in their occurrence and the consequences and social, economic and cultural anomalies caused by them have been taken into account in Islamic ideology. Recognizing these damages is useful in adopting the appropriate approach by judges.
Keywords: Pathology, Judges, Islamic Doctrine, Government