دانشگاه امام صادق (ع)، دانشجوی دکتری
عنوان مقاله [English]
Like other religions, there are various currents in Imami Shiite in the first centuries. This article, relying on discourse analysis and by concentrating on oppositions, attempts to identify the internal Shiite currents in Iraq and Iran in the second and third centuries. According to historical evidences, the opposition between school of Hisham ibn al-Hakam and majority of Shia, which was school of Hisham ibn Salim al-Javalighi, was the most significant Shiite oppositon in second century. This opposition continued until the third century, and continued its role as the main dipole for the formation of internal Shiite currents. Iraqi Hadith legacy was transmitted to Iran, and the opposition between school of Hisham ibn al-Hakam and majority of Shia took the form of the opposition between majority of Iranian Shia (in Qom and Samarqand )and the circle of Fadl ibn Shazan (in Neyshapur).