عنوان مقاله [English]
For Farabi, the main goal of philosophy is politics, but politics, which is the same as planning and governing Medina, is merely a means to "study happiness" and not something with an original purpose. That is why the plan of Medina has a strong connection with morality in him, because what makes the study of happiness possible is nothing but the acquisition of moral virtues. Farabi reminds that the acquisition of moral virtues and the study of happiness can only be achieved with the help and assistance of others and in the community. Thus, in his view, society is a means, not an end, and by the same token, the management of society is nothing but the attainment of worldly and posterior happiness. In this article, with a library and analytical-phenomenological method, while considering Farabi's views on Medina, a theoretical framework for governing cyberspace is presented. In this way, Farabi in the utopia considers the main ruler as the guardian or the first ruler, and the general public thinks fundamentally, so it is very important to enlighten the public imagination. Farabi's relationship with cyberspace is where, firstly, this space is society itself and, secondly, cyberspace is in dialogue and the formation of imagination. And it is also made by human imagination. In Medina, the virtual ruler is defined as the virtual ruler, the virtual virtues, the virtual virtues, and the virtuous and the virtual million.