عنوان مقاله [English]
To discover the roots of any idea, one needs to re-examine previous ideas and approaches. The post-structuralist denial of the accuracy, validity, and comprehensivity of moral principles and their authority is the result of a gradual process over time. In this paper, the roots of post-structuralist de-authorization of morality are explored within the pre-structuralist ideas and approaches. It is shown that the post-structuralist basic assumptions in de-authorizing morality stem from certain attitudes and approaches. Critically delineating the components of the de-authorization approach from within the post-structuralist views and principles, paves the way for a realistic understanding of post-structuralist approach to morality.