عنوان مقاله [English]
The true resources of law are stemmed from culture, religion, race, language and human civilization. But formal resources only pass the legislative process. In the domestic law of countries, because there is only one governance, the law resources are regulated according to the conditions of each society. But in international law, we are faced with different governments and rulers. The aim of this research is to determine the capacity of "Islamic Jurisprudence" to meet the "common legal resources" of the countries. The method used in this research is a descriptive-analytical method. With the reviews performed, it was observed that in the meantime of establishing formal resources of the international law, according to article number 38 of the statute of International Court of Justice, international treaties, international custom, general principles of law, international judicial procedure, doctrine, and justice have been considered. And rational reasoning and intellectuals have not been addressed. The results of this research are that for providing "peace" and "international security" it’s necessary that the countries have proper interaction with each other. One of the most important contexts to meet this interaction is the "Theory of independent intellectuals" and considering the role of "wisdom" in establishing international legal rules.