عنوان مقاله [English]
According to the theory of perfectionism, citizens are interested in spending a worthwhile life, and it is typically important for them to enjoy a desirable life. On the other hand, the existence of government is to help individuals pursue their interests and enjoy a virtuous life; therefore, it seems natural, just as the government is concerned with issues such as order, security, health and justice, and protecting the rights of individuals, it helps people to actualize their desirable life. An important issue in the scope of power exercise and the probability of citizens’ rights and liberty restriction occurs when governments appeal to criminal law and punishment to expand religious values and morality. In the domain of Taziri crimes in our country, one can see instances of this kind of conduct in the field of institutionalization of the religious veil, modesty, and public chastity. However it should be noted that some of the levels of self-preservation and growth in the field of morality grounds in education, training, instruction, counseling, and the institutionalization of the commitment to ethics and human virtues, and obviously, the government's criminal intervention in these affairs, that is criminal virtuism, is ineffective and violates spiritual values. Nevertheless, the main result of the present research, written using descriptive-analytic method, is that attention to the above issues can prevent the criminalization model in Islamic law system to become bigger, and one can introduce this model through a different and reasonable approach, the one that gets more social acceptance and is closer to God’s affection and mercifulness.