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The concept of education is one of the most important topics common amongst Islamic scholars and those of the West. In the West, from long ago, especially after the flourishing of the Greek school in the voices of Plato and Aristotle, much attention has been given to this subject. In Islam as well, the attention to the concept of education has a long history, which is due to the fact that Islam holds education in a valuable status and has great concerns toward this concept. Muslim scholars, in light of the nurturing and fostering teachings of Islam, have carried out many studies about mankind, his perfection, happiness and prosperity, and the ways to achieve perfection, and they have laid the foundation of systems of thought to provide answers to the questions about mankind and his education. In the contemporary era, figures such as Allameh Tabataba’i, Imam Khomeini, martyr [Morteza] Motahari and Sayyid Qutb, using mixed methods, with a comparative approach and an awareness of the new social, political, cultural and educational developments, stepped into this field. In this article, through invoking and utilizing Martyr Motahari’s thoughts and mindset, different dimensions of the subject of education, such as the concept and nature of education, Islam and education, and influential factors in education will be studied.