عنوان مقاله [English]
Philosophizing is an attempt to conceptualize and question the “philosophy” of the existing phenomena. It is in response to such a question that the circle of concepts and, as a result, the scope of human thought becomes wider, and the conceptual world, common among humans, is created; a world in which understanding will be easier. The present study aimed to find the share of slow tourism in the philosophical subject of “slowness” using descriptive analytics and conducting library studies. In this study, it was attempted to illustrate the kinship of these two concepts through explaining the philosophy of slow tourism and philosophy of slow life, and to show that this style of tourism, although initially born of postmodern thinking, has deep traces in intellectual tradition of humans. Slow tourism is itself saturated by a philosophical trend called “slowness” and is itself a practice for a slow life that educates tourists for a life with slow philosophy in this world, both on their travels and in their lives.