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Islam And Morality

Author : Oliver Leaman
ISBN : 9781350063204
Genre : Philosophy
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Islam and Morality considers how Islam, the Qur'an, and other Islamic texts have approached the ethics of a variety of contemporary and historical issues. Oliver Leaman provides a varied, balanced, and thought-provoking account of how Islamic thinkers discussed medical ethics, wealth, poverty, the environment, and law. He explores the work of a range of Islamic thinkers, including Rumi, Ibn al-'Arabi, al-Ghazali, Mutahhari and Barlas, while taking into consideration the different branches of Islam and Islamic theology and law. The book also considers how Islam understands the concept of free will, the relationship between good and evil, and far less abstract topics like what we should eat and drink. Aimed at upper level undergraduates, postgraduates, and researchers working in Islamic Studies and ethics, this is one of the first books to provide a sustained reading of the importance of ethics within Islam.
Category: Philosophy

Living The Ethics And Morality Of Islam

Author : Ali Ünal
ISBN : 1597842125
Genre : Religion
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The "How to Live as a Muslim" series is an essential guide for anyone who seeks to acquire an accurate knowledge of Islam, as it elucidates all the facets of Islam with precise brevity in three volumes: An Introduction to Islamic Faith and Thought, Living in the Shade of Islam, and Living the Ethics and Morality of Islam, respectively. The first volume of the series delves into the heart of the matter, presenting clearly the fundamentals and different aspects of Islamic faith. It makes an effort to peel away the layers of what we think we know about Islam to reveal what Islam says about itself, and to explain the pillars of the Islamic faith. It discusses Islam's worldview, how we fit into it, and what God expects of us. It explains why Prophets were sent to guide us to the truth, why the Qur'an is the best guide for this journey, and how and why God equipped us to make this journey. Also examined in detail are the Resurrection and the Afterlife, Divine Destiny, eschatology, death and the spirit after death, and the invisible realm of existence.
Category: Religion

The Qur An Morality And Critical Reason

Author : Muòhammad Shaòhråur
ISBN : 9789004171039
Genre : Social Science
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This book presents the work and ideas of the Syrian writer Muhammad Shahrur to the English-speaking world. Shahrur is at the moment the most innovative intellectual thinker in the Arab Middle East. Often described as the a ~Martin Luther of Islam,a (TM) he offers a liberal, progressive reading of Islam that aims to counter the influences of religious fundamentalism and radical politics. Shahrura (TM)s innovative interpretation of the Qura (TM)an offers groundbreaking new ideas, based on his conviction that centuries of historical Islam, including scholarship in the traditional Islamic religious sciences, have obscured or even obliterated the Qura (TM)ana (TM)s progressive and revolutionary message. That message is one that has endured through each period of human history in which Islam has existed, encouraging Muslims to apply the most contemporary perspective available to interpret the Qura (TM)ana (TM)s meaning.
Category: Social Science

Raising Children In Islam Moral And Social Upbringing

Author : Muhammad Nur Suwayd
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Gendered Morality

Author : Zahra M. S. Ayubi
ISBN : 9780231549349
Genre : Religion
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Islamic scriptural sources offer potentially radical notions of equality. Yet medieval Islamic philosophers chose to establish a hierarchical, male-centered virtue ethics. In Gendered Morality, Zahra Ayubi rethinks the tradition of Islamic philosophical ethics from a feminist critical perspective. She calls for a philosophical turn in the study of gender in Islam based on resources for gender equality that are unlocked by feminist engagement with the Islamic ethical tradition. Developing a lens for a feminist philosophy of Islam, Ayubi analyzes constructions of masculinity, femininity, and gender relations in classic works of philosophical ethics. In close readings of foundational texts by Abu Hamid Muhammad al-Ghazali, Nasir-ad Din Tusi, and Jalal ad-Din Davani, she interrogates how these thinkers conceive of the ethical human being as an elite male within a hierarchical cosmology built on the exclusion of women and nonelites. Yet in the course of prescribing ethical behavior, the ethicists speak of complex gendered and human relations that contradict their hierarchies. Their metaphysical premises about the nature of the divine, humanity, and moral responsibility indicate a potential egalitarian core. Gendered Morality offers a vital and disruptive new perspective on patriarchal Islamic ethics and metaphysics, showing the ways in which the philosophical tradition can support the aims of gender justice and human flourishing.
Category: Religion

Morality At The Margins

Author : Sarah Hillewaert
ISBN : 9780823286539
Genre : Social Science
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This book considers the day-to-day lives of young Muslims on Kenya’s island of Lamu, who live simultaneously on the edge and in the center. At the margins of the national and international economy and of Western notions of modernity, Lamu’s inhabitants nevertheless find themselves the focus of campaigns against Islamic radicalization and of Western touristic imaginations of the untouched and secluded. What does it mean to be young, modern, and Muslim here? How are these denominators imagined and enacted in daily encounters? Documenting the everyday lives of Lamu youth, this ethnography explores how young people negotiate cultural, religious, political, and economic expectations through nuanced deployments of language, dress, and bodily comportment. Hillewaert shows how seemingly mundane practices—how young people greet others, how they walk, dress, and talk—can become tactics in the negotiation of moral personhood. Morality at the Margins traces the shifting meanings and potential ambiguities of such everyday signs—and the dangers of their misconstrual. By examining the uncertainties that underwrite projects of self-fashioning, the book highlights how shifting and scalable discourses of tradition, modernity, secularization, nationalism, and religious piety inform changing notions of moral subjectivity. In elaborating everyday practices of Islamic pluralism, the book shows the ways in which Muslim societies critically engage with change while sustaining a sense of integrity and morality.
Category: Social Science

The Moral World Of The Qur An

Author : M.A. Draz
ISBN : UOM:39015077632720
Genre : Philosophy
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This book analyzes for the first time in English the ethical theory that underpins Qur'anic legislation by providing a classification of specific verses in which Islam's holy book discusses moral issues. The principal purpose of this book is to demonstrate the ways in which the Qur'an theoretically and practically provides the moral code to which Muslims around the world adhere. The author divides his analysis into a survey of Qur'anic attitudes towards the basic ethical issues of obligation and responsibility, issues of moral psychology such as motivation and intention, as well as matters of social ethics such as the function of law in society. He then explores the meanings of individual morality, morality within the family and civil society, and the relationship of morality to the idea of the state.
Category: Philosophy

Islamic Way Of Life

Author : A. A. Maududi
ISBN : 9781780410296
Genre : Religion
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This book clearly displays how Islam is the most natural response to the human condition, and providing spiritual insight into the universe. The Prophet Muhammad, blessing and peace be upon him, like all prophets before him, renewed the teachings of pure monotheism and once again conveyed to mankind the Divine Guidance from which they had turned away. This book explains the basic concept of life in Islam as well as its moral, political, social, economic and spiritual systems.
Category: Religion

Morality And Justice In Islamic Economics And Finance

Author : Muhammad Umer Chapra
ISBN : 9781783475728
Genre : Business & Economics
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øMankind is faced with a number of serious problems that demand an effective solution. The prevalence of injustice and the frequency of financial crises are two of the most serious of these problems. Consisting of an in-depth introduction along with a
Category: Business & Economics

Islamic Morality For Kids For 30 Nights Ramadan Nights

Author : Khadija
ISBN : 9798637039531
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Children will come to know how ordinary incidents and day to day activities can be seen and better understood in the light of the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad and will bring them closer to their Prophet and Creator. It contains interesting illustrations The sayings narrated by the Prophet Muhammad (Hadith) are regarded by the Muslims as the second most important source of knowledge in Islam after the Qur'an. The carefully written text is simple, easy to understand, and suitable to be read aloud. Among the included topics: Morality with Allah the Almighty. Morality of Prayers. Morality with the Holy Qur'an. Morality with the Messenger of Allah the Almighty. Morality of Charity. Morality of Fasting. Morality of Eid/ the Feast. Morality of Visiting relatives and Treating them Nicely. Morality of Eating. Morality of Wearing Clothes. Morality of Entering the Toilet. Morality of Entering the House. Morality of Sleep. Morality of Giving Advice. Morality of the Market. Morality of Walking. Morality of Speaking. Morality of the Way. Morality of Riding Animals. Morality of Treating Animals. Morality of Treating Neighbors. Morality of Treating Guests. Morality of Dealing with Oneself. Morality of Traveling. Morality of Treating the Parents. Morality of Greetings. Morality of Asking Permission. Morality of Assembly. Morality of Visiting the Sick. Morality of Yawning and Sneezing. Beautifully presented, this ideal gift item is a must for every home. Written for Muslim children born and raised outside of their parents' country of origin. Categories: Ramadan books for kids, Quran for kids, Quran books for kidsHadith, Hadith for kids, Hadith of bukhariRamadan books for children, Eid books for kidsHadith english, Hadith in english, Muslim books for kids, Muslim booksHadith books for kids, Islamic books, Islamic books for kids, Islamic books for children
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Ethical Theories In Islam

Author : Mağīd Fah̲rī
ISBN : 9004093001
Genre : Religion
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This work provides a typology of Islamic ethics, without overlooking the chronological development. Four types of ethical theory are isolated: the scriptural, the theological, the philosophical and the religious. This edition contains extra material from Ibn Sina's writings, translated into English. The book should interest Islamic scholars, philosophers and historians of ethics.
Category: Religion

Social Morality In Islam

Author : Asim Sark
ISBN : 159784344X
Genre : Religion
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A believer reads to retain his liveliness. The readings will be constant and regular. For those who share the same goals, coming together and discussing books will increase the benefits. Those people who renew themselves and strengthen their faith within the written word will be firmer in their resistance against withering.Reading works that will make one closer to Allah the Almighty is praiseworthy. Even more commendable is to take one s reading beyond theory by seeking ways to bring one s knowledge into practice, for one s servanthood depends on daily improving one s performance. The essence of knowledge is practice, and its purpose is to come closer to the All-Compassionate. Islam is high morality says Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him. The Messenger of Allah, who is a paragon of virtue, prefers people with good manners. This book, which is an introductory guide for young readers, focuses on the necessity of acquiring fine morals, the rights of parents, honesty, and etiquettes and manners in social relations."
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Islam

Author : Syed Muhammad Naquib al-Attas
ISBN : 9670149347
Genre : Islam
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Category: Islam

Islam In Post Soviet Uzbekistan

Author : Johan Rasanayagam
ISBN : 9781139495264
Genre : Social Science
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The Uzbekistan government has been criticized for its brutal suppression of its Muslim population. This 2011 book, which is based on the author's intimate acquaintance with the region and several years of ethnographic research, is about how Muslims in this part of the world negotiate their religious practices despite the restraints of a stifling authoritarian regime. Fascinatingly, the book also shows how the restrictive atmosphere has actually helped shape the moral context of people's lives, and how understandings of what it means to be a Muslim emerge creatively out of lived experience.
Category: Social Science

Leisurely Islam

Author : Lara Deeb
ISBN : 9781400848560
Genre : Social Science
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South Beirut has recently become a vibrant leisure destination with a plethora of cafés and restaurants that cater to the young, fashionable, and pious. What effects have these establishments had on the moral norms, spatial practices, and urban experiences of this Lebanese community? From the diverse voices of young Shi'i Muslims searching for places to hang out, to the Hezbollah officials who want this media-savvy generation to be more politically involved, to the religious leaders worried that Lebanese youth are losing their moral compasses, Leisurely Islam provides a sophisticated and original look at leisure in the Lebanese capital. What makes a café morally appropriate? How do people negotiate morality in relation to different places? And under what circumstances might a pious Muslim go to a café that serves alcohol? Lara Deeb and Mona Harb highlight tensions and complexities exacerbated by the presence of multiple religious authorities, a fraught sectarian political context, class mobility, and a generation that takes religion for granted but wants to have fun. The authors elucidate the political, economic, religious, and social changes that have taken place since 2000, and examine leisure's influence on Lebanese sociopolitical and urban situations. Asserting that morality and geography cannot be fully understood in isolation from one another, Leisurely Islam offers a colorful new understanding of the most powerful community in Lebanon today.
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Perspectives On Morality And Human Well Being

Author : Syed Nawab Haider Naqvi
ISBN : 9780860376477
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book explores in detail the proposition that (private) morality, especially religious morality, is vital for achieving economic well-being and human happiness; and that this linkage would be even stronger in an Islamic economy. The book highlights the need for an active interaction between religion, morality and economics in general and in an (idealized) Islamic economy in particular. Professor Syed Nawab Haider Naqvi has an MA from Yale University and a PhD from Princeton University. He did his post-doctoral work at Harvard University.
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Al Adab Al Mufrad With Full Commentary

Author : Imam Bukhari
ISBN : 0860376095
Genre : Hadith
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A complete, newly translated edition of al-Adab al-Mufrad, the most famous collection of Prophetic traditions on manners and morals, with a pioneering commentary by Adil Salahi.
Category: Hadith

Marriage And Morals Islam

Author : Sayyid Muhammad Rizvi
ISBN : 9781312532304
Genre : Art
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Useful guide including discussions on Western sexual morality, Islamic sexual morality, Islamic view of marriage and women, beginning of sexual life, rules of marriage and the wedding night, contraceptives abortion, and human reproduction. An essential guide for every bride and groom.
Category: Art

Islam Memory And Morality In Yemen

Author : Gabriele vom Bruck
ISBN : 9781137117427
Genre : Social Science
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Islam, Memory, and Morality in Yemen tells a story of a Yemeni hereditary elite which was overthrown in the 1962 revolution in North Yemen. For over a millennium, they had enjoyed exclusive rights to the leadership of the Imamate, the religiously sanctioned state. Following the violent removal from power of King Faysal of Iraq in 1958, the overthrow of the Yemeni Imamate - the longest lasting Hashimite rule in the Middle East - confirmed the decline of Hashimite power (held by ruling generations claiming descent from the Prophet Muhammad). However, rather than concentrating on recent political history, Islam, Memory, and Morality in Yemen highlights the personal predicament of those targeted by the revolution, in which they served as the foil for the new regime's moral and political ascendancy. Focusing on the cultural politics of memory, the book explores how members of the elite remember in the process of making sense of their current lives and formulating responses to adversity.
Category: Social Science