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cover The Different Aspects of Islamic Culture

Volume II: The Individual and Society in Islam

Edited by A. Bouhdiba
Co-editor: M. Ma'ruf al-Dawalibi

Multiple History series

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45,70 € €

Livre, 484 pages, illustrations, black and white photos

Format: 24.5 x 17 cm (hardback)

1998, 978-92-3-102742-0

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This series of volumes on the manifold facets of Islamic culture is intended to acquaint a very wide public with such matters as: the theological bases of the faith and principles that constitute the bedrock of the overall structure; the status of the individual and of society in the Islamic world; the expansion of Islam since the Revelation: the Arab, Asian, African and European spheres espousing the new faith and the way in which the rights of converted peoples have been upheld; the vital contribution of Islamic civilization to the adventure of human knowledge in science and technology; the educational and cultural manifestations of Islamic civilization in literature, the visual arts and architecture; finally, Islam today between loyalty to its past and the inescapable conquest of modernity.

This volume, the first of six to be published, studies fundamental values of Islam, along with the nature of rights and the responsibilities in a general context. The authors analyse the development of social thought and morality in Islam, and ways in which they are enforced through the family and education. Particular attention is paid to the status of women, children, youth and the socially excluded. Several chapters broach specially Islamic approaches to economics, government and justice.

MOTS CLES · Civilisation · Condition de la femme · Culture islamique · Droit islamique · Droits humains · Economie · Éducation islamique · Éthique · Histoire culturelle · Islam · Jeune · Milieu familial · Minorité · Philosophie politique · Politique · Valeur culturelle · Vie quotidienne

 
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