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In: The Expansion of Prophetic Experience

jurisprudential practice that led modern jurists to break the logic of the regulatory system of Islamic jurisprudence and to adapt it to the requirements of the present. Even though this only represents one of the developments within the legal field, this practice reveals both the stalemate and the dilemmas that

In: Journal of Islamic Ethics

eight articles included in this thematic issue, some of which were not presented at the seminar. The articles included in this issue explore two main aspects related to the field of ethics, namely methodological themes ( maqāṣid, ʿ urf, taʾṣīl, ethical approach ) and applied cases and concepts (human

In: Journal of Islamic Ethics

surpassed tribal brotherhood in colonial times and social practices that transcended collective constraints. 3 Methodology This article attempts to delineate the arguments on the law for equal inheritance presented in public to different audiences through media portals, including television and social media

In: Journal of Islamic Ethics

struggled in finding its balance between tradition and modernity. Islamic substantive law must renew its non-political nature, and correct its rights scheme to current sociological realities and times by using its internal hermeneutic of taṣḥīḥ and provide a vision of continuity between past and present

In: Journal of Islamic Ethics

grounds upon which ʿAbduh anchored his programme of reform can be challenged. The roots of Taha’s ethical project can be traced back to the reformist seeds planted by ʿAbduh. For instance, Taha’s theology of progress (217) is largely present in ʿAbduh’s Theology of Unity (ʿAbduh 1966, 132

In: Journal of Islamic Ethics

general ( ʿāmm ) and specific ( khāṣṣ ). The former covers common universal customs among all Muslims, either in the past or in the present as is the case with the use of certain terms such as ṭalāq (divorce), which is used for the termination of the marital relationship. Specific customs stand for

In: Journal of Islamic Ethics

, including, moral character, bravery, learning, descent from Quraysh, and political competence, weighing these different factors in light of the candidates reasonably available, and in light of the present needs of the community. Later jurists, however, were willing to dispense with the requirement that the

In: Journal of Islamic Ethics

السابع الميلادي. A. Kevin Reinhart, Ce que l’on sait sur la notion de maʿrūf Le présent papier de recherche soutient que deux termes revêtant une grande importance au sein du discours éthique coranique, en l’occurrence maʿrūf (littéralement, “ce qui est connu”) et le terme qui lui est opposé

In: Journal of Islamic Ethics

compromise their egalitarian views (p. 140). That misrepresentation takes various forms, such as presenting marginal views as having been dominant in the tradition, falsely attributing views to it, speaking vaguely or misleadingly about its diversity, or softening some of its common beliefs. What the first

In: Journal of Islamic Ethics