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Iqtisaduna Our Economics VOL.1 Part.1

Dear readers, when we went our different ways at the end of the book Falsafatunã (Our Philosophy), we agreed to meet again. I told you before that Falsafatunã is the first of our Islamic studies. It is a study which deals with the lofty Islamic structure — the ideological structure of unity — followed by studies which are connected with […]

  • Muhammad Baqir as-Sadr
  • World Organization for Islamic Services
  • 1994
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Iqtisaduna Our Economics VOL.1 Part.1
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    Dear readers, when we went our different ways at the end of the book Falsafatunã (Our Philosophy), we agreed to meet again. I told you before that Falsafatunã is the first of our Islamic studies. It is a study which deals with the lofty Islamic structure — the ideological structure of unity — followed by studies which are connected with the final touches in that Islamic structure, so that, at the end, we will have a complete mentalicture of Islam, as a living doctrine in the heart of man, a complete system of life and a special me thought. We stated this in the introduction to Falsafatunã. We assumed that Our Society would be the second study in our research in which we would discuss the ideas of Islam concerning mankind, his social life and his method of analyzing and explaining the social compound. It was our intention to finish with that, then move on to the third stage — to the Islamic system for life which is completed with the social ideas of Islam. I would like to say here above all something about the words "Our Economics" or the words "Islamic Economics" about which the studies of this book are concerned. I would like to say what I mean by these words when I use them because the word "Economy" has a long history in human thought. This long history has given this word some measure of obscurity as a result of the various meanings which are applied to it and the coupling in meaning between the scientific and doctrinal sides of the economy.Thus, when we want to know the exact meaning of the Islamic economics, we must distinguish the science of the economy from the economic doctrine and become aware of the extent of interaction between scientific and doctrinal thought, in order that we may finish with that and move on to determine what is meant by the Islamic economics to the study of which we devote ourselves in this book.

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    • Muhammad Baqir as-Sadr
    • World Organization for Islamic Services
    • 1994
    • Second
    • Tehran, Iran
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