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Morality in the Quran, The Greater Good of Humanity by M A DRAZ
📘 Book Title Morality In The Quran
👤 Book AuthorDRAZ
🖨️ Total Pages170
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Morality in the Quran, The Greater Good of Humanity by M A DRAZ


Book Contents

  • Obligation
  • Sources of Moral Obligation
  • The Characteristics of Moral Obligation
    • Possibility of Action
    • Gentle Practice
    • Delimitation and Grading of Duties
  • Antinomies of Obligation
    • Unity and Diversity
    • Authority and Liberty
  • Qur’anic Conciliation
  • Conclusion
  • Responsibilit
  • Analysis if the General Idea of Responsibility
  • Conditions of Moral and Religious
  • Responsibility
    • The Personal Nature of Responsibility
    • Legal Foundation
    • The Internal Aspect of an Action
    • Freedom
  • The Social Aspect of Responsibility
  • Conclusion
  • Sanction
  • Moral Sanction
  • Legal Sanction
  • The System of Qur’anic Exhortations and the
  • Place of Divine Sanction
    • Internal Justification
    • Considerations of Attitude
    • Consideration of Consequence
  • Divine Sanction
    • Divine Retribution in the Present.
    • Divine Sanction in the World to Come
  • Conclusion
  • Intention And Inclinations
  • Intention
  • А. Intention as a Condition of Validity
  • B. The Intention and Nature of Moral Action
  • C. The Prevalence of the Intention Over the
  • Action
    • Can Intention be Enough by Itself?
  • Inclinations to Act
    • The Role and Nature of the Mediate Intention
    • The Good Intention
  • Innocent Intention
  • Evil Intentions
  • Intention to Do Harm
  • The Intention to Avoid One’s Duties
  • The Intention to Gain Illicit Profit
  • The Intention to Please People
    • Purity of Intention and Mixed Inclinations
  • Conclusion
  • Effort
  • Effort and Spontaneity
  • А. Eliminatory Effort
    • Creative Effort
  • Physical Effort
  • Effort and Gentleness
  • Conclusion
  • General Conclusion

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