Die Genealogie der islamischen Wirtschaftsphilosophie und die Religionsphilosophie

Sami Al - Daghistani

 Die Einführung und die Fragestellung Die wirtschaftliche Tradition im Islam ist so alt wie die Religion des Islam selbst. Obwohl die islamische Wirtschaftsphilosophie mit der Religionsphilosophie des Islams tief verbunden ist, wird die Verbindung zwischen den Beiden in aktuellen Diskursen kaum wahrgenommen.Der Prophet Muhammad und die frühen Kalifen schufen die Grundlage für Weiterentwicklung und ermutigten gesunde Marktaktivitäten. Die mittelalterlichen muslimischen Gelehrten leisteten bahnbrechende Beiträge zu auf šari‘a begründetem, ethischem Wirtschaftsverhalten, die mit juristischem, philosophischem und...

Multiplicity of the Text

Sami Al - Daghistani

Multiplicity of the Text: History of the Arabic language and the humanistic approach of the Qur’anIntroduction Arabic language has had a vibrant history. It has been taken on in many areas in the Hijaz, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria and many other places, and the history of Arabic is still explained by various scholars in various ways. Since this paper does not aim to address the history of grammatical features of the Arabic language, but rather the so called “humanistic approach” to the Qur’an through the utilization of the Arabic language as asserted by Nasr Abu Zayd, this paper examines the means of...

Coffee appraised

Sami Al - Daghistani

Leiden University, Research Master: Area studies (Middle East Studies), MA Seminar: Culture and Society in Medieval Islam, professor Dr. Petra SijpesteijnCoffee appraised: Ambiguity of socio-juridical disputes, medical, and literary accounts on coffee in Medieval Islam1. IntroductionCoffee is nowadays known throughout the world. Coffee has been in the history of Islam often designated as the “forbidden fruit”. At the same time it was praised in literary works in the East as in the West. Nowadays coffee became a morning routine of many, an integral part of the social...

Al – Ghazali. Islamic Philosophy of Economics

Sami Al - Daghistani

Leiden University, Research Master: Middle East Studies, MA Seminar (Dr. Mohamed Ghaly): Interpreting Islam: Ijtihad, economics and bioethics in IslamEthics and Economy in Islam: Contribution of Imam Al Ghazali in focusImam Abu Hamid Al Ghazali – the man and his timeAbū Ḥamid Al Ghazali or simply Imam al Ghazali was born in 450 A.H. – 1058 A.C., in the town of Taberan in Khurasan, Persia. He died in the same town in 1111 A.C. The study at madrasah infused in him a strong desire for knowledge. He pursued studies in Islamic sciences (Qur’ān, Ḥadīṯ, jurisprudence). At an...