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Islamic Ethics (College Level)

28 April, 2014 13:13
The aim of the course is to familiarize students with Islamic moral values that is organized into four sections.
Islamic Ethics (College Level)

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The aim of the course is to familiarize students with Islamic moral values that is organized into four sections. The first part examines personal elements of ethics such as piety, sincerity and patience. The second section discusses about social aspects of ethics like Justice, Kindness and generosity. Ethical rights and obligations are presented in the third series of lessons And the last section briefly explores the characteristics of Shia as per a tradition of Imam Baqir(Peace Be Upon Him).




References:


1. Imam 'Ali Ibn al-Husayn (as), A Divine Perspective on Rights, A Commentary on Imam Sajjad’s Treaties of Rights, Ansariyan Publication


2. Amrohi, Morals & Manners of the Holy Imams


3. Ayt. Dastghayb, Islamic Ethics


4. Ayt. Makarim, Ethical Discourses, Vol.1&2, The Islamic Publishing House

5. Ayt. Mutahhari, Goal of Life, Foreign Department of Be'that Foundation

6. Ayt, Subhani. Islamic Moral System, Islamic Humanitarian Service

7. Musavi Lari, Youth and Moral

8. Musavi Lari, Ethics and Spiritual Growth, Ansariyan Publication

9. Rizvi, M. Islam, Faith, Practice and History, Ansariyan Publication 

10. Sadr, The Ahl ul-Bayt; Ethical Role Models


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