TITLE

BİREYSEL VE TOPLUMSAL HAYATTA AHLAKA OLAN İHTİYAÇ VE İSLAM

AUTHOR(S)
Akdoğan, Ali
PUB. DATE
January 2004
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;WInter2004, Vol. 8 Issue 18, p179
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The morality has always been a social phenomenon in the history of humanity. As it was existed in the past, this phenomenon still continues existing in the life of human beings. There has not been seen the social structure in the history without social values. Every society has its own distinctive way of life. In other word, every society has its own structure of moral values. These values are of their importance in the process of structural building of society. Through this process, the moral values rise in every field of ethics, beginning from trade-relations to political ones. Especially in the family life, these moral relationships emerge as a fact. There is a close relationship between morality and religion as well. Furthermore, given relationships have been seen in the lifetime of human being. In this sense, Islam presents fundamental doctrines on human life, universe and God.
ACCESSION #
17557528

 

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