Kavaklio&011F;lu, Mahmut
March 2003
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2003, Vol. 7 Issue 15, p43
Academic Journal
This study attempts to investigate the attitudes/politics the Prophet adopted in the face of demands, suggestions and objections, and the objectives the Prophet wanted to achieve in resorting to such attitudes/politics. The attitude in question consists of a from of policy which not only aims at being open to demands, suggestions or objections or rejecting or accepting them depending on the content and conditions, but also and beyond these, shaping the addressee and communicating the message to him or her through the natural conduct he displays while doing all these. In other words, with a mission of informing people, the Prophet attempts to build a self-confidence which enables the access to information, and in fact succeeds in doing so though the approach he adopts.


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