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The Philosophy of Islamic Law of Transactions

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  • Author : Dr. Abdurrahman Raden Aji Haqqi
  • ISBN : 978-983-43710-5-0
  • Page : 258 pages


  • Description

    Islamic law or fiqh has been divided -in its discourses- into ‘ibadat ) worship, mu’amalat (transactions), munakahat (personal status) and siyasah shar’iyyah which includes public law and private law.

    Muslim jurist have dealt with each of those divisions in a very profoundly discussion form since the earlier era after the demise of the Last Messenger of Allah, Muhammad pbuh. They have exercised ijtihad delivered fatwa and judgements. They have introduced their options and researchers. Then, they have reserved them by writing them by themselves or by means of their loyal disciples.

    Consequently, we find in our islamic library today a great number of their literature. They contain every aspect of human interacting rules and discuss every issue related to them wholly, partially or by means of indication.

    This book discusses and analysis’s one aspect of such discourses pertaining to philosophy of Islamic law of transaction (fiah al-mu’amalat). It focuses on what is transaction? What are the advantages of them? In addition, it examines the philosophy of general rules of transaction in Islamic law without touching the discussion on the specific rules.

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    Additional Information

    Weight 0.7 kg
  • Content

    Preface

    Author Profile

    Introduction

    The Aims of the Book

    Research Methodology

    Contribution

    Book Chapters

    • PHILOSOPHY OF ISLAMIC LAW (3 Chapters)
    • ISLAMIC LAW OF TRANSACTIONS (2 Chapters)
    • THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE GENERAL RULES OF SLAMIC LAW OF TRANSACTIONS (5 Chapters)
    • PHILOSOPHY OF ISLAMIC LAW OF TRANSACTIONS (7 Chapters)

    Conclusion

    Bibliography