This book sets forth the concepts relating to viewpoints concerning life. It identifies the principle behind these concepts and traces each such concept back to its source and origin, whether it emanates from the capitalist-democratic, communist-socialist, or Islamic principle. At the same time, it calls on people to establish bonds with one another, that is, intellectual bonds based on common principles. It also calls on them to distinguish one concept from another so that they can achieve the correct type of advancement and attain the exemplary ideology. First published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
1 The Principle (almabda?) , 2 Economic Planning and Development and their Purposeful Direction, 3 Production Projects or Economic Development, 4 Social Justice, 5 Society, 6 Islamic Society in Medina, 7 The Social System In Islam, 8 The Term 'Mankind' Refers to Both Men and Women, 9 Morality, 10 Psychology, Sociology and Education 11 Educational Policy, 12 Things and Actions, 13 Capitalist Corporations, 14 Insurance, 15 Cooperative Societies 16 Banks, 17 Usury, 18 Usury and Exchange, 19 Money, 20 The Gold System, 21 Corporations in Islam, 22 Islamic Rulings Regarding Corporations, 23 Transfer of Debt, 24 Pawning, 25 Bribes and Gifts, 26 Sales, 27 Pricing of Merchandise, 28 Monopoly of Merchandise, 29 Foreign Trade, 30 Industrial Policy, 31 Perils of Foreign Loans, 32 The Trade Union Movement and the Reason for its Emergence in the World, 33 The Stock Market, 34 Financial Inflation, 35 The Ruler, 36 The System of Government In Islam, 37 Islam Treats All Citizens Equally, 38 The Constitution and the Law, 39 Adopting the View of the Majority: When Can it be Permitted? 40 Economics In Islam 41 Industry, 42 Trade, 43 Labour, 44 The Islamic System Alone Insures Basic Needs, 45 Conclusion