Schools Claiming Lifestyle in Reliance with the Indicators of the Supreme School: A Comparative Study

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In terms of lifestyle, each one of diverse schools delivers particular principles which shape human's behavior. Many of the decadence behaviors by human derive from following the principles. The schools which have emerged due to being tired of Catholic Christianity in the medieval times are seemingly trapped in confusion because of lacking a model for lifestyle which could guarantee the prosperity. In the meantime, the question posed herein is what supreme indicators could guarantee the human life and which school is equipped with the formers. In the same vein, the authors develop 11 indicators and compare them with the given schools in this study, i.e. Christianity (for medieval times), Humanism, Materialism, Secularism, Liberalism and Islam. Consequently, it was found that it is only Islam which embeds the 11 indicators. In the final phase, the study deals with the difference of principles and characteristics of the schools with each other in relation to the constituents of lifestyle and demonstrates the answers in the frame of a table (4). It is worth noting this study is an exploratory one which lies in the category of developmental studies.

Journal Scientific Research of Strategic Defence Studies, Volume:13 Issue: 59, 2015
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