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آموزه های قرآنی - پیاپی 31 (بهار 1388)
  • پیاپی 31 (بهار 1388)
  • آموزه های فقهی
  • 182 صفحه، بهای روی جلد: 10,000ريال
  • تاریخ انتشار: 1388/07/05
  • تعداد عناوین: 9
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  • Dr. Seyyed Abulghasem Naghibi Page 3
    he science of jurisprudence is a branch of Islamic sciences and law is an important branch of humanities. The position of these two sciences in the legal system of Iran require that the ground of their collaboration in interdisciplinary study is to be presented and the substantial and historical relationship of these two sciences to be studied. In this research the important grounds of relation and connection of these tow sciences mainly nature, subject, problems, aim, foundation, scope, division of the subjects and the method have been discussed generally and briefly and has been emphasized on the methodology of the collaboration of these tow sciences. Jurisprudence based on the theological foundations and grounds guides legal rules to the tradition, moral and religious manners.
  • Dr. Morteza Rahimi Page 21
    Jurists have paid attention to the title of “shaaer” (rites) in many cases and in this way, they concluded the recommendation or permissibility and necessity of the cases like proclamation (azan), congregation prayer, greeting, circumcision, religious festivals and death ceremonies, pilgrimage to the shrines of the fourteen innocent people, to observe the hejab (covering) by women, not shaving of the beard, not shaking hands with whom marriage is Islamicly impossible and some other cases.
  • Dr. Faraj Behzad Vakilabad Page 45
    his paper refers to some of the most important lexical and terminological meaning of the word “command” and “rulership”. In addition to assign the position of the governmental decree among the divisions of orders, a definition for the governmental orders has been presented and investigated. Then, with reference to the difference between order and Islamic verdict in the discussion about the bases of the inference of governmental orders, some cases like: public interests, reason, human experiences, custom and lifestyle of sages as the bases of inference of the governmental orders have been explained.
  • Dr. Alireza Saberiyan Page 73
    xpediency has a fundamental role in ordinance of religious orders and religious orders follow the interests and the corruptions in their subjects. The reason in itself is unable inrevealing the interests and corruptions in many cases and needs the expressions of the religion. Governmental orders are issued by the ruler within the boundary of expediency and they are not permanent. The issuing and authorizing of the governmental orders depend on the expediency and expediency is held in its subject. An Islamic ruler orders within the framework expediency.
  • Seyyed Jafar Alavi Gonabadi Page 107
  • Zinat Jafari Fesharaki Page 123
    The opponents of this plan believe that in paying debts the nominal value of the money should be considered not its real value. The most important reasons of this group are the fungibility of the money, the problem of usury and… Those who agree with this planalso invoke to the rule that “In Islam there is no injury or malicious damage” and the necessity of observing justice and equity and believe that if the decrease of the value of money is too much, certainly the debtor will be discharged from the viewpoint of the common law when he pay the real value of the money.
  • Seyyed Muhammad Anvar Alavi Page 143
    hen God descends a new religion for the people or when some people follow a religion, one of the main problems for these people after their acceptance is their previous actions. What will be the reaction to those people who has done some actions in contrary to the teachings of the new religion or have not done their necessary duties of the new religion in the past? The messenger of God has answered these questions in a saying in the advent of Islam and then jurists have made a rule depending on this saying. Given to the approaching of the people of the world to Islam, the necessity of considering of this rule in the jurisprudence is clear among intellectuals.
  • Muhammad Salami Page 169