Que Dit Vraiment Le Coran

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CE suite DIT vraiment LE CORAN (= WHAT the QURAN really SAYS)Docteur Abou nahla Al Ajam?http://srbs.fr/Affiche.htmhttp://www.oumma.com/Que-dit-vraiment-le-Coran-partie-1http://www.oumma.com/Que-dit-vraiment-le-Coran-2-2

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Moral agents and their Deserts: the Character du Mu'tazilite EthicsReviewMoral agent and your Deserts is a significant addition to auto study ns Mu?tazilite thought et Muslim ethics. The livre details différent works nous the subject and speaks v distinct gouvernement about thé material. Cette articulates the broad issues ns this subject with rigor, an individual engagement, et a unique concern à la relevance. The livre will type a welcome bridge between this highly committed subject et nonspecialists, et certainly others working in areas such as Islamic thought or medieval philosophy.(Toby Mayer, the académie of Ismaili Studies, londres ) Product DescriptionMust an excellent deeds be rewarded et wrongdoers punished? would certainly God it is in unjust if he failed venir punish et reward? et what is ce about good or evil acte and conventionnel identity that can generate together necessities? These to be some du the an essential religious and philosophical questions that eighth- et ninth-century Mu'tazilite theologians and their advanced successors attempted à answer, offering rise venir a distinctive moral position et one ns the many prominent et controversial pundit trends in medieval Islam. The Mu'tazilites arisen a view de ethics whose distinguishing features were its austere moral objectivism et the crucial role ce assigned to reason in the knowledge of conventionnel truths. Centre to this ethical vision was the imaginations of moral desert, and of thé good et evil consequences--reward jaune punishment--deserved v a person's acts.Moral agents and your Deserts is the first book-length study de this quartier général theme in Mu'tazilite ethics, and an attempt à grapple with auto philosophical questions ce raises. At auto same time, it is a bid to des questions the methods in which modern-day readers, coming venir medieval Islamic assumed with a philosophical interest, seek venir read et converse with Mu'tazilite theology. Moral agents and their Deserts tracks the challenges et rewards affiliated in the pursuit of the right conversation at thé seams between modern et medieval concerns.