:: Volume 12, Issue 46 (winter 2019) ::
پژوهش نامه اخلاق 2019, 12(46): 57-70 Back to browse issues page
Ethical School in Islamic Economics and Conventional Economics
Seyyed Morteza Honarmand Dr , Jamal Sorush Dr, Ali Haratian Mr
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In the present age, it is the age of economic crises and challenges to moral values. Today, with many moral schools, we are faced with the dos and don’ts of economic activities. On the one hand, the Islamic society needs a dynamic and developed economy, and on the other hand, it needs to consolidate and strengthen moral values in order to bring worldly and otherworldly happiness to people by making their activities healthier and countering economic corruption. The key question that has been dealt with in a descriptive-analytical way is what the moral school is in Islamic economics and conventional economics. The results of the study in this paper show that in the ethical school of conventional economics, the human goal of all activities is to avoid suffering or to attain material pleasure. However, the ethical school in Islamic economics attaches great importance to spirituality and considers the attention to materials to be legitimate to the extent that it does not hinder the spiritual growth and happiness of human beings.
Keywords: Islamic economics, conventional economics, ethical school, ethics in economics.
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Type of Study: بنیادی | Subject: Applied ethics
Received: 2020/06/28 | Accepted: 2020/06/28 | Published: 2020/06/28

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