IQTISADUNA - Our Economics (Volume 1 Part 2)

Ensuring Socio-economic Justice

Author(s): Sayyid Muhammad Baqir as-Sadr

Publisher: World Organization for Islamic Services (WOFIS)

Published on: Jumada' al-Akhirah, 1412 1992-01

No. of Pages: 154

Without a doubt, the decline of the Communist system created a visible vacuum, which must, and is able to be filled, by the means of a genuine and strong system. Usually This conception exists that the arena of Capitalism stays empty and Capitalism is presented to the world as a scientific and acceptable system.

We now look serious at what is the basic and foundational reasoning of Capitalism? On what foundation in musts and must notes be built and the systems worthiness? To what extent can the word (Scientific) be compared with this system? Are this system's foundations really impartial to religion, or is an anti religious system like Communism? Finally, to what extent can the word freedom be related to this system? We will read the answers, and others, in the first chapter of the second volume of the Iqtisaduna Translation.

In another section of this volume we will be acquainted with the foundations of the Islamic economy, an economy whose explanation and exposition form the main aim of this book. In this part of the book, debates on principles and it's foundations will be sufficient.

The principle of economical difficulties is generally debated in this book and essential Islamic solutions are brought forth.

Of this volumes debates are: A principal discussion on how the contradicting and opposing blind knots between social and personal affairs can be solved in economical fields? In there no Solution for the existing contradiction or must this opposition, as always, pull the economical field into ruin? How and in what manner does religion, on this subject, enter the scene? What does it how to say to unite this blind knot and solve the contradiction?

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