One of the topics discussed by many disciplines within Islamic thought is the issue of morality. This field, which has found a place for itself in the branches of both religious and philosophical disciplines, is handled and debated from various aspects in proportion to purpose that is aimed at and the problems that emerge. For this reason, no matter in which branch of science people in contact with Islamic thought are interested, their being unacquainted with topics that enter into the moral sciences is inconceivable. In addition to this, members from each branch of science will clearly follow the questions/problems of the field in which they are interested and the issue of morality using principles. The obligation to address the field of morality from the perspective of these disciplines created by this besiegement in the field uncovered the “Islamic Moral Thought Project”, which the Scientific Studies Association (İLEM) and the Association of Science, Culture, and Education (İLKE) started in 2013. The main purpose of this project, which consists of many different components, is to enable qualified scientific studies and to assure the raising of researchers who study morality in this process by having the studies compiled in the field of morality emerge within a specific system.
THE SCOPE AND OBJECTIVES OF THE PROJECT
The Scope of the Project
Although moral thought in general is a field of study that covers the entire history of moral thought, within this project, which covers moral thought from a holistic perspective, in this project, weight will be given to studies about Islamic moral thought in the project’s first stage. The scope of the project is foreseen within the framework of the mentioned subject as the texts that have entered the field of Islamic moral thought, the thinkers who have written works on this area, and contemporary studies made about the field.
The Objectives of the Project
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