عنوان مقاله [English]
The liberalism economics, founded upon the utilitarianism, theoretically, aims at economic prospering and public welfare; but in this trend, has been implemented in the interests of capitalism. However, the whole story, in time, has culminated in the huge gap between the social classes and consequently in piling up wealth somewhere and poverty in somewhere else, namely broad injustice and inequality.
The present article argues this question that in spite of the fact that in liberalism, once in while, justice and fair distribution of wealth have been paid regard, its basis fails to protect justice, as the economic development constitutes the ultimate goal in liberalism. This paradox emerges when liberalism falls into full contrary to social equality in practice.
On the other hand, Islam suggests another system based on impartiality and justice, which have come and been composed from its essence and principles. Furthermore, an assembled regulations existing in the system such as ownership, production, distribution, development and expansion of economy, have been directed towards justice.