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A Research on “Developing the Jurisprudence into the Sanctum of the Beliefs and Abstract Deeds
Mr. Mohammad Sadegh Yousefi Moghadam
Mr. Seyed Jafar Sadeghi Fadaki
From among the subjects of discussion which have been paid much attention by the Islamic scientists since long ago, we can name the domain of jurisprudence, religious duties of human being and the limits thereto and in this regard there exist two main viewpoints among the Islamic scientists including the jurists, commentators and theologians. The reputed and also most of the Islamic scientists believe that the sanctum of jurisprudence and religious commands are confined to the practical subsidiary rules and physical deeds, and the faith-related subjects and the abstract deeds have been devolved to another domain and resources known as the theology. On the contrary, a number of the Islamic scientists have proposed in brief some part of doctrinal topics in jurisprudence resources and have had a look to this issue from a jurisprudential and obligation-oriented point of view. The true viewpoint and the hypothesis under the discussion in this research in that the domain of jurisprudence and religious obligations have not been confined to the practical subsidiary rules and physical actions, and furthermore, it comprises the beliefs and abstract deeds of the man. In this article, in addition to having a hint to the arguments to the well-known viewpoints and criticizing them, this viewpoint is proved based on numerous arguments.
Keywords: Jurisprudence- Beliefs- Physical and Abstract Deeds- Koran- Traditions