:: Volume 19, Issue 74 (Autumn 2023) ::
2023, 19(74): 65-84 Back to browse issues page
Exploring the Ethical Principles of Jidal Ahsan Based on Conceptual and Exeplary Analysis in the Qur'an
Maysham Orangi 1, Mohammadreza Emaminia2
1- Phd student, Islamic Maaref University, misam.orangi1401@gmailncom
2- Assistant professor, Islamic Maaref University, m_emaminya1343@yahoo.com
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Jidal Ahsan, reasoning in the better way, along with wisdom and fair exhortation, is one of the most common and strategic ways in the Qur'an and is one of the prophets' effective tools for calling to the truth. Therefore, people who have a mind mixed with evil infusions, must first be made up for the lost with Jidali Ahsan and then with wisdom and fair exhortation. Observing ethical principles is necessary and needed to form the correct model of Jidali Ahsan. For this reason, the issue at hand is to analyze and reread the moral model of the conflict, mujadila, in the verses of the Quran with opponents, polytheists and people of the book, of which the most important findings include the moral principles such as tavakkol, and isti`anat, soft and gentle speech, avoiding arrogance, not following evil infusions, honoring and preserving the character of the addressee, avoiding enmity and ill purpose, observing fairness, tolerance, and reasonable debate for the development of right and truth. In this article, an attempt has been made to examine the mentioned ethical principles in a conceptual and exemplary manner with the descriptive-analytical method.
Keywords: Qur'an, Jidal, Reasoning, Jidal Ahsan, the Better Reasoning, Mujadila, Disputation, Moral Principles
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: کلام قدیم
Received: 2023/04/11 | Accepted: 2023/04/26 | Published: 2024/02/24 | ePublished: 2024/02/24


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