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Garar in Islamic Economics

Garar in Islamic Economics
Author's
Edıtor's
Publisher
İktisat Yayınları
Barcode
9786257015912
ISBN
978-625-7015-91-2
Pages
196 Page
Dimensions
13,5x21
Language
Türkçe
Paper/Color
Kitap Kağıdı / Tek Renk
Number of Prints
1. Baskı
Print Year
2021
Cover/Color
Karton Kapak
The most basic principles that Islam observes in human relations; observance of justice, prevention of injustice, ensuring social stability, entrusting the trust to those who are competent, open and transparent relations between people, preventing transactions and dispositions that may lead to conflicts between people. These principles also guided the instructions of Islam regarding commercial relations between people. In this context, tortious acts such as theft and extortion are prohibited, as well as interest, verbal or de facto cheating that leads to the exploitation of one party in contracts.
Garar, which is the subject of this book, is also prohibited because it causes commercial relations between people to be carried out in an open and transparent manner and cause conflicts and fights between people. The book consists of the papers presented in the workshop named "Garar in Classical Fiqh and Its Effect on Today's Economic Transactions", which was organized with the aim of addressing many aspects of the ban on garar, which was discussed in the classical fiqh literature and also encountered in modern economic transactions, by the participants, which were developed and converted into articles. This book, in which different authors deal with the prohibition of garar in Islamic fiqh from conceptual, intellectual and methodological perspectives, has been brought together in order to establish a solid link between our classical fiqh heritage and today's economic affairs.

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