The Islamic Law of Inheritance as a Formative Agent in Muslim Society. Also the Rejection of Aristotlean Logic by Carol M. Fuller

The Islamic Law of Inheritance as a Formative Agent in Muslim Society. Also the Rejection of…

byCarol M. Fuller

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In recent decades Muslim awareness of their serious lag in prosperity and scientific achievements has angered and humiliated them, and this in turn has lead a few individuals into violence against the West.

Here are answers to key reasons the West is prosperous and democratic, and people in Muslim lands are not: laws in the West promote growth of producative property owned by private citizens but laws in Islam discourage this growth. Inheritance in Islam divides farms and businesses among many people, and Muslims attempt to reassemble these units. An important avenue in this goal is extreme male domination of women (and control of their inherited portions) and patriarchial domination of young men (and control of their fragments of productive property). Tight societies result that are not communistic but are solidly communal.

Muslims are unable to analyze the sources of their difficulties because around the 12th century they abandoned the use of logical processes developed by the ancient Greeks.

Title:The Islamic Law of Inheritance as a Formative Agent in Muslim Society. Also the Rejection of…Format:Kobo ebookPublished:May 12, 2013Publisher:Carol M. FullerLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1301072397

ISBN - 13:9781301072392

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