December 2013
Electronic Turkish Studies;Fall2013, Vol. 8 Issue 12, p679
Academic Journal
Allah knows humanbeing better, as he knows all he created. There are too many Quranic verses concerning indirectly -- as well as directly -- the spiritual aspect of human, which is the field of study of psychology. Quranic messages have values and indications that form a universal share, as they have meanings and values that carried out in its revelation period. Therefore, Quranic verses is proper to be studied and described by a psychological approach. Despite the fact that the Quran differs from psychology with respect its interest fields, two of them have common field of study as directing to humanbeing in Quran, and examining the humanbeing in psychology, so, they deal with the same truth from different angles. Quran encourages the humanbeing to think on his soul, his creation and his sensitive formation. Thus, it wants human to use all ways to require knowledge correctly and efficiently. However, it's true that to look over scientific matters in general, Holy Quran in special, just from the wievpoint of a given scientific discipline generally leads the searcher to the deficient results. The relation between Quran and systematical knowledge and sciences has been an important matter for discussion with pros and cons. In the light of this truth, during this study, We try to point out that Quran will be understood easier and comprehensive as far as the source scientific disciplines number increase. Besides, with accepting and taking use of human sciences, I assert that there are another kinds of knowledge.


Related Articles

  • Critiquing the Modern Western Theory of Knowledge and Insights into a Qur'anic Epistemology. Chak, Farhan Mujahid // American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences;Autumn2012, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p1 

    This article compares and contrasts a western post-Enlightenment theory of knowledge with a Qur'anic epistemology. It first analyzes the development of post-Enlightenment epistemology, which resulted in the disappearance of established meaning and the implanting of doubt. Thereafter, western...

  • SOME REMARKS ON STUDYING THE QUR'Ä€N AS REVEALED KNOWLEDGE. Açar, Halil Rahman // Al-Bayan;Dec2013, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p93 

    In the present paper, an attempt is made to achieve a novel way of Qur'anic interpretation, which can yield fruitful results in the light of the Qur'anic worldview as well as address related issues. The distinction between the concepts of interpretation (ta'wīl) and exegesis (tafsīr) are...

  • The trace of translators' ideology: A case study of English translations of the Qur'an. MOHAGHEGH, AMENEH; PIRNAJMUDDIN, HOSSEIN // 3L: Southeast Asian Journal of English Language Studies;2013, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p51 

    The present article attempts to explore the effect of translator's ideology on the translated text by focusing on the English translations of two Qura'nic verses from surah Al-Taubah (Repentance) and surah Al-Anfal (The Spoils of War) that are most often referred to with the purpose of imaging...

  • KUR'AN'A GÖRE BÄ°LGÄ°-Ä°MAN Ä°LÄ°ÅžKÄ°SÄ° VE YAKÃŽN KAVRAMI. POLATER, Kadir // Ekev Academic Review;bah2013, Vol. 17 Issue 55, p55 

    Yaqin is firstly an epistemological concept. It means knowledge which is accurate beyond any doubt. However, after the revelation of the Qur'an, it gained a new meaning: faith built on evidence. According to the Qur'an, the value of accurate knowledge comes from the acceptance of divine truth....

  • YUNUS EMRE'NÄ°N ŞİİRLERÄ°NE KUR'AN'DAKÄ° PEYGAMBER KISSALARININ ETKÄ°SÄ°. KABAKÇILF, Osman // Electronic Turkish Studies;Fall2013, Vol. 8 Issue 12, p615 

    This article consists of two parrts: "The Period Yunus Emre Lived in" and "The Ishari (symbolic) meanings that Yunus Emre Inferred from the Prophetic Stories of Quran". Yunus Emre's life is summarezed in the first part while the prophets who Yunus commemorated in his poems are generally...

  • HOW TO DO BUSINESS.  // Adbusters (08479097);May/Jun2011, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p70 

    The article focuses on the demands of the Qur'an for human beings to return to the so-called old truths which they have lost sight such as one which says that there is no God-given nature implanted among human beings, and that the combination of their personal choices would produce an orderly...

  • MUSA KISSASININ PARADÄ°GMATÄ°K YAPISI. Gündüzöz, Soner // Ekev Academic Review;Spring2004, Vol. 8 Issue 19, p281 

    The paradigmatic structure in Yusuf and Adem episodes can also be noticed in Musa episode. While the Yusuf episode is observed as organized in Qur'ân, the Musa episode is not organized. When we combine the expressions, a pardigmatic structure will occur. In Paradigmatic structure, the...

  • The Infallible Priesthood -1. KHAN, AFTAB AHMAD // Defence Journal;Nov2013, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p32 

    In this article, the author reflects on several saying of Qur'an related to topics including priesthood, human infallibility, human soul. He states that like Catholic Churches, Muslims don't believe in concept of religious hierarchy and infallible priesthood and all people are directly linked to...

  • OKUMA VE ANLAMA ÃœZERÄ°NE: KUR'AN TÄ°LAVETÄ°YLE Ä°LGÄ°LÄ° BAZI KAVRAM ve RÄ°VAYETLERÄ°N DEÄžERLENDÄ°RÄ°LMESÄ°. HOCAOĞLU, Mustafa // Dinbilimleri Journal;may-agu2012, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p207 

    Qur'an is revealed to bring mankind out of darknesses into the light and because of that it must be read and understand. In this context "reading" must include "understanding". "Reading" is expressed with the words of qiraat, tartil, and tilavath in the Qur'an. These three words points out the...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics