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"Political system of Islam: A Micro Analysis " explains that Political Science or Islamic Political Thought in Islam is not an independent discipline, but it is a part of its religious teaching. According to the Islamic ideology the roots and origin of all social and political institutions including the government are derived from religion. But the government was in no way superior to other institutions derived from doctrines, nor was it in any sense more secular.In the past the questions related to theories of politics and governance (al-siyasah) of the community fell within the province of…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
"Political system of Islam: A Micro Analysis " explains that Political Science or Islamic Political Thought in Islam is not an independent discipline, but it is a part of its religious teaching. According to the Islamic ideology the roots and origin of all social and political institutions including the government are derived from religion. But the government was in no way superior to other institutions derived from doctrines, nor was it in any sense more secular.In the past the questions related to theories of politics and governance (al-siyasah) of the community fell within the province of canonical jurisprudence (al-fiqh studies). In order the political life may be regulated for the well-being of all, a restraining law and a ruler are required. Without certain principles of order and stability , no politics (siyasah) can be said to exist. Law in general and religious law in particular , is an indispensable conditions for the emergence of a true politics (siyasah).
Autorenporträt
Lukman Thaib obtained his Ph.D in the field of Islamic Political Thought from National University of Malaysia (UKM). Now he is with the department of Siasah Syar'iyyah (Islamic Political Science) University of Malaya. Prior he join the University of Malaya he was as visiting professor to the University of Philippine.