PL EN


2013 | 4 | 1 | 115-132
Article title

Doskonałość w tradycyjnej etyce islamu

Title variants
EN
Perfection in the Traditional Islamic Ethics
Languages of publication
Abstracts
Islam is defined as submission to the will of God. The believer should demonstrate his obedience by worshiping the One God and accomplishing His commands, following the right path, revealed to him through the Messenger Muhammad. This path is expressed in the five pillars of Islam: profession of faith in One God, prayer, alms, fasting and pilgrimage. It is the first step (islam) in religion, based on the principle of doing good and avoiding evil. The next step is the faith (iman) in the revealed articles of belief and culminates in a complete trust in God. In the third stage (ihsan) the believer stays in adoration before God and in His presence. He has also the awareness that his inability to see God does not mean that God does not see him. It is perfection, expressed in worship and charity and linking the internal and external dimension of religion in action and doing good. A perfect life on earth and good deeds of man are the way that leads, through the mercy of God, to the contemplation of His face.
Keywords
Year
Volume
4
Issue
1
Pages
115-132
Physical description
Contributors
  • Katedra Dialogu Kultur i Religii w Instytucie Kulturoznawstwa na Wydziale Filozofii KUL, modras@gmail.com
References
  • Abdullah Yūsuf ʿAlī: The Meaning of the Holy Qurʾān. Beltsville, MD: Amana Publi-cations 2008.
  • Ashraf Ali al-Tahanawi (Imam): The 77 Branches of Faith. http://qa.sunnipath.com/ issue_view.asp?HD=7&ID=103&CATE=24 [dostęp: 10.07.2012].
  • Danecki J., Kozłowska J., Słownik arabsko-polski. Wyd. III. Warszawa: Wiedza Po-wszechna 2007.
  • Danecki J., Podstawowe wiadomości o islamie. Wyd. II. Warszawa: Dialog 2007.
  • Gimaret D., Les noms divins en Islam. Paris: Les Éditions du Cerf 1988.
  • Ibn Daqîq al-’îd: Imâm an-Nawawî’s 40 Hadîth Explanation. http://abdurrahman.org/ sunnah/nawavi40explanation.html [dostęp: 5.07.2012].
  • Jamal Ahmed Badi: Sharh Arba’een an Nawawî. Commentary of forty Hadiths of an Nawawi. http://www.archive.org/details/FortyHadiths (tekst arabski, tłum. angielskie, ko¬men¬tarz) [dostęp: 5.07.2012].
  • Koran. Przeł. J. Bielawski. Warszawa: PIW 1986 (http://koran.apologetyka.com/czytaj [dostęp: 1.07.2012]).
  • Lane E.W., An Arabic-English Lexicon. Vol. 1-8. Beirut: Librairie du Liban 1968 (http://www.tyndalearchive.com//TABS/Lane/index.htm [dostęp: 1.07.2012]).
  • Mohamed Baianonie (Imam): Ibadah in Islam. http://www.islam1.org/khutub/Ibadah_ in_Islam.htm [dostęp: 7.07.2012].
  • Mohammad Razi. Reality of Iman. http://www.learndeen.com/jm/deen-islam/aqueeda-a-tawheed/36/186-reality-of-iman.html [dostęp: 5.07.2012].
  • Mohammed Fadel: Ibn Rajab’s Commentary on Imam Nawawi’s Forty Hadith. Hadith #1 “Actions are but by intentions”. http://www.sunnah.org/ibadaat/alamal_bilniyyat.htm [dostęp: 7.07.2012].
  • Muraqaba. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muraqaba [dostęp: 12.07.2012].
  • Omar Hasan Kasule Sr., Change of Fitra. http://omarkasule-03.tripod.com/id702.html [dostęp: 3.07.2012].
  • Salim Noori: Ihsan – the art of the Sufis. http://www.sufism.in/sufism/ihsan.html [dostęp: 15.07.2012].
  • Samama Th., La vertu de religion dans l’islam. Jérusalem: Franciscan Printing Press 1978.
  • Tafsīr al-Ǧalālayn. http://www.altafsir.com [dostęp: 15.07.2012].
  • Tafsīr ibn Kathīr. http://www.qtafsir.com [dostęp: 3.07.2012].
  • The Hadith Library (ang.). http://ahadith.co.uk (tekst arabski: http://www.alazhr.com/books2/ books.jsp) [dostęp: 1.07.2012].
  • Wehr H., A Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic. Edited by J.M. Cowan. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz 1980.
Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-aa4096ea-4057-4726-a424-a58c9a994411
JavaScript is turned off in your web browser. Turn it on to take full advantage of this site, then refresh the page.