Islamic Ethics : Akhlaq

Akhlaq (Arabic: أخلاق‎) is an Arabic term referring to the practice of virtue, morality and manners in Islamic theology and falsafah (philosophy). It is most commonly translated in English dictionaries as; disposition, nature, temper, ethics, morals or manners (of a person). This article will outline what the Islamic view of ethics is, and how it differs to other theories.

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Deontology Vs Teleology Ethics

Deontology and Teleology are competing ideas in the world of ethics. Deontology suggests that the consequences of actions are not important, its the action themselves that decide if an action is right or wrong, and the Teleology theory says its the results or consequence that will decide if an action is good or bad. This article will explain the differences further and give an Islamic perspective to this important topic.

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