Year 2018, Volume 13 , Issue 13, Pages 309 - 336 2018-06-28

İslâm Ekonomisi ve Kavâid-i Fıkhıyye ile İlişkisi

Islamic Economics and the Relevance of al-Qawa’id al-Fiqhiyyah

Ercan ESER [1]


İslâm ekonomisi, İslâmî bilgi topluluğunun bir parçası olarak, çağdaş İslâm dünyasındaki çeşitli yüksek öğrenim kurumlarında tanınan ve geçerlilik kazanan yeni bir sosyal bilim disiplini olarak ortaya çıkmıştır. İslâmî bilginin farklı kaynakları, evrimini ve gelişimini şekillendirmeye önemli katkıda bulunmuştur. Bununla birlikte, “İslâmî hukuk kurallarının”, mevcut ekonomik düşüncede bağlamlaştırma konusunda pek fazla dikkat çekmediği görülüyor. İçerik analizi yaklaşımını kullanarak, bu makale, beş normatif kurala ve bazı türlerine vurgu yaparak, kavâid-i fıkhıyyenin İslâm ekonomisini anlamaya uygun olduğunu incelemektedir. Amaç, bunların İslâmî ekonomik hayatla olan ilgisini, zaman ve mekan içerisindeki bağlamsallaştırmalarını değerlendirmektir.

İslâm’ın ikinci derecede öğrenim araştırmalarında bir disiplin olarak kavâid-i fıkhiyye'nin İslâmî iktisat anlayışına önemli ölçüde katkıda bulunduğu anlaşılmaktadır. Bu kurallar bazı ekonomik teorileri İslâm ahlakına göre anlamaya yardımcı olurlar. Bu nedenle, Müslüman sosyal bilimcilerin, özellikle de Müslüman iktisatçıların, bu fıkıh dalına büyük bir ilgi ve bağlılıkla sarılmaları ve onu takip etmeleri halinde iktisat teorilerinin İslâm açısından daha iyi değerlendirilmesine imkan verecektir.

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Primary Language tr
Subjects Social
Published Date Bahar
Journal Section Çeviriler
Authors

Author: Ercan ESER
Institution: GAZİ ÜNİVERSİTESİ, POLATLI İLAHİYAT FAKÜLTESİ
Country: Turkey


Dates

Application Date : April 25, 2018
Acceptance Date : May 28, 2018
Publication Date : June 28, 2018

ISNAD Eser, Ercan . "İslâm Ekonomisi ve Kavâid-i Fıkhıyye ile İlişkisi". Bozok Üniversitesi İlahiyat Fakültesi Dergisi 13 / 13 (June 2018): 309-336 .