ONE PERSON LIBRARY FROM LAW AND MORAL TO SOCIAL POLICY: FIRST MASTER İBNİ KEMALPAŞAZÂDE While the history of humanity writes that some intellectuals only have an effect on the age they lived, on the time they lived, even on the main effect they lived, some intellectuals also wrote that they also affected the age they lived in and later ages.While the first is a general situation, it is possible to state that those in the second position are exceptional. One of these exceptional names is Ibni Kemalpaşazâde. Ibni Kemalpaşazâde, during his 65-year life, produced many works in Arabic, Persian and Turkish, from literature to law, from history to economics and social policy, from ethics to fiqh (islamic law), theology and religion.Worker-employer relations, social order and order issues, which social policy deals within the context of environment and human, were also among the subjects Ibni Kemalpaşazâde worked on.What makes IbniKemalpaşazâde different and exceptional is not his work in multi-languages and multi-disciplines, but that he brings the past to the period he lived in and sheds light on the future with his works. While the Renaissance and pre-Reform periods were taking place in Europe, Ibni Kemalpaşazâde both worked on social policy issues, handled moral issues, wrote poetry, and put forward provisions on many difficult issues of Islamic law and its treatment. Ibni Kemalpaşazâde is a scientist in one aspect, a man of literature and art in one aspect, a law writer in one aspect and a successful state administrator in one aspect. His works outnumber books that can be read in an average lifetime. In this respect, İbni Kemalpaşazâde is a one-person library.The reason he is called the "First Master" is that he is extremely meticulous and extraordinary in reading and writing. Keywords: Law, Human, Environment, Social Policy.
|Subjects||Information Science and Library Science|
|Journal Section||Regular Papers|
|Publication Date||June 26, 2021|
|Published in Issue||Year 2021, Volume 8, Issue 1|