Islamic Moral Values

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This module aims to familiarize the student with the theoretical and practical aspects of Islamic moral values, and train them with the necessary skills of public presentation and speaking on ethical issues. Moreover, it will introduce them to the primary sources related to Islamic moral values: the Qur’an and the ahadith.

To achieve the goals of the modules the students are tasked with independently researching specific issues related to Islamic morality and preparing class-room presentations in the forms of lectures. The first few sessions of the module are spent with guest lecturers who will give practical advice on how to deliver lectures.

To achieve the goals of the modules the students are tasked with independently researching specific issues related to Islamic morality and preparing class-room presentations in the forms of lectures. The first few sessions of the module are spent with guest lecturers whom will give practical advice on how to deliver lectures. Topics that may be explored by students include:

1
Pride and arrogance
2
Remembrance of death
3
Truthfulness
4
Piety and taqwa
5
Repentance
6
Ostentation
7
Envy
8
Tafakkur (pondering)
9
Hypocrisy
10
Reliance on God
11
Patience
12
Thankfulness
13
Intentions
The module leader for this subject is HIWM Seyed Hashem Moosavi and the learning material for it is: Combat with the Self, al-'Amili, al-Hurr. (2003) London: ICAS Press
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Enrolled: 44 students
Duration: 10 hours
Lectures: 13
Video: 9 hours
Level: Advanced