This paper discusses the concept of the mind, and the role of Islam in its liberation from the limitations which shackle it, its reformation and development.
This study is not critical but rather analytical in that it is based on the provisions of the Islamic Sharia, the Holy Quran and the tradition of the Prophet.
The study asserts the role of Islam in the liberation of the human mind from power of traditions, superstitions, illusions, magic, and other forms of fraud. The study highlights the restructuring of the Islamic Arab mind in accordance with Islamic principles. It also highlights the Islamic call for the development of human mind through adherence to the Kuran and Hadith statements which address the human mind and call for the pursuit of knowledge, reflection and exploration.
Al Dowsy, Hassan Salim
"The Mind: Its Liberation, Reformation and Development in Islam,"
UAEU Law Journal: Vol. 2007:
32, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/sharia_and_law/vol2007/iss32/1