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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 8196-8210

Fārūqī’s Concept Of Exalted Morality: An Analytical Study

Dr. Muhammad Riaz, Rana Muhammad Idrees, Ms Shazia, Ghazala Bashir, Syed Toqeer Abbas, Ahsan Ul Haq, Asghar Ali Shah.


Contrary to other creatures human being needs discipline and civilization in their behavior and interaction with their fellow beings. Because of this importance, almost all the moral philosophers propounded their theories and ideologies to create convenience, peace, and tranquility and it is observed that their efforts were tinged with the colors of their beliefs and convictions. The Greek philosophers had been followed even by the ecclesiastic high-ups from all the compartments of the revealed religions and Muslims could not exclude themselves. The great Muslim moral philosophers like Ghazālī, Ibn Miskawaih, Naṣīr ad-Dīn Ṭūsī, and Dawwānī are no exceptions in this regard. On the other hand, the prophet of Islam who was sent to complete the best Morality was a role model of Morality, and how it is possible that the Muslims were to move to the Greek masters for morality. Burhān Aḥmad Fārūqī(1905-1996) with his peculiar moral philosophy played a vital role in awakening the Muslims about the originality of their morality derived from the morality of the holy Prophetﷺ. This article presented an analytical study of his concept of Insān-e-Murtadhā that saved the Muslim philosophy to be drowned in the well of Greek philosophy and is pure of any type of amalgamation of unrevealed morality.

Key words: Burhān Aḥmad Fārūqī, Ecclesiastic, Role Model of Morality, Moral Philosophy, Amalgamation.

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