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L’Economie Islamique: Une Approche Coranique

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  • DIAGNE, MAME BAMBA

    (Economiste, Consultant, HLM Grand Médine Dakar, Sénégal)

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Les études en économie islamique procèdent d’une démarche qui ne permet pas de spécifier l’islam et son économie, en raison de l’intégration de la foi dans l’analyse. Car la foi et les instruments économiques (Zakat, Riba et dépense…) sont communs aux religions révélées, de même que l’éthique et la morale. L’objet de cet article est de proposer une rupture méthodologique capable de cerner la nature du système économique, sa dynamique et ses processus par une séparation du spirituel et du matériel, dans la compréhension de l’économie islamique, de poser son fondement scientifique et de définir son statut théorique. Cette alternative passe par le cadre du Coran, cadre dans lequel se développent des approches spécifiques : économique dans la dimension « Azizoul Alim » des sciences, sociale dans la dimension « Azizoul Rahim » de la solidarité, et religieuse dans la dimension « Azizoul Hakim » de la foi.

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  • Diagne, Mame Bamba, 2013. "L’Economie Islamique: Une Approche Coranique," Etudes en Economie Islamique, The Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI), vol. 7, pages 99-119.
  • Handle: RePEc:ris:etecis:0023
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