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Religion, Economy, and State: Economic Thought of al-Mawardi in Adab al-Dunya wa-al-Din

Jaelani, Aan (2016): Religion, Economy, and State: Economic Thought of al-Mawardi in Adab al-Dunya wa-al-Din. Published in: Journal of Economics Library , Vol. 3, No. 3 (30 September 2016): pp. 508-523.

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Abstract

The relation between religion, economy and the country became a major topic in the development of public welfare systems. Humans are political creatures that have the potential to realize the level of moral conscience to meet the needs of a better life, but humans as spiritual beings must have a balance between religious morality and economic morality. With economic ethics are supported by religious morality, the welfare system can be realized systemically if the state, communities, and individuals can realize the six-dimensional form: religious observance, good governance, justice, national security, the prosperity of society and the nation's vision.

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