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The Capacity to Think and Freedom of Thought from a Qur’an’ic Perspective
This paper aims to explore the Qur’anic approach to the human capacity to think and the value the Qur’an ascribes to freedom of thought. The Qur’an uses various forms of language to urge people to implement their intellectual power and warns about the unwanted consequences when they fail to do so. A meaningful life, according to the Qur’an, is based on the ability to think appropriately, the first condition of which is to think freely. The freedom of thought recognized in the Qur’an is by far much more expansive than any human system. The Qur’an prescribes proactive/constructive thought and to flourish accordingly to establish an ideal society. The Qur’anic message does not entail boundaries for thought, however, suggests a framework of conditions to prevent violations and humiliations against human dignity and freedoms of others.

The Qur’an, Belief, Thinking, Thought, Freedom.

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