The Impact of al-Ghazālī. Papers collected on his 900th Anniversary. Vol. 2
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It then explores three forms of justice: political justice as expressed in politics, peace, and war, distributive justice as expressed in trade, alms, marriage, and inheritance, and corrective justice, as expressed in rulings relating to public and private crimes. Meaning must not confront, but embrace the world. Post-modern virtue is not about truth and justice, but about tolerance and freedom. Classically, these objectives were used as yardsticks to determine if derived rulings did not cause harm to these essential elements of human existence.
Thematic readings can therefore represent either a hermeneutic of continuity or discontinuity.
He does this by providing a natural law reading of the social justice themes, whereby the ontology of natural law ethics becomes the shared ethical cosmology of classical and modern man. As God created mankind as a singular community, it means they can share a singular ethical cosmology Harvey, p. And it is this central element that differentiates his exegetical reading from other modernistic readings.
God only sounds outdated because He had to deal with an outdated society.
3. The Islamic Idea of Nature
Understanding His intent within that outdated society will unveil timeless values that we also pursue today, and so we do not have to feel apologetic about being modern. Classical genres mainly had their own content structure and premises in which source texts i. Harvey does not use hermeneutics as a form of theology, he connects it to a classical theology which provides both a cosmology and morality as the frame for the hermeneutical glasses.