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Journal:   JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCATION   FALL-WINTER 2006-2007 , Volume 36 , Number 3-4; Page(s) 1 To 23.
 
Paper: 

MAN IN QURAN FROM INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIAL POINTS OF VIEW

 
 
Author(s):  EZHEEI J.*
 
* FACULTY OF PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCATION, UT
 
Abstract: 

In Quranic view, man is a divine viceroy on earth. He is the only creature that enjoys divine characteristics such as those of 'creation' and 'creativity'. No exerted efforts of psychologists of modes of behavior managed to distort the special status of 'man', though he is 'weak', 'insidious', 'greedy', 'hasty', 'unbalanced', 'loss avoiding character', 'rebellious', etc. In this article, based on selections of Quranic verses it is tried to explain in simple terms Issues such as 'spirit' and 'decree and creation'. In the same limelight, 'physical natural process of man', which is in relation to natural elements is thoroughly explained. Quranic outlook with respect to 'worldly life' and 'life in the hereafter' in brief are another part of this article. In the chapter concerning 'the true feature of man in Quran' his attributes from this point of view is outlined. Then it goes on to address 'human natural egoism' and 'self. Referring to the 'fundamental needs of man in Quran' a passing view of psychologists of the realm of need are considered. 'Quran and the social man' is the closing part of this article, which tends to deal with reasons of social transformations from a Quranic point of view.

 
Keyword(s): MAN, QURAN, SPIRIT, SELF, NEED, SOCIETY
 
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