AL-GHAZALI, HIS EDUCATIONAL AND MORAL OPINION THROUGH HIS SUFI SCHOOL(450-505 AH /1058-1111 AD) release_qv6ywh6hyvh43hq7u4qjhnhe7i

by Sahar Mahdi AHMED

Published in International Journal of Humanities and Educational Research by Rimar Academy Egitim Arastirma ve Danismanlik Limited Sirketi.

2021   Volume 03, Issue 03, p215-225


Al-Ghazali is one of the most famous characters of the fifth century AH /Eleventh century AD, He was called by many titles, including the Hujjat Al-Islam, Philosopher, Speaker, Sufi, and Shafi'i, He is considered one of the flags of islamic thought, and the most influential of his era until the present time, He left a deep impact in various fields of knowledge through his various books. The research presented education and ethics through it is study and it is relationship to islamic curriculum and teaching. And since islam came to correct and support morals and education through the noble verses presented by the Holy Qur'an urging the noble islamic morals. And the great prophet ( peace be upon him ) provided a good model and example for muslims in particular, And for humanity in general. On this basis, We preferred that the definition of Al-Ghazali's moral and educational views and his approach to this context be made through his sufi school.
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