Our Psychology


  • Publisher: ANish Publications (November 11, 2019)
  • Publication Date: November 11, 2020
  • Language: English

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Our Psychology Our Psychology must be seen as the first comprehensive analytic book on psychology written from an Islamic viewpoint. Muattar Ali used legal Hukm (rulings) to provide a psychological philosophy. Our Psychology is written under three headlining: Principles and methods, Discussion and the factors of discussion, and Discussion and justice. The book consists of three parts: the first two parts show that Islam has answers to problems of the modern world by presenting an Islamic alternative to All psychological issues. In the third part, Ali explains the Islamic psychology conception. Ali’s book consists of Islamic psychological theory, which has differences from other approaches. This theory is a practical psychological problem in line with its concept of justice. Islamic psychology is a doctrine, and justice has a critical role in this doctrine. Islamic psychology included ‘every fundamental rule of psychological life connected with its ideology of social justice. This doctrine is based on Islamic beliefs, laws, sentiments, concepts, and definitions driven from the sources of Islam. The first parts of Our Psychology are dedicated to discussing historical psychology such as Greek, Roman, Indian, Jewish, Christian, and Islamic historical psychology. Ali rejects ancient, medieval, and modern psychology because Islam distinguishes between normal and abnormal behavior in an Islamic society that requires a distinction between old and contemporary psychology. However, he also rejects the psychoanalytic notion that individuals’ behavior is justified in its childhood and other experiences during life are meaningless, arguing instead that God creates childhood and adulthood. Islam, therefore, dictates the rights and obligations of life’s conditions. He also rejects the conclusion that Islamic psychology makes a mixture of ancient and modern psychology, arguing that each psychological theory comes about as the natural conclusion of certain ideologies. In contrast, Islamic psychology comes almost as the natural conclusion of Islamic doctrine and therefore is justified entirely independently of other systems of Psychology. What do you think about it? Let us know on the contact page here. Do you want to know more about the author? Read his bio here. Want to read his other books? Here is a list of his books, and to read his blogs in English, click here, and in Urdu, click here. More about the author Biography I live in Karachi city, Pakistan. ANish publications publish this book. I have been a senior writer, researcher, and editor in the ANish platform for years while specializing in psychology, impacting information technology. I write about business, literature, human psychology, and technology in blogs and websites for clients and companies. As a writer, I enjoy reading, writing, and traveling. You can read my blogs here Follow this Author You can follow this Author through his Social Media Profiles Facebook Twitter YouTube