امام ابن حزم کے اخلاقی نظریات اورجدیدمسلم نوجوانوں کے لیے رہنمائی
Moral Concepts of Imam Ibni Hazam & Guidelines for Modern Muslim Generation
Ibne Hazam was born in famous Qurtuba city of Spain (born 994 A.D.-died 1064 A.D.).He was a famous religious scholar, Jurisprudent (Faqeeh) and Researcher of 11th century.. He then turned his concentration to fiqh or Islamic law. After the deep study of Shafie school of thought, he then studied different Iraqi scholars such as Abu Hanifa, Abu Laila, Abu Yousaf, Muhammad Ibn ul Hassan and Zufar and he became firm supporter of Shafie school of thought but after some time he followed Thahiri school of thought which insist only on religious text and rejects the analogy. His legendary moral discourse Al Akhlaq wa Siyrah fi Madawah tul Nafoos, is said to be influenced by the neo-platonic concept, is considered one of the best statements of Islamic philosophy of Ethics. His universal history Alfasal Fil Milal Wal Nahal was noted for its use of all available sources and greatly stimulated the development of Islamic historiography. His scholastic works became models for generations of that time. Later on Islamic thinkers and generations had to cite him as authority in theological and historical works. His works included history, poetry, philosophy, ethics and the study of love psychology. They are literary master pieces of his times. His most notable contributions, however, were in ethics and history. Ibne Hazam blended the classical Arabic literary culture of adab, purification of akhlaq and made an attempt to rationalize the Islamic tradition through philosophical thought processes. This research paper brings out mainly an objective investigation of the Islamic moral dimensions and experiences of Ibne Hazam works and its utilitarian importance for present young generation and contemporary Academics.