Anthropological foundations of women's moral responsibility in Islamic ethics

Abstract

Abstract:An ethical responsibility that is "exposed to being accountable to the duty" is, in the school of Islam, originates in the face of God. An ethical debate on ethical issues is very important because it can be considered as a guarantor of tactical implementation. Despite the responsibility that human motivation will be directed toward increasing its final perfection. Susceptibility threatens the individual and social life of man. Without responsibility, the system of society, which is based on cooperation, collapses, and no group, organization, institution or organization will be formed. In this context, women's responsibilities are of particular importance. Women's roles in the family, such as companionship, motherhood, teacher, child's physical and religious education, house management, etc., are part of the women's critical responsibilities. A woman without responsibility will disassociate the family and the child will not be raised. The first and most important discussion on this topic is the discussion of the theoretical foundations of women's responsibility. These bases include anthropological, anthropological, epistemological, cognitive, and sociological principles. The purpose of this research is to investigate the anthropological origin of the moral responsibility of a woman in Islamic ethics, in order to show that the basis of the heavy responsibility of this celestial creature is very solid and radical .Ultimately, the woman, with the proper conduct of her responsibility , is far superior to her perfection will receive. Among the most important of these bases, one can refer to the discretion and knowledge of both nature and the immortality of the soul and the perfection of women.Key words : responsibility , moral responsibility , women , mandate , ultimate perfection , anthropological principles .