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Islam and the Economic Challenge

It is not possible to have socially-agreed values if
secularism is the reigning philosophy. Secularism does not
necessarily mean an absence of values; all societies have values
and secularist societies are not an exception. What secularism
does is to deprive values of the collective sanction that religion
provides. Without such a sanction, it is difficult for a society or
a government to arrive at the social consensus necessary for
translating goals and values into a scale of social priorities in the
use of scarce resources - priorities that people are ready to abide
by even if this hurts their self-interest. Moreover, the short-term,
this-worldly perspective that secularism provides to self-interest
makes wealth accumulation and sensual satisfaction the primary
goal of human life. It would not be 'rational' for anyone to agree
to be worse off if he cares for nothing other than serving his
this-worldly self-interest.

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MYR 19.90

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