عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Based on the ample evidence from the verses of the Quran, the purpose of the Islam and its content theorems are not limited to descriptive theorems and values in the human dimension and in the afterlife of humans. And its realm encompasses all things that affect human happiness or brutality. Such an area proves the necessity of designing a revelatory human science to improve human relations for prosperity, both worldly and the afterlife, a science which includes systematic theories in the field of descriptions of the human actions and the requirements of the value of these descriptions. On the other hand, liberal arts have claimed that all the propositions needed in the field of human relations, such as economics, law, politics, etc. should have the same goal as the revelation science for better worldly life. But some individuals and schools of thoughts are convinced that the ultimate goals of religion are spirituality and prosperity which consequently and indirectly limits the goals of the Quranic propositions to this goal. As a result, the realm of liberal arts and the divine doctrines are two independent entity. This is due to the lack of understanding the goals of the Quran and their categorizations, and it results from the inappropriate the determination of the relationship between the purposes of the revelation with the goal of the liberal arts. For this reason, the present study, based on the analytical method and the library of critique, made an attempt to examine this view. First, it refers to the words of those who limit the purpose of revelation to individual affairs, then the goals of liberal arts are examined. Finally, after mentioning the purpose of the teachings of the Quran, the purposes of the liberal arts are compared and examined with the teachings of the revelation.