ระบอบเสรีประชาธิปไตยทางการเมืองและศาสนาอิสลาม: ค้นหาภาคพื้นดินร่วมกัน.

Benhenda Mostapha

This paper seeks to establish a dialogue between democratic and Islamic political theories.1 The interplay between them is puzzling: ตัวอย่างเช่น, in order to explain the relationship existing between democracy and their conception of the ideal Islamic political
ระบบการปกครอง, the Pakistani scholar Abu ‘Ala Maududi coined the neologism “theodemocracy” whereas the French scholar Louis Massignon suggested the oxymoron “secular theocracy”. These expressions suggest that some aspects of democracy are evaluated positively and others are judged negatively. เช่น, Muslim scholars and activists often endorse the principle of accountability of rulers, ซึ่งเป็นคุณลักษณะเฉพาะของระบอบประชาธิปไตย. ในทางตรงกันข้าม, they often reject the principle of separation between religion and the state, which is often considered to be part of democracy (อย่างน้อยที่สุด, of democracy as known in the United States today). Given this mixed assessment of democratic principles, it seems interesting to determine the conception of democracy underlying Islamic political models. อีกนัยหนึ่ง, we should try to find out what is democratic in “theodemocracy”. ด้วยเหตุนี้, among the impressive diversity and plurality of Islamic traditions of normative political thought, we essentially focus on the broad current of thought going back to Abu ‘Ala Maududi and the Egyptian intellectual Sayyed Qutb.8 This particular trend of thought is interesting because in the Muslim world, it lies at the basis of some of the most challenging oppositions to the diffusion of the values originating from the West. ขึ้นอยู่กับคุณค่าทางศาสนา, this trend elaborated a political model alternative to liberal democracy. Broadly speaking, the conception of democracy included in this Islamic political model is procedural. มีความแตกต่างบางอย่าง, this conception is inspired by democratic theories advocated by some constitutionalists and political scientists.10 It is thin and minimalist, up to a certain point. เช่น, it does not rely on any notion of popular sovereignty and it does not require any separation between religion and politics. The first aim of this paper is to elaborate this minimalist conception. We make a detailed restatement of it in order to isolate this conception from its moral (ใจกว้าง) รากฐาน, which are controversial from the particular Islamic viewpoint considered here. จริง, the democratic process is usually derived from a principle of personal autonomy, ซึ่งไม่ได้รับรองโดยเหล่านี้อิสลาม theories.11 ที่นี่, we show that such principle is not necessary to justify a democratic process.
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