Centre for Islamic Legislation and Ethics produces Open Access Journal

The Research Center for Islamic Legislation and Ethics (CILE) announces the publishing of the second volume of its “Journal of Islamic Ethics” (JIE) in collaboration with Brill publishers. CILE, the centre for Islamic Legislation and Ethics hoped to provide an Open Access journal that focuses on the ethical approaches embedded in Islamic philosophy, theology, mysticism and jurisprudence as well as Islamic civilization in general – and their intersection with applied fields like ArtsBioethicsEconomicsEducationEnvironmentGenderMediaMethodologyMigration & Human RightsPolitics and Psychology.

About The Centre for Islamic Legislation and Ethics

The aim of the centre is to produce, apply, recommend and disseminate Islamic ethical thought and research by engaging scholars of Text and scholars of context to bring about a leading credible school of thought with transformative impact. The Journal is open to all voices, regardless of their specific positions or backgrounds, with a keen interest in making seminal contributions to the fields listed above so if you are interested in contributing, contact CILE at info@thesilverline.org.uk.



Brills Journal of Islamic Ethics covers important Islamic Ethical topics such as:

Quranic Ethics and Islamic Law – By: Khaled Abou El Fadl

Domestic Violence and Islamic Tradition- ByAyesha S. Chaudhry

Both featured in Volume 1 of the Journal of Islamic Ethics  here.

Democracy and Islam- By: Mohammad Fadel

and Marriage in Islamic traditions- By: Mulki Al-Sharmani

Both featured in Volume 2 of the  Journal of Islamic Ethics here

For more information on the centre, visit their website here where you can read further articles written on topics such as those mentioned above.


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