“The Impact of Intentional Interpretation on individual Conduct”


  • Zahra Akhavan Sarraf
  • Suhad Mohmmed Kadhim


Intentional interpretation, individual conduct, the effect of intentional interpretation, the effect of interpretation on conduct


According to our belief in the Qur'an, there are purposes for this book that it wants to achieve through its knowledge and rulings. Paying attention to this matter guides us to the duty of the interpreter, which is to interpret the verses in the light of the objectives and in the way of obtaining them. Some of exegetes and commentators have enumerated several general purposes, including the reform of belief, the refinement of morals Legislation of rulings, the policy of the nation, urging to follow the example of the good conditions of previous nations and considering the consequences of their corruption, teaching, exhortation, warning, glad tidings, and warning of the miraculousness of the Qur’an; And they prepared objectives related to special topics. intentional interpretation is a type of interpretation of the Qur’an among Muslims, revealing the meanings and purposes for which the Qur’an was revealed, and looking at the meanings of the words of the Holy Qur’an and expanding their linguistic connotations, with a statement of the ruling and the objectives for which the Qur’an was revealed. and this type of interpretation is of great importance In knowing and highlighting the purposes of the Qur’an, which helps to understand and reflect well on it. The current study under the title “The Impact of Intentional Interpretation on Human Conduct” is concerned with this task through its search for the nature of intentional interpretation and then examining the verses to reveal the influencing intentions on human conduct. It follows from the research that the purposes of the Qur’an in the aspect of individual conduct may be in the relationship between the servant and the Lord, which is repentance and seeking forgiveness in all its aspects and aspects, faith in meeting God and knowing the difficulty of man’s path to Him, and conduct between fear and hope, and awareness of the remembrance of God and contact and permanence. And it may be in reforming, patience as etiquette of conduct and as a key to chastity