Come along and experience the finale of the Open Lecture Series for the 2018/2019 academic year as Dr Tareq Moqbel from the University of Westminster gives a lecture on Qur’ānic Narratives as Applied Ethics.
About the lecture
This lecture explores how Qurʾānic narratives (qaṣaṣ) function as tools for exemplifying how moral principles are tested and operationalised in practical situations. It addresses Qurʾānic narratives as occasions for observing how the abstract moral principles are put into practice, with all the accompanying difficulties, struggles, and possible moral dilemmas. The aim of the lecture, therefore, is to bring to the fore those instances within Qurʾānic narratives that allow for such moral reflection, and to present those narratives as practical ethics.
About the speaker
Dr Tareq Moqbel is a Lecturer in Law at the University of Westminster in London.
He teaches various modules on English Law, as well as specialised modules on Islamic Law and Islamic Finance at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Tareq is also a specialist in Qurʾānic exegesis—tafsīr—and the variant readings of the Qurʾān. In addition to his work at Westminster, Tareq is currently conducting further research on Qurʾānic ethics at the Faculty of Divinity in the University of Cambridge.
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