Mohammad Ali Shomali
As part of The Islamic Reference Series
Islamic Reference Series offers a scholarly study of main aspects of the Islamic thought. Bringing together the classic texts and contemporary writings, each volume provides original and engaging coverage of its subject.
– A Glance at the History of the Shi’ite Ethics
– A General Scheme of Ethics in Shi’i Islam
– Moral System of Islam
– Major Values in the Qur’an
– The Concept of Love in Islam
– Self-Interest in Islamic Ethics
– Theocentric Ethics in Islam
– The Relation between Religion and Ethics
– Faith and Morality in Islam and Christianity
Mohammad Ali Shomali is a graduate of the Islamic Seminaries of Qum and has also BA and MA in western philosophy from the University of University of Manchester. His publications include: Self-Knowledge (1996 & 2006), Ethical Relativism: An Analysis of the Foundations of Morality (2001), Shi’a Islam: Origins, Faith and Practises (2003) and Islam: Doctrines, Practices & Morals (2007). He is a co-editor of Catholics & Shi’a in Dialogue: Studies in Theology & Spirituality (2004), Catholic-Shi’a Engagement: Reason & Faith in Theory and Practice (2006) and Catholic-Shi’a Dialogue: Ethics in Today’s Society (2008).