:: Volume 12, Issue 46 (Summer 2021) ::
فصلنامه مطالعات تفسیری 2021, 12(46): 167-186 Back to browse issues page
An Interpretive Study of the Verse of Qawwamiyya Based on the Creational Differences between Men and Women
Mohammad ali Akhaviyan , Amir abbas Mahdavifard, Rahman Zare
Abstract:   (572 Views)
The issue of qawwamiyyat, which is raised in verse 34 of Surah An-Nisa ', has always been the subject of discussion and interpretation by scholars. This article examines the reasonable why of its legislation by examining various perspectives in the field. This Qur'anic approach has always been attacked by those who do not consider the position and role of each man and woman in the system of creation and accuse the Qur'anic teachings of being influenced by the culture of the age of revelation, patriarchy and degrading the status of women, with mainly feminist tendencies based on Western legal principles. They have replaced women. This article, in order to remove the doubts and ambiguities arising from the lack of correct understanding of the verse and relying on Quranic teachings and the opinions of commentators with critical analysis, explains rational, narrative principles and the origin of legislation of the verse and its relationship with the nature of each woman and man. He then explains the relationship between the educational strategy of punishment in case of failure, as a last resort, with the issue of qawwamiyyat, and critiques the views of the commentators who consider the verse to indicate the inherent superiority of men over women.
Keywords: Social Interpretation, Verse 34 of Nisa, Qawwamiyyat, Creational Distinctions between Men and Women.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2020/05/22 | Accepted: 2020/09/20 | Published: 2021/07/19


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