L'argent de Dieu : contribution à une anthropologie économique des systèmes financiers musulmans

Abstract : AIf we accept, with Max Weber, the power of religious "spiritual obstacles" and the deep interference of Islam in the life -individual and social as well- of Islamic societies, we can wonder about the viability, within theses societies, of financial "western" models, where interest, which is declared as usury by most jurists, plays a pre-eminent role. Conversely, is there an "Islamic financial model" able to constitute, at least for Islamic societies themselves, a credible alternative for multiple deadlocks in which conduct financial models called "conventional" as developed by "the western world?" Can this "model" be only based upon ribâ interdiction? Furthermore, in what thing interest does it constitute ribâ ? Is all interest ribâ ? These are some 6 ones among questions which always haunt all those interested in problems of (under) development in Islam land. It is somewhere at the intersection of those two sets of questions that "Islamic finance" was born. This thesis intends to study, through anthropology tools, economic mechanisms of this phenomenon expression in the context of Mauritania today
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Mohamed Fall Ould-Bah. L'argent de Dieu : contribution à une anthropologie économique des systèmes financiers musulmans. Religions. Université Paul Verlaine - Metz, 2007. Français. ⟨NNT : 2007METZ018L⟩. ⟨tel-01749016⟩

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