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Sharifpour M, Kordlouie M. Credit rating and validity of medical narratives. Quran and Medicine 2023; 7 (4) :34-43
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1- Assistant Professor, Department of Education, Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran.
2- Assistant Professor, Department of Education, Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran (Corresponding Author). , m.kordlouoe@gmail.com
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Referring to hadiths in understanding religious is a familiar practice in religious thought from the very beginning of Islam. Muslim scholars referred to hadiths to understand the depth of religion.
Therefore, when it comes to benefiting from hadiths in a specific field of knowledge such as medicine, using them in a meaningful way is of particular importance and necessity of an expert look at the issue is raised. Nowadays, due to the general popularity and extreme approaches to traditional and Islamic medicine, we are witnessing the occurrence of unfortunate consequences in the field of public health. Which can create doubt in all religious propositions; Although the approach of scholars is faced whit different medical traditions, but the majority of Muslim scholars consider it necessary to present the narration on the rules of criticizing and refining the hadith. And considering the many changes and complexities that exist in this type of narratives, it is necessary to review them by experts.
In this article, by examining the point of view of hadith scholars, the documentary and textual bases of the validity of medical traditions have been examined and in the documentary validity of medical narrations, Islamic scholars agree on the acceptance of frequent medical narrations that are subject to evidence of authenticity in the authenticity of medical narrations that are not subject to evidence that are narrated by reliable sources like other narrations, they are divided into two categories and they disagree. Considering the experimental nature of the subject of medicine the criterion of non-contradiction with experience and scientific findings is particularly important among the general criteria of text criticism. we also mentioned some of the criteria in the external review the criteria that can be helpful in solving the complexities of this category of narrations, such as measuring the authenticity of narrations and books and examining the health of the narration in terms of distortion and correction, intersection and quoting in meaning.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2022/11/30 | Accepted: 2023/03/16

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