"Philosophy of Falsehood" A Research Review in the Light of Selected Qur'anic Interpretations

"فلسفہ کذب" منتخب قرآنی تفاسیر کی روشنی میں تحقیقی جائزہ


  • Zubair Tayyab Director Hira Institute of Social Sciences




Philosophy of Falsehood, Qur'anic Interpretations, Islamic theology


The "Philosophy of Falsehood" explores the intricate relationship between falsehood, perception, and truth within the context of selected Qur'anic interpretations. This research review delves into the philosophical underpinnings of falsehood as discussed in various Islamic commentaries, seeking to unravel the multifaceted dimensions of deception and its implications on human understanding. Drawing upon a diverse array of Qur'anic verses, the study critically examines the nuanced perspectives on falsehood and its consequences, considering the impact of distorted perceptions on moral and ethical frameworks. Moreover, the research highlights the dynamic interplay between falsehood and truth, shedding light on the transformative potential of discerning reality amidst misleading appearances. By synthesizing insights from classical and contemporary interpretations, the article aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the philosophical discourse surrounding falsehood in the Qur'an. This research review contributes to a deeper understanding of the Philosophy of Falsehood within Islamic theology, emphasizing the relevance of discernment and ethical considerations in navigating the complexities of truth and deception.