عنوان مقاله [English]
One of the claims against the Qur'an is the lack of social systems, including "economic system" as a specific and systematic epistemic, insightful and scientific organization about the economy in the Qur'an. This article which is organized in a descriptive-analytical and library method, aims to answer this claim and provide a brief presentation about the "Economic System of the Qur'an" and explain it and its scope. The findings show that the Qur'an explained the basics and general frameworks of human sciences due to its comprehensiveness in the field of its mission, i.e. "man's guidance". However, natural sciences, as a prerequisite for progress and prosperity, are placed in the realm of "Quran's demands from humanity" and not the Qur'an's mission. Economic knowledge in its broad sense includes two parts; economics as a science, which deals with cause-and-effect relationship based on experience, refers to the "Qur'an's demand from humanity". The part related to worldview and anthropological foundations, scholastic foundations, economics' law and ethics, as well as the discovery of those cause-and-effect relationships of economic relations that are beyond the scope of human experience and knowledge, are included in the "Qur'an Mission". A case comparison between one of the economy sub-systems as an example shows the superiority of the Qur'an's economic system over the human thought's products.