Orhan Jasic

Orhan Jasic
University of Sarajevo | UNSA · Faculty of Islamic Studies

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D) and Doctor of Theology (Th. D.)

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Orhan Jašić was born in 1984 (Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina). He studied Theology at the Faculty of Islamic Studies, the University of Sarajevo, where he earned his BA degree in 2007, his MA degree in 2012 (Dogmatics and Comparative religions), and finally his doctoral degree (ThD) in 2016. Orhan Jašić also earned a doctoral degree (PhD) in Philosophy at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, the University of Zagreb (Croatia) in 2015. He is the author of one book and many research artic

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Artificial intelligence is a challenge for many scientists and researchers today. On the one hand, the development of artificial intelligence can be beneficial for people as it can significantly facilitate their daily lives and jobs. On the other hand, there is the fear that we will not succeed in developing "friendly artificial intelligence" and t...
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Animal Endowment in the Muslim Culture-Theological Moral Reflection The first part of the text briefly presents the understanding of the phenomenon of Waqf (religious foundation, endowment) in the Muslim tradition. Then a typology of the Waqf into human and eco endowment was made. The latter can be further divided into phyto-endowment (i.e. plant...
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U prvom dijelu rada ukratko je predstavljen životni put teologa, sufije i muderrisa (profesora) Selima Samija Jašara iz Vučitrna (Kosovo). Iako je napisao nekoliko dijela iz teologije, u ovome radu osvrnuli smo se na veoma zanimljivo kazivanje Razgovor sa svrakom, koje je na naš jezik preveo profesor Fejzulah Hadžibajrić. U tome tekstu u formi dija...
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U prvome dijelu rada prezentiran je pojam tradicija muslimana na temelju kojeg se derivira vjersko-teološko razumijevanje dijaloga. Iz toga razloga, je u nastavku članka, u jednom obuhvatnijem kontekstu, pozicioniran i artikuliran naznačeni pojam iz perspektive teologije morala (ʼIlm al-Ahlāq), prema kojem se pod dijalogom može razumijeti i doživlj...
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Ideja srodstva cjelokupne prirode nije bila ekskluzivno italska paradigma, nego se njeni tragovi mogu pronaći i u jonskoj tradiciji. Anaksagora je usvojio općerašireno gledište da je život najprije nastao iz vlage, topline i nečeg zemljolikog tj. zemljanog, a kasnije su se živa bića rađala jedna od drugih. On je pretpostavljao da se u svemu što se...
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U okviru Univerziteta u Sarajevu egzistiraju dva teološka fakulteta, Fakultet islamskih nauka i Katolički bogoslovni fakultet. Obje visokoobrazovne institucije dugo vremena nisu bile u sastavu navedenog sveučilišta, budući da su obitavale isključivo pod okriljem religijskih institucija. Na navedenim fakultetima izučavaju se, pored teoloških, i svje...
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Ibn Rushd represents the pinnacle of classical Arab-Islamic philosophy. The paper deals with the issue of Latin Averroism, which entails the reception and characteristic interpretation of Ibn Rushd's works in the West, at the heart of which is the theory of "double truth". Based on the analysis of the work Fasl al-maqal, the incompatibility of the...
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Kremiranje pokojnika – bioetički, vjerski, javnozdravstveni i zdravstveno ekološki pristup
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The beginning of this paper defines the notion of bioethical sensibility, and its place in a practical philosophy. What follows are the philosophical aspirations of Pythagoras of Samos and his disciples and followers. Particular attention is directed to the universally known fact that Pythagoras first brought to Greece learning that every born livi...
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At the center of the research of the authors' study is the phrase 'quality of life', which they, at first, consider at a theoretical level and from a perspective of its potential adequate scope of thinking. Generally speaking, the concept of quality of life is used to evaluate general well-being of individuals, but also of societies. The authors st...
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SAžETAK Uvod: Alkoholizam je jedan od gorućih problema suvremene civilizacije, a samim time ističe se i kao problem među studentskom populacijom. Kvaliteta života danas se najčešće procje-njuje u fizičkom, duhovnom, materijalnom i okolišnom blagostanju. Religioznost je oduvijek bila dio sustava vrijednosti u ljudskom životu. Cilj rada: Istražiti al...

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The purpose of the Action is to provide a transnational and interdisciplinary approach capable of overcoming the segmentation that currently characterizes the study of relations between Christianity and Islam in late medieval and early modern Europe and the Mediterranean. Over the last thirty years, some separate geographic and academic areas have been defined in this research field: the Iberian Peninsula, Italy, Central Europe and the Balkans, and Greece and the different islands of the Mediterranean. These different geographical areas have been analysed in isolation and have been further disjointed in a scientific context defined by the separation of disciplines and chronologies. The intention of the Action is to mitigate this academic distortion by creating a common space for scientific exchange and reflection. This space will involve institutions from 26 different European and Mediterranean countries as well as 59 senior and junior researchers coming from different disciplines (history, history of art, philology, anthropology, social sciences, history of the science, politics, etc.). The creation of this network will help to provide a comprehensive understanding of past relations between Christianity and Islam in the European context through the addressing of three main research problems: otherness, migration and borders. Beyond the strictly academic realm, the Action also aims to revive diversity and Euro-Mediterranean relations in education, at a moment when Europe is at a cultural and political crossroads.