qBringing together essays on topics related to Islamic law, this book is composed of articles by prominent legal scholars and historians of Islam. The authors cover a wide swath of issues, ranging from a detailed examination of Shi'i traditions governing legal interpretations about everyday affairs like prayer to the intellectual exchanges between Jewish and Muslim scholars of medieval Islamic tradition on works of logic. Taken together, these articles develop key inquiries concerning Islamic law in unique ways. They also exemplify a critical development in the field of Islamic Studies over the last few years: the proliferation of methodological approaches that employ a broad variety of sources to analyze social and political developments. q--YA II 1214, f. 100a has a heading in the upper margin, awa-hadha l-jadwal, a while the rest of the page is left blank. F. 104a ends with an announcement ofa chart to be presented on the next page (I f. ... i) with some space below being left free.
|Title||:||Law and Tradition in Classical Islamic Thought|
|Author||:||Michael Cook, Najam Haider, Intisar Rabb, Asma Sayeed|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2013-01-08|