4 edition of Studies on the origins and uses of Islamic Ḥadīth found in the catalog.
Studies on the origins and uses of Islamic Ḥadīth
G. H. A. Juynboll
|Series||Collected studies series -- CS550, Collected studies -- CS550.|
|LC Classifications||BP136 .J892 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
Book review by Jonathan Brown of Analysing Muslim Traditions: Studies in Legal, Exegetical and Maghāzī Ḥadīth. Islamic History and Civilization, vol. 78 by Harald Motzki, Nicolet Boekhoff-van der Voort, Sean W. Anthony, Journal of the American Oriental Society Vol. , No. 3 . Cambridge University Press - The Origins and Evolution of Islamic Law by - Wael B. Hallaq Excerpt Introduction. One of the fundamental features of the so-called modern Islamic resurgence is the call to restore the Sharīʿa, the religious law of Islam.
Adeel Mohammadi. Master of Theological Studies, Harvard Divinity School, JD Candidate, Yale Law School, 1. Introduction. Classical Arabic names can include up to five elements: 1) the ism/ʿalam, or the given name. 2) the kunyah, or the paedonym, e.g. Abū Walīd (the father of Walīd). 3) the nasab, or the lineage/genealogy, e.g. ibn ʿAbd al-Barr (the son of ʿAbd al-Barr). See Brown, Hadith: Muhammad’s Legacy in the Medival and Modern World, p. ; Hallaq, The Authenticity of Prophetic Ḥadīth: a Pseudo-problem, p. 1; Motzki, The Origins of Islamic Jurisprudence, p. 8; idem, Dating Muslim Traditions, p. Al-Sibāʿī, al-Sunnah wa Makānatuhā fī al-Tashrīʿ al-Islāmī, p. For a list of Arabic books written on this subject, see al-Aḥdab, al.
7. Hadith Criticism in the Levant in the Twentieth Century: From ẓāhir al-isnād to ʿilal al-ḥadīth Ahmad Snobar. 8. The Reception and Representation of Western Hadith Studies in Turkish Academe Fatma Kızıl. 9. Can Different Questions Yield the Same Answers? Islamic and Western Scholarship on Shīʿī Narrators in the Sunnī Tradition. Introduction The Concept of sunna and Its Islam,” in Studies on the Origins and Uses of Islamic of the concept ‘authentic Ḥadīth’ and that evaluation of Sunnah compliance with a Author: Adis Duderija.
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Since the beginnings of this century western scholars have become familiar with Ignaz Goldziher's hypothesis concerning canonical hadith literature - that religious literary genre of Islam, second in holiness to the Qur¿an, which allegedly comprises faithful accounts of what the Prophet of Islam said and did.
Goldziher rejected this allegation and maintained that the Hadith rather reflects in. Asma Sayeed's book explores the history of women as religious scholars from the first decades of Islam through the early Ottoman period.
Focusing on women's engagement with hadīth, this book analyzes dramatic chronological patterns in women's hadīth participation in terms of developments in Muslim social, intellectual and legal by: This book investigates the central role of reason in Islamic intellectual life.
Despite widespread characterization of Islam as a system of belief based only on revelation, John Walbridge argues that rational methods, not fundamentalism, have characterized Islamic law, philosophy and education since the medieval by: Ḥadīth (/ ˈ h æ d ɪ θ / or / h ɑː ˈ d iː θ /; Arabic: حديث ḥadīth Arabic pronunciation: pl.
aḥādīth, أحاديث, ʼaḥādīth Arabic pronunciation: [ʔaħadiːθ], also "Traditions") in Islam refers to the record of the words, actions, and the silent approval of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, and within that religion the authority of hadith as a source for.
A senior professor's authority to influence the work of others is mostly exercised through teaching and administrative functions; it becomes public only in grand field-mapping ventures like The Origins and Evolution of Islamic Law—a sort of companion to Wael Hallaq's introduction to Sunni uṣūl al-fiqh, the weightier A History of Islamic Legal Theories (published a decade earlier, also by Cited by: 1.
6 Juynboll, ‘Nāfiʿ, the mawlā of Ibn ʿUmar, and his position in Muslim ḥadīth literature’ in Studies on the Origins and Uses of Islamic Ḥadīth, 7 Juynboll, ‘(Re) Appraisal of some Hadith Technical Terms,’ Islamic Law and Society 8/3 (), Author: Jonathan A.
Brown. Hadith studies (Arabic: علم الحديث ʻilm al-ḥadīth "science of hadith", also science of hadith, or science of hadith criticism or hadith criticism) consist of several religious disciplines used in the study and evaluation of the Islamic hadith — i.e. the record of the words, actions, and the silent approval of the Islamic prophet, Muhammad, by Muslim scholars.
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Book: Islamic Law in Theory: Studies on Jurisprudence in Honor of Bernard Weiss Books, Fiqh & Socitey, Library, Publication This volume is a successor to Studies in Islamic Legal Theory, a compilation edited by Bernard Weiss himself that was well-received among specialists in the field.
Ḥadīth (prophetic tradition), or rather the sunnah (path) of Muḥammad embodied in ḥadīth, is regarded as the authoritative explication of the Qurʿān. The sciences of the Arabic language, from lexicography to grammar to rhetoric, were developed in order to reach an accurate understanding of the Qurʿānic text.
Michael Bonner, Ph.D., Princeton (), is Professor of Medieval Islamic History in the Department of Near Eastern Studies at the University of Michigan. His recent publications include Jihad in Islamic History: Doctrines and Practices (Princeton University Press, ), and Poverty and Charity in Middle Eastern Contexts, co-edited with Amy.
Prior to the canonization of the Ḥadīth corpus, to transmit a book for which one did not have oral/aural transmission was an offence not taken lightly in Ḥadīth circles.
Muḥammad ibn Ṭāhir al-Maqdisī (d. AH) impugned Abū ‘Abd Allah al-Kāmikhī because he transmitted the Musnad of Imām al-Shāfi‘ī from a non- samā. Islamic Studies. Part-time online Islamic Studies at foundational, intermediate and advanced levels.
Foundational level (Level-1) introduces beginners to the foundations of Islamic belief systems and practice. Intermediate level (Level-2) covers Qurʾānic hermeneutics, ḥadīth methodological sciences, and principles of Islamic jurisprudence.
Even though the aim of the book is to reshape the way scholars analyse Islamic legal origins, it is of benefit to anyone interested in expanding their learning about the School of Madina and the great imam whom inherited the knowledge, preserved it, disseminated it and has his name attached to it, Mālik ibn Anas, may Allāh be pleased with by: 9.
Historians and literary critics have published studies about Islamic book culture, drawing on statements preserved in literary sources and paratexts, such as ownership statements and reading certificates, though rarely connecting the literary evidence with the material evidence of the manuscripts and printed books themselves (e.g., the Special.
At the end of his epochal “The Rise and Function of the Holy Man in Late Antiquity,” Peter Brown cites a papyrus text that “sums up both the late antique revolution and its untold consequences.” 1 This document—a bilingual Greek and Arabic protocol from the late first/seventh century—includes the Islamic shahāda, the assertion both of the oneness of God and of Muḥammad's.
He was considered a leading authority in Islamic and Qur’anic studies in the West, despite his criticism of many Orientalists.
As for Riffat Hassan: she proceeds from a prior assumption of the low regard for women in traditional Islamic thought, and attempts to explain the Qur’an using hermeneutics from a purely feminist perspective.
The post above was meant to zero in on Islamic origins from the perspective of M’s possible nonhistoricity. I have yet to have a look at Shoemaker’s book so thanks for the reference, but before I read it I also have several other works I want to read that address the question of M’s existence from scholarly Muslim perspectives.
Studies of hadith in al-Andalus focused more on the study of comprehension and meaning (sharh) of ḥadīth, which give practical benefit and applicable knowledge to the society. View Show abstract. The study of the relics of the Prophet has not received sufficient analysis in modern scholarship. The origin of importance of certain personal objects of these relics, such as the mantle and the staff, has long been dated to the reign of Muʿāwiya and the first/seventh century in : Tayeb El-Hibri.
Education - Education - Aims and purposes of Muslim education: Islam placed a high value on education, and, as the faith spread among diverse peoples, education became an important channel through which to create a universal and cohesive social order.
By the middle of the 9th century, knowledge was divided into three categories: the Islamic sciences, the philosophical and natural sciences.Revision in the Manuscript Age: New Evidence of Early Versions of Ibn The case study in which I will explore the broader theme of revision in the manuscript age is the composition of Ibn and Ibn Ḥajar might have reasonably expected that Muslim scholars would still be debating the origins of a ḥadīth or the phrasing of a chapter Author: Joel Blecher.
It is primarily concerned with Medinese praxis (amal) though it is also a comparative study of early Islamic reasoning; bringing to light the legal reasoning of Māliks Kufan contemporary al-Nuʿmān ibn Thābit Abū Ḥanīfa (d/) as well as that of Muhammad ibn /5.