The Islamic School of Law: Evolution, Devolution, and Progress

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Peri J. Bearman, Rudolph Peters, Frank E. Vogel
Islamic Legal Studies Program, Harvard Law School, 2005 - Всего страниц: 300
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The Islamic school of law, or madhhab, is a concept on which a substantial amount has been written but of which there is still little understanding, and even less consensus. This collection of selected papers from the III International Conference on Islamic Legal Studies, held in May 2000 at the Harvard Law School, offers building blocks toward the entire edifice of understanding the complex development of the madhhab, a development that even in the contemporary dissolution of madhhab lines and grouping continues to fascinate. As scholars look to the construction of a new Islamic legal history, these essays inform on the background to madhhab formation, on inter-madhhab polemics and the drive toward legal authority, on madhhab perpetuation and anti-madhhab tendencies, on the constitutional role of the madhhab, on the madhhab's legislative and adjudicative mechanisms, and on the significance of the madhhab in comparative terms. This volume is of value to anyone interested in the nature of Islamic law.

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Alfonso Carmona The Introduction of Maliks Teachings
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Maribel Fierro ProtoMalikis Malikis and Reformed
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Daphna Ephrat Madhhab and Madrasa in EleventhCentury
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Peri Bearman is Associate Director, Islamic Legal Studies Program at Harvard Law School.

Rudolph Peters Professor in the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Amsterdam

Frank E. Vogel is The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Adjunct Professor of Islamic Legal Studies at Harvard Law School.

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