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  1. Moral Rationalism and Shari'a

    Independent Rationality in Modern Shi'i Usul al-Fiqh

    By Ali Reza Bhojani

    Series: Culture and Civilization in the Middle East

    Moral rationalism and Shari'a is the first attempt at outlining the scope for a theological reading of Shari'a, based on a critical examination of why 'Adliyya theological ethics have not significantly impacted Shi'i readings of Shari'a. Within Shi'i works of Shari 'a legal theory (usul al-fiqh)...

    To Be Published March 29th 2015 by Routledge

  2. Muhammad

    Edited by Andreas Goerke

    Series: Critical Concepts in Religious Studies

    Muhammad, the prophet of Islam, is undoubtebly one of the most influential persons in history. He is not only the founder of one of the world religions, but has served as a role model for Muslims throughout history. The records of his deeds and sayings are among the most important sources in...

    To Be Published June 14th 2015 by Routledge

  3. Ibn Al-Arabi and Islamic Intellectual Culture

    From Mysticism to Philosophy

    By Caner K Dagli

    Series: Routledge Sufi Series

    This book explores the relationship between mysticism and philosophy in Islamic intellectual life by tracing the history of the concept of “oneness of being” (wa?dat al-wujud) in the school of Ibn al-?Arabi. The book explores how the conceptual language used by early mystical writers became...

    To Be Published July 14th 2015 by Routledge

  4. Contemporary Philosophical Theology

    By Chad Meister, Charles Taliaferro

    To Be Published September 30th 2015 by Routledge

  5. Islamic Ethics

    Edited by Tariq Ramadan

    Series: Critical Concepts in Islamic Studies

    There is no specific Arabic term for the Greek notion of 'Ethics'. Two Arabic words are usually used in relation to 'morality' or 'ethics' in the Islamic tradition: 'akhlaq' and 'adab'. Both are referring to principles, defining what is good and what is bad, as well as determining the objectives...

    To Be Published October 30th 2015 by Routledge

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