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A History of Islamic Law (eBook)

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ISBN13: 9780748696499
ISBN: 0748605142
Published: July 1994
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: eBook (ePub)
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This reissue describes the complete history of Islamic jurisprudence from its origins, through the Medieval period, to modern times. The work demonstrates how, although religious law lies at the heart of Islamic culture, Islamic states have recently modified the law to meet society's changing values. The author considers the problems of such legal reform, referring to a wide variety of substantive legal rules and institutions.

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Subjects:
eBooks, Islamic Law
Contents:
Introduction: the role of legal history in Muslim jurisprudence.
Part 1 The genesis of Shari'a law: Qu'ranic legislation; legal practice in the 1st century of Islam; the early schools of law; Muhammed Ibn-Idris ash Shafi; concluding stages of growth.
Part 2 Legal doctrine and practice in medieval Islam: the practical theory of law; unity and diversity of Shari'a law; sectarian legal systems in Islam; Islamic government and Shari'a law; Islamic society and Shari'a law.
Part 3 Islamic law in modern times: foreign influences - the reception of European laws; administration of Shari'a law in contemporary Islam; Taqlid and legal reform; neo-Ijtihad. Conclusion: religious law and social progress in contemporary Islam.