The Origins of Islamic Jurisprudence: Meccan Fiqh Before the Classical Schools
The current view among Western scholars of Islam concerning the early development of Islamic jurisprudence was shaped by Joseph Schacht's famous study on the subject published fifty years ago. Since then new sources became available which make a critical review of his theories possible and desirable. This volume uses one of these sources to reconstruct the development of jurisprudence at Mecca, virtually unknown until now, from the beginnings until the middle of the second Islamic century. New methods of analysis are developed and tested in order to date the material contained in the earliest compilations of legal traditions more properly. As a result the origins of Islamic jurisprudence can be dated much earlier than claimed by Schacht and his school.
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Though ostensibly about early Islamic Law, this work presents the clearest outline of the development of skepticism towards the Hadith among Western scholars and the inaccuracy of their hypotheses ... Read full review
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New Sources for the History of the Beginnings
The Sources of the Work
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The Results of the Test of Genuineness
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Characteristics of Amr Ibn Dinars Legal
Ibn Jurayjs Iraqi Sources
Ibn Jurayjs Syrian Sources
Ibn Jurayjs Anonymous Traditions
Amr Ibn Dmar
The Source Value of the Biographical Material
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The Beginnings of Islamic Jurisprudence
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