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  • The Oxford handbook of Islamic theology
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  • Språk: Engelsk
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  • 297.2 O
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  • 2016
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  • The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology provides a comprehensive and authoritative survey of the current state of the field. It provides a variegated picture of the state of the art and at the same time suggests new directions for future research. Part One covers the various strands of Islamic theology during the formative and early middle periods, rational as well as scripturalist. To demonstrate the continuous interaction among the various theological strands and its repercussions (during the formative and early middle period and beyond), Part Two offers a number of case studies. Part Three covers Islamic theology during the later middle and early modern periods. Part Four addresses the impact of political and social developments on theology through a number of case studies. Part Five considers Islamic theological thought from the end of the early modern to the modern period.
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  • 0-19-175692-X
  • 9780198816607
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*505  $tOrigins of Kalam /$rAlexander Treiger --$tThe Early Qadariyya /$rSteven C. Judd --$tJahm b. Safwan (d. 128/745-46) and the 'Jahmiyya' and Dirar b. Amr (d. 200/815) /$rCornelia Schok --$tEarly Shi'i theology /$rMohammed Ali Amir-Moezzi --$tExcursus I: Christian Theological Thought during the First Abbasid Century /$rSidney H. Griffith --$tThe Origins of the Mu'tazila /$rRacha el-Omari --$tThe Early Mu'tazilites /$rDavid Bennett --$tThe Shi'i Reception of Mu'tazilism (II) /$rHassan Ansari, Sabine Schmidtke --$tEarly Ibadi Theology /$rWilferd Madelung --$tThe predecessors of Ash'arism: Ibn Kullab, al-Muhasibi and al-Qalanisi /$rHarith Bin Ramli --$tKarramiyya /$rAron Zysow --$tScripturalist and Traditionalist Theology /$rBinyamin Abrahamov --$tHanafi Theological Tradition and Maturidism /$rUlrich Rudolph --$tPhilosophical theology /$rPeter Adamson --$tIsma'ili Theology /$rDaniel De Smet --$tSufi Theological Thought /$rMartin Nguyen --$tUngodly Cosmologies /$rPatricia Crone --$tOccasionalism /$rUlrich Rudolph --$tAbu Hashim al-Jubba'i's (d. 321/933) Theory of 'States' (ahwal) and its Adaption by Ash'arite Theologians /$rJan Thiele --$tTheories of Ethical Value in Kalam: A New Interpretation /$rAyman Shihadeh --$tTheology and Logic /$rKhaled El-Rouayheb --$tTheology Engages With Philosophy: al-Ghazali's Tahafut al-falasifa and Ibn al-Malahimi's Tuhfat al-mutakallimin fi l-radd 'ala l-falasifa /$rFrank Griffel --$tTwelver Shiʿite Theology /$rReza Pourjavady, Sabine Schmidtke --$tZaydi theology in Yemen /$rHassan Ansari, Sabine Schmidtke, Jan Thiele --$tHandbooks in the Tradition of Later Eastern Ash'arism /$rHeidrun Eichner --$tLater Ash'arism in the Islamic West /$rDelfina Serrano Ruano --$tExcursus IV: The Coptic and Syriac Receptions of Neo-Ash'arite Theology /$rGregor Schwarb --$tTheology in the Ottoman Lands /$rM. Sait Ozervarli --$tIslamic Theology in the Indian Subcontinent /$rAsad Q. Ahmed, Reza Pourjavady --$tHanbali Theology /$rJon Hoover --$tal-Ma'mun (r. 198/813-218/833) and the mihna /$rNimrod Hurvitz --$tThe mihna of Ibn 'Aqil (d. 513/1119) and the fitnat Ibn al-Qushayri (d. 514/1120) /$rLivnat Holtzman --$tThe Religious Policy of the Almohads /$rMaribel Fierro --$tInterpretations of Ashʿarism and Maturidism in Mamluk and Ottoman Times /$rLutz Berger --$tMain Trends of Islamic Theological Thought from the Late Nineteenth Century to Present Times /$rRotraud Wielandt --$tStriving for a New Exegesis of the Qur'an /$rJohanna Pink.
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