Contingency in a Sacred Law: Legal and Ethical Norms in the Muslim Fiqh
BRILL, 1999 - 521 sayfa
This book focuses on the Hanafite school of "fiqh" which originated in the eight century and is, geographically, the most widespread and, numerically, the most important representative of Muslim normativeness. The "fiqh" consists of liturgical, ethical and legal norms derived from the Islamic revelation. The introduction outlines the main boundaries between "fiqh" and theology and follows the modern debate on the comparison between the fiqh and the secularized law of the modern Occident. The core of the book is dedicated to the way in which the "fiqh," in the period between the 10th and the 12th centuries, adapted to changing circumstances of urban and agricultural life (chapters I and II), to the way in which it marked off legal from ethical norms (chapter III), religious from legal status (chapters IV to VI) and legal propositions from religious judgment (chapter VII). The forms in which change of norms was made acceptable is discussed in chapter VIII. The last chapter deals with an attempt of Shi'i scholars in the Islamic Republic of Iran to answer new problems in old forms.
Kullanıcılar ne diyor? - Eleştiri yazın
Her zamanki yerlerde hiçbir eleştiri bulamadık.
The city and its norms
countryside as reflected in the tax system
the case of Damascus in the early nineteenth
Legal norms and social practices
Legal rationality and ethical norms
Property as an institution of social integration
Political authority as foundation of social
al-misr Allgemeinheit andere anderen Ash'ari Ausgleich Ausgleichszahlungen Babarti Bedeutung Begriff beiden Bereich Bindung century Chehata contract daher denen doctrine Droit islamique droit musulman Eigentum fatawa fiir fiqh folio Formen Frage Gemeinwesens Gesellschaft gibt Gottes habe Hanafite Hanafite jurists Hanafite law Hanafite school hanafitischen HaskafT hudud huquq al-'ibad Ibid Ibn Abidin Ibn Abidm Ibn al-Humam Ibn Nugaim iiber Islamic Law islamische islamischen Obrigkeit islamischen Recht isma Jahrhundert Johansen Joseph Schacht jugement juridique Juristen juristische jurists Kasani Kasani VII Kitab klassischen konnen Koran Leben legal person Malikite Marginani métayage mosque Mu'tazilite muftis Muhammad Muslim muslimischen norms obligation Ordnung Ottoman Personen politique politische politischen privaten qadi Qadizadah qu'il radd rechtliche Rechtsanspruch Religion religiosen religious rent Samarqandi Sarahsi sarh Schacht schen siehe Sklaven solehe Staat Strafe Strafrecht Sunna ta'zir Tater témoignages Territorium Theologie Totung town uqubat Verhaltnis VIII voir vorsatzliche waqf XXVI zakat