The Princeton Encyclopedia of Islamic Political Thought

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A’azz ma Yutlab (The most precious that is sought after) (Ibn Tumart), 242
Aba Island, 323
‘Abbas b. ‘Abd al-Muttalib
Abbasids and, 2
Abu Bakr and, 13
Muhammad and, 369
Abbas Hilmi II, 12
‘Abbas I (Safavid ruler), 1. See also Iran; Safavids
astrology and, 47
Mir Damad and, 47, 348
Safavids and, 47, 481
Abbasids, 1–2. See also Baghdad; Umayyads
‘Abd al-Hamid and, 2
abdication and, 7–8
Abu Yusuf and, 15–16
administrative system of government and, 204
authority and, 51–52
Buyids and, 79
caliphal succession and, 84
coinage and, 102
commerce and, 553
constitutionalism and, 112
courts and, 286
genealogy and, 190
Ghazali and, 191
governance and, 197
government and, 202
holy places and, 221
household and, 224
human rights and, 226
imamate and, 248
international relations and, 258
jihad and, 277
jizya and, 283
judges and, 285
judicial function of government and, 203
Kharijis and, 294
libertarianism and, 317
Mahdi and, 323
Malik b. Anas and, 326
Ma‘mun and, 328–329
Mawardi and, 331
messianism and, 338
monarchy and, 361
Mu‘tazilis and, 383
oath of allegiance and, 401
police and, 427
propaganda and, 431
revolution and, 471
Shi‘ism and, 511
succession and, 525–526
Sufism and, 528
Syria and, 537
trade and, 553
Transoxiana and, 561
‘ulama’ and, 575
usurpation and, 583
‘Abd al-‘Aziz Al Sa‘ud. See Ibn Sa‘ud
‘Abd al-‘Aziz b. Baz, 486
‘Abd al-Bari, Mawlana, Khilafat movement and, 295
‘Abd al-Hamid al-Katib b. Yahya al-‘Amiri, 2–3. See also Ibn al-Muqaffa’; Mirrors for Princes; Umayyads
advice and, 16
caliphate and, 85
‘Abd al-Hamid b. Badis. See Ibn Badis
‘Abd al-Jabbar
on miracles, 433
al-Mughni fi Abwab al-Tawhid wa-l-‘Adl (The chapters on God’s oneness and justice), 176
Sharh al-Usul al-Khamsa (Commentary on the five fundamental principles), 433
Tathbit Dala’il al-Nubuwwa (Confirming the evidences of prophecy), 434
‘Abd al-Jabbar, al-Qadi, 176
al-Mughni fi Abwab al-Tawhid wa-l‘Adl (The chapters on God’s oneness and justice), 176
‘Abd al-Karim, Khalil, 469
‘Abdallah b. ‘Umar, 109
‘Abdallah b. ‘Abbas
in Battle of the Camel, 109
government and, 199
‘Abdallah b. al-Hasan, 326
‘Abdallah b. al-Mubarak. See Ibn al-Mubarak
‘Abdallah b. al-Muqaffa’. See Ibn al-Muqaffa’
‘Abdallah b. al-Zubayr. See Ibn al-Zubayr
‘Abdallah b. Jahsh, 82
‘Abdallah b. Mas‘ud, 161
‘Abdallah b. Qadi ‘Abd al-Salam, 518
‘Abdallah b. Saba’, 584
‘Abdallah b. Ubayy, hypocrisy and, 228
‘Abdallah b. ‘Umar al-Baydawi, 161
‘Abdallah b. Wahb. See Ibn Wahb
‘Abdallah b. Yasin al-Jazuli, 35
‘Abdallah b. Yazid b. Hurmuz, 326
‘Abdallah II (king of Jordan), 284
‘Abd al-Mahalli, Dan Fodio and, 125
‘Abd al-Majid II (Ottoman sultan), 82
‘Abd al-Malik b. Marwan
coinage and, 102
Companions of the Prophet and, 109
in history of caliphates, 81
Mecca siege and, 100
pilgrimage and, 417
‘Umar b. ‘Abd al-‘Aziz and, 579
Umayyads and, 582
‘Abd al-Mu’min
Almohads and, 34
Ibn Tumart and, 242
‘Abd al-Qadir al-Jaza’iri, 3–4. See also Algeria; North Africa
colonialism in Algeria and, 103–104
in North Africa, 397
‘Abd al-Qahir al-Jurjani, masses and, 330–331
‘Abd al-Rahman b. Muljam al-Muradi, 8, 365
‘Abd al-Raziq, ‘Ali, 5–7
on caliphate, 85
government and, 205
international relations and, 259
al-Islam wa-Usul al-Hukm (Islam and the principles of governance), 5–6, 85, 243, 490
jurisprudence and, 290
liberalism of, 315
reform and, 469
secularism and, 490
‘Abd al-Razzaq b. Hammam al-San‘ani, 402

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • Alphabetical List of Entries xxi
  • Topical List of Entries xxv
  • Contributors xxix
  • A 1
  • B 60
  • C 80
  • D 125
  • E 141
  • F 164
  • G 189
  • H 211
  • I 230
  • J 268
  • K 292
  • L 313
  • M 320
  • N 385
  • O 401
  • P 404
  • Q 440
  • R 457
  • S 480
  • T 539
  • U 573
  • V 587
  • W 592
  • Y 600
  • Z 603
  • Index 607
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