Ibn 'Aqil: Religion and Culture in Classical Islam

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Ādāb: Ibn Mufliḥ, al-Ādāb ash-shar'īya wa 'l-mina'ḥ al-mar'īya, 3 vols. Cairo: al-Manār Press, 1348-9/ 1929-30.
Adhkiya': Ibn al-Jauzi, Kitāb al-Adhkiyā'. Cairo: Maimanīya Press, 1306/ 1888-9.
Affaire. G. Makdisi, 'Nouveaux détails sur l'affaire d'Ibn 'Aqīl', MLM, vol. III. Damascus-Paris: PIFD, 1957.
Akhbār. Ibn al-Jauzī, Akhbār aṣ-ṣifāt, Istanbul MS ehit Ali 1561. An edition and translation of this manuscript, with Introduction and Notes, is being prepared by M.L. Swartz.
A'lām: Ziriklī, al-A'lām: Qāmūs tarājim li-ashhar ar-rijāl wa 'n-nisā' min al-'Arab wa 'l- musta'ribīn wa 'l-mustashriqīn, 9 vols., 4 suppls. Beirut, 1389-90/ 1969-70.
Ashā'ira: Ibn 'Aqīl, ar-Radd 'alā 'l-ashā'ira al-'uzzāl wa-ithbāt al-arf wa 'ṣ-ṣaut ft kalām al-Kabīr al-Muta'āl (see Opuscules).
Ash'art. G. Makdisi, "'Ash'arī and the Ash'arites in Islamic Religious History'", in SI, XVII ( 1962), 37-80, XVIII ( 1963), 19-39.
Badā'i': Ibn Qaiyim al-Jauzīya, Badā'i' al-fawā'id, 4 vols. Cairo: al-Munīrīya Press, n.d.
Bakrī. Ibn Taimīya, Talkhīs Kitāb al-Istighātha al-ma'rūf bi 'r-Radd 'ald 'l-Bakrī ( Cairo: Salafīya Press, 1346/ 1927-8), with Ikhnā'ī on the margins.
Bayān: Ibn Taimīya, Bayān muwāfaqat ṣarīḥ al-manqūl li-ṣaḥīḥ al-manqūl, on the margins of Minhāj, 4 vols. Cairo: Būlāq, 1321/ 1903.
Bāzī. Ibn al-Jauzī, al-Bāzi 'l-ashhab al-munqaḍ'alā mukhālifī al-madhhab, Baghdad MS of the Madrasa Qādirīya, no number.
Beiträge. M. Schreiner, "'Beitrage zur Geschichte der theologischen Bewegungen im Islam'", in ZDMG, LII, 528ff.
Bewegungen: I. Goldziher, "'Zur Geschichte der hanbalitischen Bewegungen'", in ZDMG, LXII ( 1908), 1-28.
Bidāya: Ibn Kathīr, al-Bidāya wa 'n-nihāya 't-tārīkh, 14 vols. Cairo: as-Sa'āda Press, 1358/ 1939.
Bologna: G. Makdisi, 'Baghdad, Bologna, and Scholasticism', in Centres of Learning: Learning and Location in Pre-Modern Europe and the Near East, ed. J. W. Drijvers and A. A. MacDonald. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1995, 141-57.
BSOAS: Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies.
Censure. G. Makdisi, "Ibn Qudāma's Censure of Speculative Theology" (see Taḥrīm).
Concordance. Concordance et indices de la tradition musulmane, A. J. Wensinck et al., 7 vols. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1936-69.
Corporation: G. Makdisi, "'La corporation à l'époque classique de l'Islam'". in Présence, 35-49; and in Essays, 193-209.
Delusions: D. S. Margoliouth, 'The Devil's Delusions by Ibn al-Jauzī' in IC, IX-XII ( 1935-8), XIX-XXII ( 1945-8).
Dhail: Ibn Rajab, Dhail 'alā abaqāt al-anābila, vol. I (only volume published), ed. H. Laoust and S. Dahan. Damascus: PIFD, 1951.


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