Ibn 'Aqil: Religion and Culture in Classical Islam

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
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 Ṣehit 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.
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Ash'art. G. Makdisi, "'Ash'arī and the Ash'arites in Islamic Religious History'", in SI, XVII ( 1962), 37-80, XVIII ( 1963), 19-39.
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Bewegungen: I. Goldziher, "'Zur Geschichte der hanbalitischen Bewegungen'", in ZDMG, LXII ( 1908), 1-28.
Bidāya: Ibn Kathīr, al-Bidāya wa 'n-nihāya fī '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.
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface xiii
  • Part One Ibn 'Aqil: His Life and Times 1
  • Notes to Part One 51
  • Part Two Ibn 'Aqil and Scholaticism 55
  • Notes to Part Two 57
  • Part Three Ibn 'Aqil and Humanism 157
  • Notes to Part Three 159
  • Conclusion 257
  • Bibliography 262
  • Index 269
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