Ibn 'Aqil: Religion and Culture in Classical Islam

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INDEX
Abbreviations used for names: A. = Aḥmad; 'A. = 'Alī; AA. = 'Abd Allāh; 'AR. = 'Abd ar- Raḥmān; 'A = 'Abd (when immediately followed by a capital letter of the alphabet, for example 'AAzīz, 'AMalik, 'AMuṭṭalib, and so on); a. = Abū; b. = Ibn; b. a. = Ibn Abī; Ḥ. = Ḥasan; Ḥu. = Ḥusain; Ibr. = Ibrāhīm; Ism. = Ismā'īl; M. = Muḥammad; Q. = Qāsim; Sul. = Sulaimān; 'U. = 'Umar; 'Uth. = 'Uthmān; 'UAllāh = 'Ubaid Allāh; Ya. = Yaḥyā; Yū. = Yūsuf.Not considered in the alphabetical arrangement are: the definite article, al-, ar-, as-and so on, and elided, 'l, 'r-, 's-and so on; b. for ibn; the letter 'ain ('); the hamza (ʼ); letters or words following the first comma or hyphen, or in parentheses.
Aaron, 177, 221
' Abd Allāh b. 'AR. Abā Buṭain an-Najdī (d. 1282/ 1865), 213
'Abd Allāh b. Ja'far b. a. Ṭ ālib b. 'AMuṭṭib al-Hāshimī al-Qurashī (d. 80/ 700), Companion, 176
'Abd Allāh b. al-Mubārak b. al-Ḥ. al- 528/ 1134), 45
'Abd Allāh b. Muḥammad b. 'AWahhāb b. Sul. b. 'Alī, 213
'Abd Allāh b. Naṣr al-Baiyi', 187
'Abd Allāh b. at-Tabbān see Muḥammad b. 'Abd al-Bāqī
'Abd Allāh b. az-Zubair b. al-'Auwām al- Qurashī al-Asadī, a. Bakr (d. 73/ 692), 175
' Abd al-'Azīz b. Yaḥyā al-Kinānī al-Makkī (d. 240/ 854), 9
'Abd al-Ḥaqq b. 'AKhāliq al-Yūsufī, a 'l- Ḥu. (d. 575/ 1179), 44
'Abd al-Jabbār b. A. b. 'AJabbār al- Hamadhānī al-Asadābādī, Qādī (d. 415/ 1025), 10, 11, 20, 76-9, 81, 91, 151 n.37
'Abd al-Malik b. Aḥmad b. 'A. al-Ya'qūbī, a. 'l-Karam (d. 550/ 1155), 45
'Abd al-Malik b. Marwān (caliphate. 65-86/ 685-705), 170-1
'Abd al-Qādir al-Jiīlānī, 'AQādir b. a. Ṣālih b. 'AA. al-Jīlī (d. 561/ 1166), 216
'Abd al-Qāhir al-Baghdādī, a. Manṣūr 'AQāhir b. Ṭ āhir b. M. at-Tamīmī al-Isfarā'inī (d. 429/ 1037), 10, 76- 9,81
'Abd al-Qais b. Afṣā b. Da'mi (pre-Islamic), 239
'Abd ar-Raḥmān b. Ḥasan b. Muḥammad b. 'Abd al-Wahhāb an-Najdī (d. 1285/ 1869), 213
'Abd aṣ-Ṣamad, Abū 'l-Qāsim 'Abd aṣ- Ṣamad b. 'Umar b. Muḥammad b. Isḥāaq ad-Dīnawarī al-Wā'iẓ ('The Sermonist') (d. 397/ 1007), 185, 194, 253 n.75
ablutions, ritual, 189, 190; see also obsessive compulsion
Abode of Peace (i.e. Baghdad), 200
Abraham, 201, 225
Abrogating and Abrogated Verses of the Qur'ān, The (by Ibn Hanbal), 179; seeNāsikh
abrogation, 174
Abū 'l-'Abbās Aḥmad al-Barmakī (d. 401/ 1011), 27
Abū 'l-'Abbās al-Qalānisī, 106
Abū 'l-'Abbās b. ash-Shaṭṭī, 34
Abū 'Abd Allāh Ibn Baṭṭasee Ibn Baṭṭa
Abū 'Abd Allāh Ibn Hamidsee Ibn Ḥāmid
Abū 'Abd Allāh b. Mujāhid al-Bāhilī, 105
Abū 'Alīsee Abū 'Alī al-Jubbā'ī
Abū 'Alī b. Abī Mūsāsee Ibn Abī Mūsī
Abū 'Alī Ibn al-Walīdsee Ibn al-Walīd
Abū 'Alī al-Jubbā'ī, Muḥammad b. 'Abd al- Wahhāb b. Sallām (d. 303/ 916), 46, 204
Abū 'Alī Ya'qūb al-Barzabīnīsee Ya'qūb
Abū 'Amr ['Umar?] al-Faqīh, 18, 21, 22, 51 n.38
Abū Bakr 'Abd al-'Azīzsee Ghulām al- Khallāl

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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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