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Structural Interrelations of Theory and Practice in Islamic Law

A study of six works of medieval islamic jurisprudence

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Studies in Islamic Law and Society - Vol. 27
pp. XX-204, Leiden - Boston
data stampa: 2006
codice isbn: 978900415031

This volume introduces six texts of Islamic jurisprudence, authored by six jurists representing all four Sunni schools of Islamic law (two Ḥanafī, two Shāfiʿī, one Malikī, and one Ḥanbalī), who lived in areas as far apart as Uzbekistan, Iraq, Syria, Gaza (Palestine), Egypt, and Algeria between the tenth and sixteenth centuries CE. My reading of these texts attempts to articulate an underlying structural interrelationship between theoretical and practical legal reasoning in the Islamic juristic tradition. This volume provides an anatomy of Islamic legal reasoning, centered on the basic concepts of human agency, responsibility, rights, legal hermeneutics, extra-textual sources of the law, and basic inquiries, such as the jurisdiction of law in Islam and the relationship between law and government and between law and theology.

Indice:

Acknowledgements  

Glossary of Terms

Prologue

Introduction

Chapter I. Terminology and theoretical frameworks

Takhrij, Usul and Furu

The Sources, Components, and Telos of Usul al-Fiqh

Legal Theory and Legal Philosophy 

Law: Islamic and Non-Islamic


The Question of Genre in Legal Writing

Chapter II. Impressions and Misconceptions in the Study of Islamic Legal History


On the Muslim Perspective


Traditional Approaches to Islamic Legal history and the Mabadi of Usul Al-Fiqh

Ibn Khaldun's Prolegomenon and The Formation of A Modern Muslim History of Islamic Law 

Usul and Furu in Western Academia


Usul and Furu from Two Inadequate Perspectives

Conclusion


Chapter III. An Overview'of Six Takhrij Works


Dabbusi and the Ta'sis


Zanjani and the Takhrij


Tilimsani and the Miftah


Isnaw'i and the Tamhid


Ibn al-Lahham and the Qawa'id


Timurtashi and the Wusul


Conclusion


Chapter IV Agency, Responsibility, and Rights 

Grand Legal Theory Usul Al-Fiqh

GLT Usul Al-Fiqh and Legal Deterrninations in My Sources  

Agency and Responsibility

Rights

Conciusion  

Chapter V. The Usul of Legal Hermeneutics 

The Textual Sources of the Law  

The General Theory of Legal Hermeneutics

Commands and Prohibitions 

Ambiguity

Interpolation 

Particles

A fortiori Analogy


Expressio unius est exclusio ulterius


Determining Preponderance among Conflicting Texts

Conclusion 

Chapter VI. Extra - Textual Sources of the Law

Lost Textual Sources

Juristic Consensus

Rational and Amalgamated Sources of the Law

Utility

Custom

Pre-Muhammadan Laws

Hierarchy among the Sources Revisited

Conclusion

Chapter VII. Unclassifiable Usul

Usul, Theology, and Political Theory: Two Authorities 

The Jurist's Hukm as a Simulacrum of Divinely-Instituted Norms

Court Decisions

Law and Authority 

The Jurisdiction of Islamic law

Legal Maxims (Qawa'id Fiqhiyya)

Definientia

Independent Reasoning


Between Legal Maxims and Kalam 

Conclusion

Chapter VIII. The Furu and Their Interrelation with the Usul

The Scope of the Furu in the Sources of this Study


Hypothetical Questions and the Interrelation of Legal Theory and Practice

Final Remarks on the Multidimensional Connections

Between Legal Theory and Legal Practice

Conclusion  

Conclusion 

Epilogue 

Bibliography


Index

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