epub A Traditional Mu'tazilite Qur'an Commentary: The Kashshaf of Jar Allah Al-zamakhshari D538/1144 (Texts and Studies on the Qur'an) download
by Andrew J. Lane
an excellent source book for the study of al-Kashshāf, as well as its origins and impact on later generations.
an excellent source book for the study of al-Kashshāf, as well as its origins and impact on later generations. Binyamin Abrahamov in Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam 36 (2009), 573-574. 2003) in Islamic Studies, University of Toronto, teaches coursed in Arabic and Islamitic studies at the University. He has presented and published papers on qur'anic exegesis. He is also interested in questions of Muslim-Christian dialogue. Series: Texts and Studies on the Qur'an (Book 2).
into the impact of the Qur’ān on contemporary Islamic societies; explorations of the origins of the Qur’ān and its . The Kashshāf of Jār Allāh al-Zamakhsharī (. 38/1144). Volume 2. By: Andrew Lane.
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A Traditional Mu'tazil. This book deals with the life and work of Jār Allāh al-Zamakhsharī (d. 538/144). The book is divided into five chapters, supplemented by nine appendices. He has presented and published papers on qur'ānic exegesis.
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Texts and Studies on the Qur˒ān; 2). pp. 456. Lieden and Boston, Brill, 2005. Full text views reflects the number of PDF downloads, PDFs sent to Google Drive, Dropbox and Kindle and HTML full text views. Sabine Schmidtke (a1). Institut für Islamwissenschaft, Berlin, Germany. Abstract views reflect the number of visits to the article landing page.
in Journal of Qur'anic Studies.
Published: 1 October 2006. in Journal of Qur'anic Studies. Journal of Qur'anic Studies, Volume 8, pp 131-134; doi:10.
This book deals with the life and work of JÃ¢r AllÃ¢h al-ZamakhsharÃ® (d. After a chapter on the authorâ€™s life and writings (an annotated list of which is given in an appendix), there follow four chapters that focus on the KashshÃ¢f itself. These deal with the history of the text, its structure and method, the traditions it contains and the sources the author relied on for it.
I selected those verses where anthropomorphisms need clarification as well as verses that are known to be points of contention between the Muʻtazilies and traditionists. I examined and evaluated al-Kashshāf within the dogmatic framework of the five principles (al-uṣūl al-khamsa) which are considered indispensable for a Muʻtazilite identity.
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