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The author aims to review and re-assess the collegws of the conflict between, first, the ‘rationalist’ and the ‘traditional’ theologians the one accepting the influence of Greek philosophy, the other rejecting itand then between one of these traditionalist schools – the Hanbali school of law – and Sufi mysticism.

Ori Rotlevy – – Continental Philosophy Review 50 4: Religion, law, and learning in classical Islam by George Makdisi Book 15 editions published between and in English and French and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide This second selection of articles by George Makdisi concentrates on the schools of religious thought and legal learning in the medieval Islamic world and their defence of ‘orthodoxy’.


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Makdisi’s important work traces the development and organisational structure of learning institutions in Islam, and reassesses scholarship on the origins and growth of the Madrasa. The final section of the book also looks at the structure of legal learning, at the institutions themselves, their organization and the principles upon which they operated.

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Chapter 1, “Institutions,” examines the rise of the schools of law, typology of learning and the law of waqf as it pertains to institutions of collebes. As well as entering the debate over the collegess of corporations and guilds of law in classical Islam – maintaining that they did exist – these articles further suggest links between such institutions and the evolution of universities in the medieval West, and the Inns of Court in England, and discuss the Islamic and Arabic contribution to the concepts of academic amd intellectual freedom and to the development of scholasticism and humanism.

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