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The relationship between Qur'an and history is disputed in more than one respect. The Qur'an as a canonical scripture locates itself beyond history. In most current critical scholarship the pre-canonical Qur'an – regarded as no longer reconstructable – is equally discarded. There have been some...
This article will discuss the notions of muḥkam and mutashābih in the commentary of Elmah'li Muhammad Hamdi Yazir. Yazir was a Turkish scholar whose life spanned the Ottoman and the republican eras. He received a traditional education in Istanbul. Besides Turkish he knew Arabic, Persian and...
Recourse to the computer, like all other advanced forms of technology, inevitably brings with it the danger of being taken over by the instrument. On the other hand, however, the advantages offered by progress cannot be foregone. In the field of the study of translations, the most fertile...
The Qur'anic reading tradition's approach to Arabic linguistic thought was largely prefigured by the desire to preserve physically the oral language of scripture, ensuring its textual integrity was never compromised. Qur'anic readers evolved rudimentary models of linguistic thought which were...
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