Philosophical Theology in Islam: Later Ashʿarism East and West

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BRILL, May 6, 2020 - History - 450 pages
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Philosophical Theology in Islam explores the later history of the Ashʿarī school of theology through in-depth studies on its thought, sources, scholarly networks and contexts.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
PostGhazālian Theology What were the Lessons to be Learned from alGhazālī?
12
AlRāzīs Earliest Kalām Work Eastern Ashʿarism in the Twelfth Century
36
Le commentaire à la sūrate alAʿlā attribué à AvicenneUne épître de Fakhr alDīn alRāzī
71
Fakhr alDīn alRāzīs Platonist Account of the Essence of Time
95
The Necessary Existent wājib alwujūd From Avicenna to Fakhr alDīn alRāzī
123
Causing an Essence Notes on the Concept of Jaʿl alMāhiyya from Fakhr alDīn alRāzīto Mullā Ṣadrā
156
Early Mamlūk Ashʿarism against Ibn Taymiyya on the Nonliteral Reinterpretation ta ʾwīl of Gods Attributes
195
Continuing Conversations Late Sunni KalāmTheologys Ongoing Engagement with Philosophy
231
Putting Criticisms against alGhazālī in Perspective New Materials on the Interface between Law Rational Theology and Mysticism in Almoravid and ...
254
Ashʿarism in the Ḥafṣid Era
298
The Legacy of ʿAḍud alDīn alĪjī His Works and His Students
337
Ashʿarism through an Akbarī Lens The Two Taḥqīqs in the Curriculum Vitae of Ibrāhīm alKūrānī d 10191690
371
The Mawāqif of ʿAḍud alDīn alĪjī in India
397
Index
413
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