Imam al-Shatibi's theory of the higher objectives and intents of Islamic law / Ahmad al-Raysuni ; with an introduction by Taha Jabir al-Alwani ; translated from the Arabic by Nancy Roberts. [print]

By: Raysuni, Ahmad, 1953- [author]Contributor(s): International Institute of Islamic ThoughtMaterial type: TextTextLanguage: English Original language: Arabic Publisher: London ; Washington : International Institute of Islamic Thought, [(c)2005Description: xxxvi, 441 pages ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1565644123; 9781565644120; 1565644131; 9781565644137Other title: Higher objectives of Islamic law [Running title]Uniform titles: Nazariyat al-Maqasid inda al-Imam al-Shatibi. English Subject(s): Shatibi, Ibrahim ibn Musa, -1388LOC classification: KBP320.I436 2005KBP320.S53.R277.I436 2005COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Al-Shatibi and his theory Fundamental issues in al-Shatibi's theory Overall evaluation of al-Shatibi's theory --
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The notion of higher objectives prior to al-Shatibi Al-Shatibi and his theory Fundamental issues in al-Shatibi's theory Overall evaluation of al-Shatibi's theory -- Conclusion.

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