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Mohammedan Theories of Finance (Classic Reprint)
by:Nicolas P. Aghnides
CHAPTER I Preliminary Concepts The word shari'ah is the general name given to the Mohammedan dispensation and is defined by the doctors as " that which would not be known had there not been a divine revelation." 1 This definition of shari'ah is broad enough to include the revelations made by the Hebrew Prophets and Jesus, but their revelations are...
CHAPTER I Preliminary Concepts The word shari'ah is the general name given to the Mohammedan dispensation and is defined by the doctors as " that which would not be known had there not been a divine revelation." 1 This definition of shari'ah is broad enough to include the revelations made by the Hebrew Prophets and Jesus, but their revelations are considered valid only in so far as they have been confirmed by those made through Mohammed. The latter therefore are the shari'ah par excellence. A second corollary from the above definition is that only what is expressly stated in the divine revelations, or may be inferred from them by analogy, properly comes under shari'ah. Matters determined by intellectual processes remain, therefore, outside, e. g., the obligation of belief in God or the Prophets is outside of shari'ah because it is a matter to be established intellectually. Inasmuch as the prescriptions contained in the shari'ah, to use a judicial analogy, serve as evidencesTable of Contents CONTENTS; PART I; The Background-Introduction to Mohammedan Law and Bibliography; *AGK; CHAPTER I; Preliminary Concepts; Definitions of shari'ah, shari'ah evidences, sharl'ah value, Hqh, bases of Hqh and usul-al-Hqh; relation of the latter to Hqh; classification of sciences; relative position of usul-al-Hqh, fiqh, and finance 23; CHAPTER II; The First Basis of Fiqh : the Koran; Definition; the two periods of revelation; the meaning of Hijrah; its effect on Islam; nature of the revelations; codification of the Koran ; commentaries 30; CHAPTER III; The Second Basis of Fiqh: the Sunnah (Prophetic Conduct); Sec I General Considerations-; Sunnah an important source of law; hadith and its difference from sunnah; latter a generic term for custom; bid'ah, or innovation, its opposite; great importance of sunnah after Mohammed's death; resulting inducements to falsification of sunnah; memory versus writing; the science of hadiths;
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