Quran, Sunnah, Maqasid and the Religious Other: The Ideas of Muhammad Shahrur

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Duderija, Adis
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Idris Nassery, Rumee Ahmed, Muna Tatari

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2018
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In this article I examine Muḥammad Shaḥrūr’s tartīl method as an example of a maqāṣid (objectives) allied, thematic approach to Qur’ān-sunnah hermeneutics in relation to the question of Islam’s relationship with the Religious Other. I argue that this tartīl method is akin to the inductive and thematic elements associated with the maqāṣid driven hermeneutics and that is should be considered as methodology that has strong affinity with and is in actual fact constitutive of maqāṣid.

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The Objectives of Islamic Law: The Promises and Challenges of the Maqasid al-Shari'a

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Islamic Studies

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