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The Resource Foundations of Jurisprudence : An Introduction to Imami Shi'i Legal Theory

Foundations of Jurisprudence : An Introduction to Imami Shi'i Legal Theory

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Foundations of Jurisprudence : An Introduction to Imami Shi'i Legal Theory
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Foundations of Jurisprudence
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An Introduction to Imami Shi'i Legal Theory
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Foundations of Jurisprudence : An Introduction to Imami Shi'i Legal Theory
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Foundations of Jurisprudence : An Introduction to Imami Shi'i Legal Theory
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  • The Foundations of Jurisprudence: An Introduction to Imāmī Shī{u02BF}ī Legal Theory -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Foreword -- Preface -- Introduction -- Part One 1 -- 1 The Life and Times of al-{u02BF}Allāmah al-Ḥillī -- 2 The School of Ḥillah -- 3 Al-{u02BF}Allāmah al-Ḥillī's Jurisprudence -- 4 Mabādi{u02BE} al-Wuṣūl ilā {u02BF}Ilm al-Uṣūl -- 5 Manuscripts and Methodology -- Part Two -- 1 The Epistemology of al-{u02BF}Allāmah al-Ḥillī -- 2 Chapter One: On Languages -- 3 Chapter Two: On Rulings -- 4 Chapter Three: On the Commands and Prohibitions -- 5 Chapter Four: On Generality and Specificity -- 6 Chapter Five: On the Ambiguous and the Elucidated -- 7 Chapter Six: On Actions -- 8 Chapter Seven: On Abrogation -- 9 Chapter Eight: On Consensus -- 10 Chapter Nine: On Narrations -- 11 Chapter Ten: On Analogical Reasoning -- 12 Chapter Eleven: On Preferment -- 13 Chapter Twelve: On Juristic Reasoning and its Dependents -- The Foundations of Jurisprudence: An Introduction to Imāmī Shī{u02BF}ī Legal Theory -- Prologue -- 1 On Languages (al-lughāt) -- 1 Discussion One: On General Principles -- 2 Discussion Two: On the Classification of Utterances -- 3 Discussion Three: On the Homonym -- 4 Discussion Four: On the Veritative and the Figurative -- 5 Discussion Five: On the Contradiction of the States of the Utterances -- 6 Discussion Six: A Well-Needed Commentary on Particles -- 2 On Rulings (al-aḥkām) -- 1 Discussion One: On Action -- 2 Discussion Two: On the Ruling -- 3 Discussion Three: On the Acts of Worship -- 4 Discussion Four: On the Beautiful and the Ugly -- 5 Discussion Five: On Thanking the Benefactor -- 6 Discussion Six: On Things -- 3 On the Commands (al-awāmir) and Prohibitions (al-nawāhī) -- 1 Discussion One: On the Command -- 2 Discussion Two: On the Imperative Form of the Verb being for Obligation -- 3 Discussion Three: On the Command Not Demanding Repetition
  • 4 Discussion Four: On the Command Demanding Neither Expedition Nor Postponement -- 5 Discussion Five: On the Conditioned Command being Non-Existent When the Condition is Non-Existent -- 6 Discussion Six: On the Command that is Delimited by an Attribute not Becoming Non-Existent with the Non-Existence of the Attribute -- 7 Discussion Seven: On the Chosen Obligation -- 8 Discussion Eight: On the Obligation that is to be Performed within a Broad Period of Time -- 9 Discussion Nine: On the Obligation on All Sufficed by the Performance by Some -- 10 Discussion Ten: On the Obligation upon Which the Absolute Obligation Depends -- 11 Discussion Eleven: On the Command of a Thing Necessitating the Prohibition of its Opposite -- 12 Discussion Twelve: When the Obligation is Abrogated the Permissibility Remains -- 13 Discussion Thirteen: On the Impossibility of an Injunction of the Impossible -- 14 Discussion Fourteen: An Injunction on Ritual is not Dependant upon Faith -- 15 Discussion Fifteen: On the Command Demanding Accomplishment -- 16 Discussion Sixteen: On Whether the Impairment [of an act of worship] Demands the Obligation of [its] Compensatory Performance -- 17 Discussion Seventeen: The Command to Command Something does not Constitute a Command for that thing -- 18 Discussion Eighteen: The Non-Existent is not Commanded -- 19 Discussion Nineteen: On the Obligation for the Intention of Obedience -- 20 Discussion Twenty: On the Timing of the Attachment of the Command -- 21 Discussion Twenty-One: On Prohibition -- 22 Discussion Twenty-Two: On Whether Prohibition Demands Unsoundness -- 4 On Generality (al-{u02BF}umūm) and Specificity (al- khuṣūṣ) -- 1 Discussion One: On the General and the Specific -- 2 Discussion Two: On What is Added to Generality Though it is not Thereof -- 3 Discussion Three: On Specification
  • 4 Discussion Four: On the Adherence to the General which is Specified -- 5 Discussion Five: On Exception -- 6 Discussion Six: On the Condition, the Attribute, and the Limit -- 7 Discussion Seven: On the Specification by Separate Pieces of Evidence -- 8 Discussion Eight: On What is Considered a Specifier though it is not -- 9 Discussion Nine: On the Predication of the Absolute to the Delimited -- 5 On the Ambiguous (al-mujmal) and the Elucidated (al-mubayyan) -- 1 Discussion One: On some of the Definitions -- 2 Discussion Two: On the Setting Forth of the Ambiguous -- 3 Discussion Three: On Things Which are Considered to be Ambiguous Whilst They are not as Such -- 4 Discussion Four: On the Deferment of the Elucidation -- 5 Discussion Five: On the Possibility of the Charged Agent Hearing the General without Hearing what Specifies it -- 6 On Actions (al-af{u02BF}āl) -- 1 Discussion One: On the Infallibility of the Prophets -- 2 Discussion Two: On the Obligation of Following the Prophet -- 3 Discussion Three: On the Preferment between the Statement and the Action -- 4 Discussion Four: On the Prophet's Following of Prior Revealed Laws -- 7 On Abrogation (al-naskh) -- 1 Discussion One: On the Definition Thereof -- 2 Discussion Two: On the Possibility Thereof -- 3 Discussion Three: On the Abrogation of a Thing Prior to the Expiration of its Time of Performance -- 4 Discussion Four: On What it is Possible to Abrogate -- 5 Discussion Five: Addition to and Omission of Acts of Worship -- 8 On Consensus (al-ijmā{u02BF}) -- 1 Discussion One: On the Consensus of the ummah of Muḥammad -- 2 Discussion Two: On Introducing a Third Opinion -- 3 Discussion Three: On That by which Consensus is and is not Established -- 4 Discussion Four: On The Conditions for Consensus -- 9 On Narrations (al-akhbār) -- 1 Discussion One: On the Definition of a Narration and its Classifications
  • 2 Discussion Two: On Continuance Conveying Knowledge -- 3 Discussion Three: On the Conditions of the Continuous Narration -- 4 Discussion Four: On the Classifications which Signify the Truth of a Narration -- 5 Discussion Five: On the Solitary Narration -- 6 Discussion Six: On the Qualifications for a Transmitter of a Narration -- 7 Discussion Seven: On that which is Considered a Condition Whilst it is not -- 8 Discussion Eight: On Rejected Narrations -- 9 Discussion Nine: On Invalidation and Validation -- 10 On Analogical Reasoning (al-qiyās) -- 1 Discussion One: On the Definition of Analogical Reasoning -- 2 Discussion Two: On Analogical Reasoning not being a Legal Proof -- 3 Discussion Three: On the Connection of the Unspoken to the Spoken -- 4 Discussion Four: On the Ruling in Which the Cause is Explicitly Designated -- 5 Discussion Five: On the Derived Cause -- 11 On Preferment (al-tarjīḥ) -- 1 Discussion One: On the Contradiction of Two Pieces of Evidence -- 2 Discussion Two: On the Course of Action When Two Equal Pieces of Evidence Present Themselves -- 3 Discussion Three: On the Ruling of Contradictory Pieces of Evidence -- 4 Discussion Four: On the Preferment of the Narrations -- 12 On Juristic Reasoning (al-ijtihād) and its Dependents -- 1 Discussion One: On Juristic Reasoning -- 2 Discussion Two: On the Qualifications of the Skilled Practitioner of Juristic Reasoning -- 3 Discussion Three: On the Correctness of the Skilled Practitioner of Juristic Reasoning -- 4 Discussion Four: On the Changing of Juristic Reasoning -- 5 Discussion Five: On the Permissibility of Compliance with the Conclusions of the Skilled Practitioner of Juristic Reasoning -- 6 Discussion Six: On the Conditions for Seeking an Edict -- 7 Discussion Seven: On the Ediction of One Who is not a Skilled Practitioner of Juristic Reasoning
  • 8 Discussion Eight: On the One Who has not Attained the Degree of Juristic Reasoning -- 9 Discussion Nine: On the Presumption of Continuity -- Epilogue -- Appendix -- Bibliography of Primary Sources -- Bibliography of Secondary Sources -- Index -- Index of Qur{u02BE}ānic Verses
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