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Islamic Natural Law Theories$

Anver M. Emon

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780199579006

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2010

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199579006.001.0001

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(p.221) Index of Concepts

(p.221) Index of Concepts

Source:
Islamic Natural Law Theories
Publisher:
Oxford University Press
Ahl al-Ṭabʿ,99–100
conventions
attested to by source-texts,179–180
“silent”,180–181
al-Shāṭibī on,179–182
desire,62–66
dispositions,57–62, 64, 66, 148–149, 174–178
fiqh,94, 97
grace, see theology
ḥaẓariyya,83, 111–113
ijtihād,4, 12, 15, 124, 139
istiṣḥāb al-ḥāl,31, 118–120
justice, see theology
lutf, see dispositions
maqāṣid al-sharīʿa,
al-Ghazālī on,134–135
al-Qarāfī on,155
al-Rāzī on,155
al-Shāṭibī on,166, 168
maṣlaḥa
and fusion of fact and value,124, 129–130, 132-133, 147–148, 162–163, 173–174, 176
al-Ghazālī on,132, 134–144
maqāṣid-maṣlaḥa model,182–184, 194–195
limits of,151–154, 177–178
maṣlaḥa mursala,154–158, 182–184
al-Rāzī on,147, 157–158
al-Shāṭibī on,167, 168, 171, 174
modernity
crisis of,17–18, 35
naturalistic fallacy,110–120, 197
obligation
ʿAbd al-Jabbār on,66–72
al-Baṣrī on,84–88
al-Jaṣṣāṣ on,46–49
al-Juwaynī on,103–104
al-Shāṭibī on,174–179
practical reasoning, see also reason: istidlāl
al-Baṣrī on,84–88
al-Ghazālī on,182–184
maqāṣid-maṣlaḥa,182–184, 194-195
al-Rāzī on,154–158
presumption of continuity, see istiṣḥāb al-ḥāl
presumption of permissibility,42, 75, 192–194
ʿAbd al-Jabbār on,52, 53, 54-55
al-Baṣrī on,78–84
al-Ghazālī on,114, 132–133
Ibn Ḥazm on,114
al-Jaṣṣāṣ on,48–49
al-Qarāfī,151, 159
al-Rāzī,150
al-Shāṭibī,176
al-Ṭūfī,163–164
prohibition, presumption of, see ḥaẓariyya
qabla wurūd al-sharʿ,3, 20, 22,
Qurʾān
Q. 2:29, 41, 149
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Q. 2:179, 156
Q. 2:185, 149, 161 n. 151
Q. 4:38, 161 n. 151
Q. 4:165, 167
Q. 5:6, 161
Q. 7:32, 41 n. 2
Q. 17:15, 29, 112
Q. 21:107, 167
Q. 22:78, 161
Q. 23:71, 173 n. 211
Q. 45:13, 149
Q. 51:56, 168
reform, see modernity
syllogism,95–98
tafaḍḍul, see theology: grace
taklīf, see obligation
tawaqquf,20, 28, 30–31, 116–119
teleology,
natural,40, 57–62, 73, 148–150, 193
utilitarian,60–61, 143, 158–159
theology
analytic limits of,13–18, 98, 190–191
and legal philosophy,10, 13–18, 45-46, 98, 190–191
dispositions,57–62, 64, 66
justice,13, 24–28, 42, 52, 66–67, 70-72, 78-84, 88–89
uṣūl al-fiqh,12, 20, 74, 94, 98, 146, 202