Commanding Right and Forbidding Wrong in Islamic Thought

  title={Commanding Right and Forbidding Wrong in Islamic Thought},
  author={M. Cook},
Part I. Introduction: 1. The goldsmith of Marw 2. Koran and Koranic exegesis 3. Tradition 4. Biographical literature about early Muslims Part II. The Hanbalites: 5. Ibn Hanbal 6. The Hanbalites of Baghdad 7. The Hanbalites of Damascus 8. The Hanbalites of Najd Part III. The Mu'tazilities and Shi'ites: 9. The Mu'tazilites 10. The Zaydis 11. The Imamis Part IV. Other Sects and Schools: 12. The Hanafis 13. The Shafi'ites 14. The Malikis 15. The Ibadis 16. Ghazzali 17. Classical Islam in retrospect… Expand
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