Muhammad Iqbal’s constitutionalism

@article{Hussain2018MuhammadIC,
  title={Muhammad Iqbal’s constitutionalism},
  author={Adeela Hussain},
  journal={Indian Law Review},
  year={2018},
  volume={2},
  pages={135 - 158}
}
  • A. Hussain
  • Published 4 May 2018
  • Law
  • Indian Law Review
ABSTRACT In this article, I look at Muhammad Iqbal’s legal vision for an Islamic Republic. By focusing on the 1930s, the last decade of his life, I piece together how Iqbal’s constitutionalism was hospitable to legal transformation up until sovereign power conflicted with the principles of tauhid (unity of God) and the somewhat obscure concept khatm-e-nabuwwat (finality of prophethood). In mapping the conceptual tension of Iqbal’s thought in relation to the individual, the community and… 

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