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The Qur'an and its Concepts

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The book aims at introducing research on the Qur’an by surveying how the Qur’an’s historical origins, its literary form and its conceptual meaning-contents have been defined by scholars within the Islamic disciplines and by comparing the Islamic scholarship on the Qur’an with academic state-of-the-art. Through this approach, the book makes an original contribution to existing literature on the Qur’an by providing an exhaustive survey of Qur’anic concepts and their interrelatedness, by showing how these concepts gained meaning within the Islamic disciplines and by mapping correspondences and divergences between Islamic and academic scholarship on the Qur’an.

Published: Nov 24, 2019

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Section Chapter Authors
1
Introduction: Discourse methodology and outline Ulrika Mårtensson
2
Research survey Ulrika Mårtensson
3
Islamic institutions, disciplines, and subject-matters Ulrika Mårtensson
4
Linguistic and literary concepts Ulrika Mårtensson
5
Philosophical concepts Ulrika Mårtensson
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Doctrinal and theological concepts Ulrika Mårtensson
7
Historical and political concepts Ulrika Mårtensson
8
Legal concepts Ulrika Mårtensson
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Ethical concepts Ulrika Mårtensson
10
Gender concepts Ulrika Mårtensson
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Community concepts Ulrika Mårtensson
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Ritual concepts Ulrika Mårtensson
13
Correspondences and divergences Ulrika Mårtensson
14
Conclusions Ulrika Mårtensson