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Principles of Islamic jurisprudence +pdf

In this work, Prof Kamali offers us the first detailed presentation available in English of the theory of Muslim law (usul al-fiqh). This book is a valuable addition to existing Islamic jurisprudential literature in English.

This third edition of the best-selling title Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence has been completely revised and substantially enlarged. In this work, Prof Kamali offers us the first detailed presentation available in English of the theory of Muslim law (usul al-fiqh). Often regarded as the most sophisticated of the traditional Islamic disciplines, Islamic Jurisprudence is concerned with the way in which the rituals and laws of religion are derived from the Qur’an and the Sunnah—the precedent of the Prophet. Written as a university textbook, Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence is distinguished by its clarity and readability; it is an essential reference work not only for students of Islamic law, but also for anyone with an interest in Muslim society or in issues of comparative Jurisprudence.

About the Author

Dr. Mohammad H. Kamali is Professor of Law at the International Islamic University Malaysia, where he has been teaching Islamic law and jurisprudence since 1985. Among his other works published by the Islamic Texts Society is ‘Freedom of Expression in Islam’.

Bibliographic Information

Title: Principles of Islamic jurisprudence

Author: Muhammad Hashem Kamali

Publisher:  Cambridge, UK: Islamic Texts Society

 Language: English

Length:338

ISBN: 978-0946621828

Pub. Date: 2012/12/23

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