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      Idris Nassery
    
      Rumee Ahmed
    
      Muna Tatari
    
      Anver Emon
    
      Cefli Ademi
    
      Habib Ahmed
    
      Rumee Ahmed
    
      Jasser Auda
    
      Ayesha S. Chaudhry
    
      Adis Duderija
    
      Mohammad Hashim Kamali
    
      Mouez Khalfaoui
    
      Muhammad Khalid Masud
    
      Idris Nassery
    
      Mohammed Nekroumi
    
      Felicitas Opwis
    
      Younes Soualhi
    
      Muna Tatari

Objectives of Islamic Law

The Promises and Challenges of the Maqasid al-Shari'a

Idris Nassery (Redaktør) ; Rumee Ahmed (Redaktør) ; Muna Tatari (Redaktør) ; Anver Emon (Innledning) ; Cefli Ademi (Innledning) ; Habib Ahmed (Innledning) ; Rumee Ahmed (Innledning) ; Jasser Auda (Innledning) ; Ayesha S. Chaudhry (Innledning) ; Adis Duderija (Innledning) ; Mohammad Hashim Kamali (Innledning) ; Mouez Khalfaoui (Innledning) ; Muhammad Khalid Masud (Innledning) ; Idris Nassery (Innledning) ; Mohammed Nekroumi (Innledning) ; Felicitas Opwis (Innledning) ; Younes Soualhi (Innledning) ; Muna Tatari (Innledning)

«This is an excellent volume on the important subject of maqasid al-shari'ah, featuring contributions from leading experts on the subject. This volume certainly makes a significant contribution to the discourse on the evolution of Islamic law and I recommend it highly.»

Scholars, thinkers, and activists around the world are paying increasing attention to a legal reform method that promises to revolutionize the way people think about Islamic law. Known as "The Objectives of the Shari'a" (maqasid al-shari'a), the theory offers a way to derive and apply new Islamic laws using an ancient methodology. Les mer
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Scholars, thinkers, and activists around the world are paying increasing attention to a legal reform method that promises to revolutionize the way people think about Islamic law. Known as "The Objectives of the Shari'a" (maqasid al-shari'a), the theory offers a way to derive and apply new Islamic laws using an ancient methodology. The theory identifies core objectives that underlie Islamic law, and then looks at inherited Islamic laws to see whether they meet those objectives. According to the maqasid theory, historical Islamic laws that meet their objectives should be retained, and those that do not-no matter how entrenched in practice or embedded in texts-should be discarded or reformed.
Recently, several scholars have questioned the maqasid theory, arguing that it is designed not to reform laws, but to support existing power structures. They warn that adopting the maqasid wholesale would set the reform project back, ensuring that inherited Islamic laws are never fully reformed to agree with contemporary values like gender-egalitarianism and universal human rights.
The Objectives of Islamic Law: The Promises and Challenges of the Maqasid al-Shari'a captures the ongoing debate between proponents and skeptics of the maqasid theory. It raises some of the most important issues in Islamic legal debates today, and lays out visions for the future of Islamic law.
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Forlag: Lexington Books
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781498549950
Format: 22 x 15 cm
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«This is an excellent volume on the important subject of maqasid al-shari'ah, featuring contributions from leading experts on the subject. This volume certainly makes a significant contribution to the discourse on the evolution of Islamic law and I recommend it highly.»

«The Objectives of Islamic Law is a much welcomed and indispensable source for the academic study of maqāṣid al-sharī‘a.»

«The Objectives of Islamic Law is an excellent collection of essays on the increasingly popular subject of maqasid al-shari’ah, including several that are written by world-renowned experts in the field. With its multi-perspectival and fresh treatments of many maqasid-related themes, this book is highly recommended reading, especially for those interested in deepening their understanding of an alternative view—the maqasid approach—of the meaning, place, and role of the Sharia in contemporary Islam that now has growing appeal among its intellectual circles.»

Editor's Introduction

Part I: Promises

1. Goals and Purposes Maqasid al-Shari'ah: Methodological Perspectives
Mohammad Hashim Kamali
2. Realising Maqasid in the Shari'ah
Jasser Auda
3. Freedom of Religion in the Age of Multi-Religious Societies with Special Reference to Maqasid al-Shari'ah
Muhammad Khalid Masud
4. The Inviolability of Human Dignity: A Maqasidi Perspective
Idris Nassery
5. Qur'an, Sunnah, Maqasid and the Religious Other: The Ideas of Muhammad Shahrur
Adis Duderija
6. Ibn 'A shu r's Interpretation of the Purposes of the Law (Maqa s id al-Shari 'ah): An Islamic Modernist Approach to Legal Change
Felicitas Opwis
7. Maqasid al-Shari'ah in Islamic Contracts: A Study of Current Practices of Islamic Finance in Light of Islamic Legal Maxims
Younes Soualhi

Part II: Challenges

8. Reason and Revelation: A Meaningful Contribution to Contemporary Ethical Debates in a Secular Context
Muna Tatari
9. The Hermeneutical Approach of Shatibi on the Basis of the Maqasid Definition of Reason: Fundamental Issues of a Modern Reinterpretation
Mohammed Nekroumi
10. The Challenge Facing Islamic Banking and Finance: Has It Moved Away From Its Core Objectives, With Special Reference to Maqasid?
Habib Ahmed
11. The Relationship between Maqasid al-Shari'ah and Usul al-Fiqh
Cefli Ademi
12. Which comes first, the Maqasid, or the Shari'ah?
Rumee Ahmed
13. How Objective are the Objectives (Maqasid)? Examining Evolving Notions of the Shari'ah through the Lens of Lineage (Nasl)
Ayesha S. Chaudhry
14. Maqasid al-Shari'ah as a Legitimization for the Muslim Minorities Law
Mouez Khalfaoui

Epilogue: Anver Emon
Idris Nassery is postdoctoral fellow in the Institute of Islamic Theology at the University of Paderborn.
Rumee Ahmed is associate dean of arts and associate professor of Islamic law at the University of British Columbia.
Muna Tatari is assistant professor of Islamic systematic theology in the Institute of Islamic Theology at the University of Paderborn.