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ISLAMIC AND NON-ISLAMIC ORIGINS OF MU"TAZILITE ETHICAL RATIONALISM
HOURANI. GEORGE F.
Written in English
Online versio of print publication INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE MIDDLE EAST STUDIES v.7, no.1 (January 1976) : 59-87.
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ISLAMIC AND NON-ISLAMIC ORIGINS OF MU'TAZILITE ETHICAL RATIONALISMI The ethical theory of the Mu'tazila is properly called 'rationalism', because it held that the values of human and divine actions are knowable in principle by natural human reason.
Since this. Prophets of Medicine and Medicine of the Prophet: Debates on Medical Theory 3 In his article on the “Islamic” and “non-Islamic” influences on the Mutazilite thought, "Islamic and Non-Islamic Origins of Mu'tazilite Ethical Rationalism," International Journal of Middle East Studies 7, no.
1 (). Wrongdoing and Divine Omnipotence in the Theology of Abū Isḥāq An-Naẓẓām. Authors; p. and by G. Hourani in Islamic and non-Islamic Origins of Mutazilite Ethical Rationalism,’ Int’l Journal of Middle East Studies 7 () () Wrongdoing and Divine Omnipotence in the Theology of Abū Isḥāq An-Naẓẓām.
In Cited by: In the 9th century, al-Shafi'i provided a theoretical basis for Islamic law and introduced its first methods by a synthesis between proto-rationalism of Iraqian jurisprudence and the pragmatic approach of the Hejaz traditions, in his book ar-Risālah.
However, Islamic law was not codified until Jan 23, · Nevertheless, thisclassification still plays an important tole in the modern historiography of science and culture in the Middle universityofthephoenix.com more details, see George F. Hourani, "Islamic and Non-Islamic Origins of Mutazilite Ethical Rationalism,"International Journal of Middle East Studies 7, no.
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Moslems universally recognize the language of the Koran as elegant in the extreme. May 23, · So one could postulate that the Buwayhid period advanced the Mutazilite School, butsimilarly if it wasn't for this advancement of the Mutazilite school, combined with the free use of reason and cross-pollination of Islamic and non-Islamic philosophical ideas, the reaction of al-Baqillani's work and subsequent advance ofthe Asharite school may.
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