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Document Type:BL
Record Number:102672
Doc. No:b59869
Main Entry:Jaffer, Tariq.
Title & Author:Razi :master of Qur'anic interpretation and theological reasoning /Tariq Jaffer.
Page. NO:viii, 244 pages ;25 cm
ISBN:9780199947997
0199947996
9780199948000
0199948003
9780199345946
0199345945
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:Razi's escape from taqlid in philosophy -- Razi's escape from taqlid in exegesis -- The Qurʾan's method -- Razi's engagement with the Muʻtazila -- The opponents of Muʻtazilite taʾwil -- Razi's critique of classical Ashʻarism -- Razi's integration of the Muʻtazilite interpretive method into Sunnism -- The epistemological criterion for taʾwil -- Razi's rationalist objection to scripture -- The priority of reason over scripture -- The rational justification for the Prophet's credibility -- Miracles and the boundaries of reason -- The reception of Razi's methodology in Islamic traditionalism: Ibn Taymiyya on Tazi -- Razi's appropriation of Avicenna's philosophical exegesis -- Razi's reception of Ghazali's interpretation of light -- Razi's divergences from Avicenna and Ghazali: light as the bestowal of knowledge -- Razi's exegesis on the soul (nafs) and spirit (ruḥ): structure and strategy -- The soul's quiddity (mahiyya) and its temporal origination (ḥuduth) -- The soul's relation to the body -- Razi's doctrine on the vital spirit (ruḥ) -- The soul's separability: sleep and death -- The Prophet's soul.
Subject:Rāzī, Fakhr al-Dīn Muḥammad ibn ʻUmar,1149 or 1150-1210.
Rāzī, Fakhr al-Dīn Muḥammad ibn ʻUmar,1149 or 1150-1210
Subject:Islamic philosophy-- History.
Subject:Islam-- Doctrines-- History.
Subject:Islam-- Doctrines.
Subject:Islamic philosophy.
Subject:Qurʾan-- Criticism, interpretation, etc.-- History.
Qurʾan.
Dewey Classification:‭297.2092‬
LC Classification:‭B753.R44‬‭J34 2015‬
Parallel Title:Master of Quranic interpretation and theological reasoning