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Early Islamic Theology: The Mu`tazilites and al-Ash`ari: Texts and Studies on the Development and History of Kalam, Vol. II (Août 2020)

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Frank (Richard M.) ed. by Gutas (Dimitri), Early Islamic Theology: The Mutazilites and al-Ashari: Texts and Studies on the Development and History of Kalam, Vol. II, London, Routledge, ("Variorum Collected Studies"), 2007, 400 p. ISBN 9780860789789

Author

Richard M. Frank is Emeritus Professor in the Department of Semitic and Egyptian Languages and Literatures, at the Catholic University of America, USA.

Presentation

This is the second of three volumes reprinting the collected papers on Islamic subjects by Richard M. Frank, Professor Emeritus at the Catholic University of America. It brings together Franks’s articles on early kalam, the Mutazilites, and the development of the thought of al-Ashari. The studies in this collection are of particular importance for the study of kalam, in that they represent an original attempt to make philosophical sense and understand the theoretical underpinnings of the foundational theological tradition in early Islam, the Mutazilite school of Basra. They focus, among others, on Abu l-Hudhayl al-Allaf, al-Jubbai, and al-Ashari, and include a critical edition and translation of the latter’s al-Hathth ala l-bahth. [*Table of contents*] Foreword; The metaphysics of created being according to Abu l-Hudhayl al-Allaf; a philosophical study of the earliest kalam; The divine attributes according to Abu l-Hudhayl al-Allaf; Several fundamental assumptions of the Basra school of the Mutazila; Al-madum wal-mawjud: the non-existent, the existent, and the possible in the teaching of Abu Hashim and his followers; Abu Hashim's theory of 'states', its structure and function; Elements in the development of the teaching of al-Ashari; The structure of created causality according to al-Ashari: an analysis of the Kitab al-Luma, §§ 82-164; Al-Ashari's conception of the nature and role of speculative reasoning in theology; Al-Ashari’s Kitab al-Hathth ala l-Bahth; Index. {{Other volumes}} vol. I. {Philosophy, Theology and Mysticism in Medieval Islam: Texts and Studies on the Development and History of Kalam}, Vol. I (Variorum Collected Studies Book 833) (English Edition) de Richard M. Frank et Dimitri Gutas vol. II. {Early Islamic Theology: The Mutazilites and al-Ashari: Texts and Studies on the Development and History of Kalam}, Vol. II Variorum Collected Studies Book 833) (English Edition) de Richard M. Frank et Dimitri Gutas vol. III. {Classical Islamic Theology: The Asharites: Texts and Studies on the Development and History of Kalam}, Vol. III Variorum Collected Studies Book 833) (English Edition) de Richard M. Frank et Dimitri Gutas


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