Edited by Hans Daiber, Anna Akasoy and Emilie Savage-Smith
In Islam, philosophy, theology and science have interacted intimately almost from the beginning and played an important part in the intellectual history of Islam. For the historian of science and for the student of philosophy, the rich literature of Islamic philosophy, theology and science has preserved much unique material from antiquity. This series provides an outlet for the results of research on these subjects and on the history of ideas in early Islam. Philosophy was at the basis of much of intellectual life in the Islamic Middle Ages. The study of philosophy developed considerably, as did theology and the sciences. These have in turn been crucial to the development of philosophy and the sciences in South and East Asia. It may even be said that for any serious and comprehensive research into mediaeval European or Indian philosophy and science, knowledge of the Islamic sources is indispensable. Owing to the lack of printed editions of many of this Islamic sources, however, the study of mediaeval Islamic philosophy, theology and science is still a rather neglected field of research. The present series is intended to fill this need, making the field accessible through the publication of text editions, annotated translations, collaborative volumes, handbooks, and studies of individual concept, of the lives and thought of individual historical figures, etc. Volumes in the series place the subject in the context of relevant historical and intellectual developments of the time and, where desirable, against the background of their Greek, Syrian, Iranian or Indian origins.
Sélection des ouvrages
– Koranexegese, Grammatik und Logik, Cornelia Schöck, vol. LX.
– Al-Māturīdī und die Sunnitische Theologie in Samarkand, Ulrich Rudolph, vol. XXX.
– The Qur’an as Text, vol. XXVII.
– Anthropomorphism and Interpretation of the Qur’ān in the Theology of al-Qāsim ibn Ibrāhīm, Binyamin Abrahamov, vol. XXVI.
– Muslim Writers on Judaism and the Hebrew Bible, Camilla Adang, vol. XXII.
(Source : Brill)
WILD (Stefan), The Qur’an as Text, Leiden, Brill, ("Islamic Philosophy, Theology and Science, Texts and Studies, 27"), XII+298 p. ISBN 90 04 10344 9 WILD (Stefan), The Qur’an as Text, Leiden, (...)
BAR ASHER (Me’ir Mikha’el), Scripture and exegesis in early Imāmī-Shiism / by Meir M. Bar-Asher, Leiden ; Boston : Brill ; Jerusalem : Magnes Press, The Hebrew University, ("Islamic philosophy (...)
Koranexegese, Grammatik und Logik. Zum Verhältnis von arabischer und aristotelischer Urteils-, Konsequenz- und Schlußlehre (Cornelia SCHÖCK)
SCHÖCK (Cornelia), Koranexegese, Grammatik und Logik. Zum Verhältnis von arabischer und aristotelischer Urteils-, Konsequenz- und Schlußlehre, Leiden ; New-York ; Köln : E. J. Brill, ("Islamic (...)
ADANG (Camilla), Muslim Writers on Judaism and the Hebrew Bible. From Ibn Rabban to Ibn Hazm, Leiden ; New-York ; Köln : E. J. Brill, ("Islamic Philosophy, Theology and Science. Texts and (...)
Anthropomorphism and interpretation of the Qur’an in the theology of al-Qasim ibn Ibrahim (Binyamin ABRAHAMOV)
Anthropomorphism and interpretation of the Qur’an in the theology of al-Qasim ibn Ibrahim : Kitab al-Mustarshid / al-Qasim ibn Ibrahim ; ed. with transl., introd. and notes by Binyamin (...)