Annabel Keeler est chercheure associée au Wolfson College de l’Université de Cambridge.
The author explores the interplay between scriptural exegesis and mystical doctrine in a twelfth-century Sufi commentary on the Qur’an. Previously little-known outside the Persian-speaking world, it is increasingly recognized as a key work in the development of Sufi Qur’anic interpretation. Dr Keeler provides invaluable background for anyone wanting to gain a deeper understanding of Persian mystical poetry and prose, and other major works of Sufi literature.
Table des matières
Foreword , Frank Bowering Preface Note on transliteration Introduction
Part One: Hermeneutics
The Hermeneutics of the Kashf al-asrar The Hermeneutics of Mystical Commentary
Part Two: Mystical Doctrine
The Development of Love Mysticism in Khurasan God and the Creation Aspects of Spiritual Guidance Mystical Theology and the Way of Love
Part Three: Maybudi’s Mystical Interpretation of the Stories of the Prophets
Prolegomenon: Prophets in the Qur’an and in Sufi Exegesis The Story of Abraham The Story of Moses The Story of Joseph
Conclusion Bibliography Index of Qur’anic citations Index