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Editing Manuscripts of Qurʾānic Sciences: Fundamentals, Rules and Problems

By Various Contributors, Edited by Al-Furqān Islamic Heritage Foundation
2016
Arabic
Courses
1
9781905122721
1905122721
Book
Hardback
1
423
0.888 kg
£35.00

This book presents the proceedings of the 10th Training Course in the field of editing, titled “Editing Manuscripts of Qurʾānic Sciences: Fundamentals, Rules and Problems”, organised by the Centre for the Study of the Philosophy of Islamic Law at Al-Furqān, in partnership with Dar al-Hadith al-Hassania Institute (Rabat, Morocco), that took place between 29 February and 5 March 2016, on the premises of Dar al-Hadith al-Hassania Institute in Rabat. In this book, the reader will find all the lectures delivered in the Training Course, addressing different aspects of critical edition, revolving around: ● Editing manuscript on the Qurʾānic sciences, considering the diversity of areas, multiple possibilities, and the editor’s knowledge and culture. ● Editing the Qur’ānic text: comprehension of authoritative link to origin and contexts of revelation. ● Proposals and views for a robust approach to editing manuscripts in the Qur’ānic and related sciences. ● Muṣḥaf manuscripts: aspects of interest, and the position on their research. ● Manuscripts of the Mashriqī tradition in the discipline of Qur’ān orthography: introduction and importance. ● Investigating attribution: al-Ṭabarānī’s alleged exegesis text as an example. ● Manuscripts with unknown authors; importance and treatment: Qur’ānic science texts as an example. ● Treatment of Prophetic traditions (Ḥadīth) texts in editing manuscripts on exegesis and Qur’ānic sciences. ● Methodologies for verification of Israelite narrations in books of exegesis. ● The Arabic and orientalist schools of edition. ● Subject cataloguing of exegesis (tafsīr) textbooks: concept, methodology, and purpose.

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