Nizam alMulk on the Sultanate
Abu Ali Hasan of Tus, known as Nizam al-Mulk (410-485/1019-1092), was vizier of the Seljuk
empire during its heyday under Alp Arslan (reg. 455-465/1063-1072) and his son Malikshah (reg. 465485/1072-1092). It was for the la
Hilal al-Sabi on the Abbasid Court
In the mid-4th/10th century the Iranian and Shii Buyid dynasty established a condominium of power
with the Sunni Abbasid caliphs, whereby military and political rule was in the hands of the Buyid amirs and
the caliphs we
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Draft forthcoming in Studies in Christian Ethics (May 2016). Not for distribution.
Mawardi and Augustine on Governance
How to Restrain the Restrainer?
Paul L. Heck
By me kings reign and rulers decree what is just.
By me rulers rule, and nobles, all who go
LEGAL DIVERSITY IN THE AGE OF TAQLD:
THE FOUR CHIEF QS UNDER THE MAMLUKS*
Sultan Baybars decision to appoint four Chief Qs, one from each of the Sunni
schools of law, has long been recogn
Religion Compass 1/1 (2007): 148—164, 10.11114.1749—817120060001 1.x
Sufism — What Is It Exactly?
Paul f Heck*
Suﬁsm is commonly called mysticism, the mysticism of Islam, but is it mysticism
and what is its relation to Isl
The Political Theology of Prerogative: The Jurisprudential Miracle in Liberal Constitutional
Author(s): Clement Fatovic
Source: Perspectives on Politics, Vol. 6, No. 3 (Sep., 2008), pp. 487-501
Published by: American Political Science Association
Fall Semester 2015
Hindu Religious Traditions
Questions & Answers
Please find below a rough draft of my answers.
Describe the Indo-Aryan controversy.
Question that represents the Indo-Aryan controversy: did the civilization known a