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Admit, then, that wonders of this sort are one of the proofs and accompanying
circumstances out of the totality of your thought on the matter; and that you
attain necessary knowledge and yet are unable’to say speciﬁcally o
104 RITUAL PRACTICE
Chapter 3, concerning the observance of recitation during the night
It behoves all to pay attention to many things while reciting the Qur’an at
night. God has said in Qur’an 3:113—14; Some of the people of the book are an
Islamic Ethic: afLéfc 102
Curiously, it may be Abu l—A‘la Mawdudi, the father of th: radii
Islamic party in Pakistan, who points the way. In his discussmn 0 Eur t
6:151 (“Do not kill the person that God has made sacred, exceptl or lus-
cause”) Mawdudi lis
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Therefore, you should also say that not only do the objects of knowledge
owe their being known to the good, but their being is also due to it,
although the good is not being, but superior to it in rankand power.
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MARTHA B. KENDALL
In the cold season in Mali, when the rains stop and the roads are
passable, people travel.
THE MYTHS IN THE WEST CONCERNING AFRICAN RELI-
gion so distort the facts, let alone the ideas that lie behind
the facts, that it becomes diﬂicult to present these ideas
without opening oneself to the charge of bein
THE Islamic thinkers who introductd Greek philosophy and Hellenistic approaches
to doing philosophy are referred to as the "'Hellenizing Philosophers." What did it
mean to Hellenize" in an Islamic cul
PERSISTING PROBLEM OF
THIS is the place where readers expect to find a historic survey introducing them
to authoritative figures and texts of the tradition to be studied. Wherea
THE name for theology in both Ihe Sunni and Shi'j traditions is 'jim al-kaliim liteally, science of discourse." Kaliim in Arabic means "speech" or "word."
theologIans were called nlmnkallimiin, "dialecticians,"
African Studies, 61, 1, 2002
An Epidemic of Witchcraft?
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AIDS or Isidliso?
In a scene replayed tens of thousands of times in recent years in South Africa,
Carolyn F. Sargent
Department of Anthropology
Womens Studies Program
Southern Methodist University
Reproductive Strategies and Islamic Discourse
Malian Migrants Negotiate Everyday Life in Paris, France
Approximately 37 thousand Malians currently reside in