The Qur'an: Modern Muslim Interpretations
The Qur’:an: Modern Muslim Interpretations offers a lucid guide to how Muslims have read the Qur’:an in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Massimo Campanini explores early approaches to the understanding of the Qur’:an, including that of the Salafis and the construction of the Islamic Renaissance Movement, contrasting the development of traditionalist and ‘:scientific’: interpretations and examining the work of the phenomenologists who followed. This lively book explores the radical ideas of Sayyid Qutb and his followers, a significant part of what is known as political Islamism, and investigates the idea of exegesis as a liberation theology, through the work of Esack and Wadud.
Students taking courses on the interpretation of the Qur’:an will find this an invaluable aid to their study, and it is essential reading for all those interested in how Muslims have understood the Qur’:an in the contemporary period.
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Præsagium medicum, or, the prognostick signs of acute diseases: established by antient observation, and explain'd by the best modern discoveries. By James Harvey, M.D.
Report of the Sixteenth Annual Washington Convention, March 4Th, 5Th, 6Th, and 7Th, 1884: With Reports of the Forty-Eighth Congress