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Encyclopedia of Canonical Hadith

por G. H. A. Juynboll

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This encyclopedic work on Islam comprises English translations of all canonical ad ths, complete with their respective chains of transmission (isn ds). By conflating the variant versions of the same ad th, the repetitiveness of its literature has been kept wherever possible to a minimum. The latest methods of isn d analysis, described in the general introduction, have been employed in an attempt to identify the person(s) responsible for each ad th.The book is organized in the alphabetical order of those persons. These are the so-called common links . Each of them is listed with the tradition(s) for the wording of which he can be held accountable, or with which he can at least be associated. Within each article, the traditions are referred to in bold figures in the numerical order as they were distilled from the more than 19,000 isn ds listed in Tu fat al-ashr f bi ma rifat al-a r f by the Syrian ad th scholar Yusuf b. Abd ar-Ra m n al-Mizz (d. 742/1341).Medieval commentaries as well as assorted biographical lexicons were drawn upon to illustrate the text of each tradition in all theological, social, legal and other noteworthy aspects discernible in it. Thus no details of eschatology, superstitions, miraculous phenomena, Jahili practices etc. were left without the clarifying comments of contemporary and later theologians, historians and ad th experts culled from such works as the Fat al-b r , a major commentary of Bukh r s a by Ibn ajar al- Asqal n (d. 852/1448) or the commentary by Ya ya b. Sharaf an-Nawaw (d. 676/1277) of the a of Muslim b. al- ajj j.The encyclopedia concludes with an exhaustive index and glossary of names and concepts, which functions at the same time as a concordance. In short, this work presents an indispensable sourcebook of the development of Islam in all its facets during the first three centuries since its foundation as reflected in canonical ad th.… (mais)
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This encyclopedic work on Islam comprises English translations of all canonical ad ths, complete with their respective chains of transmission (isn ds). By conflating the variant versions of the same ad th, the repetitiveness of its literature has been kept wherever possible to a minimum. The latest methods of isn d analysis, described in the general introduction, have been employed in an attempt to identify the person(s) responsible for each ad th.The book is organized in the alphabetical order of those persons. These are the so-called common links . Each of them is listed with the tradition(s) for the wording of which he can be held accountable, or with which he can at least be associated. Within each article, the traditions are referred to in bold figures in the numerical order as they were distilled from the more than 19,000 isn ds listed in Tu fat al-ashr f bi ma rifat al-a r f by the Syrian ad th scholar Yusuf b. Abd ar-Ra m n al-Mizz (d. 742/1341).Medieval commentaries as well as assorted biographical lexicons were drawn upon to illustrate the text of each tradition in all theological, social, legal and other noteworthy aspects discernible in it. Thus no details of eschatology, superstitions, miraculous phenomena, Jahili practices etc. were left without the clarifying comments of contemporary and later theologians, historians and ad th experts culled from such works as the Fat al-b r , a major commentary of Bukh r s a by Ibn ajar al- Asqal n (d. 852/1448) or the commentary by Ya ya b. Sharaf an-Nawaw (d. 676/1277) of the a of Muslim b. al- ajj j.The encyclopedia concludes with an exhaustive index and glossary of names and concepts, which functions at the same time as a concordance. In short, this work presents an indispensable sourcebook of the development of Islam in all its facets during the first three centuries since its foundation as reflected in canonical ad th.

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