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Law and the Islamization of Morocco under the Almoravids : The Fatwas of Ibn Rushd Al-Jadd to the Far Maghrib.

By: Series: Studies in the History and Society of the Maghrib SerPublisher: Leiden : BRILL, 2014Copyright date: ©2015Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (217 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9789004279841
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Law and the Islamization of Morocco under the Almoravids : The Fatwas of Ibn Rushd Al-Jadd to the Far MaghribDDC classification:
  • 340.59
LOC classification:
  • KSW130 .G66 2014
Online resources:
Contents:
Intro -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Introduction -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Historical and Historiographical Background -- 3 The Muftī -- 4 Urban Development of the Far Maghrib -- 5 Mālikī Law and Custom in the Far Maghrib -- 6 The Development of the Network and Its Activity as seen through al-Wansharīsī's Miʿyār and Qāḍī Iyāḍ's Tartīb al-Madārik -- 7 Book Structure -- Chapter 1 -- Fatwās to Marrakesh: Regulation of the City Market and the Symbolic Authority of Mālikī Learning -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Founding and Development of Marrakesh -- 3 The Motor of Gold: Two Questions Involving Gold Exchange -- 4 Mediating Exchange: Two Questions over Commercial Disputes -- 5 Transmitting and Developing Juristic Knowledge: Two Questions Resolving Contradictions within the School -- 6 The Symbolic Religious Authority of Cordoba: the Case of the Man who Wouldn't Remove his Turban and the Case of the Apostate -- Chapter 2 -- Fatwās to the Far Maghrib: Ibn Rushd's Consultations for the Amīr and Cases of Murder and Stolen Cattle -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Questions from the Almoravid Leadership: On the Permissibility of Ashʿarism and the Exceptionalism of the Islamic Maghrib -- 3 Two Technical Questions from al-ʿIdwa: Ritual and Murder -- 4 The Islamicization of Property: Partitioning and Gifts from Plunder -- Chapter 3 -- Fatwās to Ceuta: Water Rights, Judicial Review, and Ibn Rushd's Correspondence with al-Qāḍī ʿIyāḍ -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Historical Background -- 3 The Qāḍī -- 4 Islamic Water Law -- 5 The First Ruling -- 6 The Case Re-opened: Judicial Review and Avoiding Harm -- 7 ʿIyāḍ's Case Part II: Riparian Dispute, Avoiding Harm, and Water Rights Adjudication -- Epilogue -- Appendix A: Breakdown of the Fatwās in al-Wansharīsī's Miʿyār by Subject and Region -- Appendix B: Fatwās Chapter One -- Appendix C: Fatwās Chapter Two.
Appendix D: Fatwā Chapter Three, The Case of the Gardeners vs. the Miller -- Bibliography -- Index.
Summary: Law and the Islamization of Morocco under the Almoravids. The Fatwās of Ibn Rushd al-Jadd to the Far Maghrib investigates the development of legal institutions in the Far Maghrib during its unification with al-Andalus under the Almoravids (434-530/1042-1147).
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Intro -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Introduction -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Historical and Historiographical Background -- 3 The Muftī -- 4 Urban Development of the Far Maghrib -- 5 Mālikī Law and Custom in the Far Maghrib -- 6 The Development of the Network and Its Activity as seen through al-Wansharīsī's Miʿyār and Qāḍī Iyāḍ's Tartīb al-Madārik -- 7 Book Structure -- Chapter 1 -- Fatwās to Marrakesh: Regulation of the City Market and the Symbolic Authority of Mālikī Learning -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Founding and Development of Marrakesh -- 3 The Motor of Gold: Two Questions Involving Gold Exchange -- 4 Mediating Exchange: Two Questions over Commercial Disputes -- 5 Transmitting and Developing Juristic Knowledge: Two Questions Resolving Contradictions within the School -- 6 The Symbolic Religious Authority of Cordoba: the Case of the Man who Wouldn't Remove his Turban and the Case of the Apostate -- Chapter 2 -- Fatwās to the Far Maghrib: Ibn Rushd's Consultations for the Amīr and Cases of Murder and Stolen Cattle -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Questions from the Almoravid Leadership: On the Permissibility of Ashʿarism and the Exceptionalism of the Islamic Maghrib -- 3 Two Technical Questions from al-ʿIdwa: Ritual and Murder -- 4 The Islamicization of Property: Partitioning and Gifts from Plunder -- Chapter 3 -- Fatwās to Ceuta: Water Rights, Judicial Review, and Ibn Rushd's Correspondence with al-Qāḍī ʿIyāḍ -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Historical Background -- 3 The Qāḍī -- 4 Islamic Water Law -- 5 The First Ruling -- 6 The Case Re-opened: Judicial Review and Avoiding Harm -- 7 ʿIyāḍ's Case Part II: Riparian Dispute, Avoiding Harm, and Water Rights Adjudication -- Epilogue -- Appendix A: Breakdown of the Fatwās in al-Wansharīsī's Miʿyār by Subject and Region -- Appendix B: Fatwās Chapter One -- Appendix C: Fatwās Chapter Two.

Appendix D: Fatwā Chapter Three, The Case of the Gardeners vs. the Miller -- Bibliography -- Index.

Law and the Islamization of Morocco under the Almoravids. The Fatwās of Ibn Rushd al-Jadd to the Far Maghrib investigates the development of legal institutions in the Far Maghrib during its unification with al-Andalus under the Almoravids (434-530/1042-1147).

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