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Love Theory in Later Hanbalite Islam
Love Theory in Later Hanbalite Islam
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Joseph N. Bell - Author
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Hardcover - 280 pages
Release Date: June 1979
ISBN10: 0-87395-244-8
ISBN13: 978-0-87395-244-6

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Table of Contents

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Acknowledgments

1.  Introduction

2.  Selection and Organization of Literary Material: Ibn Al Jawzi's Dhamm al-Hawa

3.  The Reaction to Ash'arism: Ibn Taymiya

4.  Divine Will and Love in the Theology of Ibn Taymiya

5.  Ibn Taymiya on Love Between God and Man

6.  Love in the Works of Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziya

7.  Affinity, Beneficence, and Beauty

8.  Glances, Gazing, and the Vision

9.  The Kinds and Stages of Love

10.  The Lingering Tradition: Mar' b. Yusuf's Munyat al-Muhibbin

11.  Epilogue: Nomos, Eros, and Thelema

Appendix: On Links with Romance Poetry  

Glossary of Arabic Terms

Notes

Bibliography

Index


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