The studies collected in this volume show that by careful analysis of the texts and the chains of transmission, the history of Muslim traditions can be reconstructed with a high degree of probability and their historicity assessed afresh.
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Harald Motzki, Ph.D. (1978) in Islamic Studies, University of Bonn, is Professor of Islamic Studies at Radboud University Nijmegen. He has published extensively on Muslim traditions and Islamic social and legal history. Nicolet Boekhoff-van der Voort, MA (1996) in Arabic and Islamic Studies, Radboud University Nijmegen. She has nearly completed her Ph.D. thesis on the biography of the Prophet Muhammad compiled by Ibn Shihab al-Zuhri. Sean W. Anthony, Ph.D. (2009) in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago, is currently revising his Ph.D. thesis on Ibn Saba' and the origins of Shi'ism for publication.
Preface 1. THE JURISPRUDENCE OF IBN SHIHAB AL-ZUHRI. A SOURCE-CRITICAL STUDY, Harald Motzki 2. WHITHER HADITH STUDIES?, Harald Motzki 3. THE PROPHET AND THE DEBTORS. A HADITH ANALYSIS UNDER SCRUTINY, Harald Motzki 4. AL-RADD 'ALA L-RADD: CONCERNING THE METHOD OF HADITH ANALYSIS, Harald Motzki 5. THE ORIGINS OF MUSLIM EXEGESIS. A DEBATE, Harald Motzki 6. THE RAID OF THE HUDHAYL: IBN SHIHAB AL-ZUHRI'S VERSION OF THE EVENT, Nicolet Boekhoff-van der Voort 7. CRIME AND PUNISHMENT IN EARLY MEDINA: THE ORIGINS OF A MAGHAZI-TRADITION, Sean W. Anthony Bibliography Index
World Prize for the Book of the Year of the Islamic Republic of Iran, February 2012.
"The thesis of the volume [...] is that a careful analysis if isnad (chain of transmittars) and matn (text) will afford a fairer reconstruction of the history of hadith and indeed its probative value as a historical source [...] Overall, this is a significant work which has succesfully challenged and thrown into relief many of the erroneous and inaccurate postulations that have held sway [...] in hadith, exegetical and jurisprudential studies."
Amidu Olekan Sami in JOAS 22 (2013), 366-368.
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