This pioneering study examines the process of reasoning in Islamic law. By analyzing rulings from the Hanafi school, the author interrogates whether sacred law operated differently from secular law, why laws changed, and how different cultural and historical settings impacted on the development of legal rulings. The result is a fascinating overview of the evolution of Islamic law and the role of its jurists.a#39;Aa#39;isha aused to lead women for supererogatory prayers (tataivwua#39;an), standing in the middle of the row.a4 Al-Shaybani adds, aWe would not like (la yua#39;jibunii) a woman to lead, but if she does, she must stand in the middle of the row with theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Logic of Law Making in Islam|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2013-02-11|