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The Quʼran as text

Author: Stefan Wild
Publisher: Leiden ; New York : E.J. Brill, 1996.
Series: Islamic philosophy, theology, and science, v. 27.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book contains the updated papers of the international symposium 'The Quran as Text' which was held at the University of Bonn in November 1993. This collection intends to break away from the nineteenth-century paradigm of 'influence', which seems largely exhausted but still dominates Quranic studies. Instead, this collection focusses on the literary, the intertextual and the receptional aspects of the Quranic
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Quʼran as text.
Leiden ; New York : E.J. Brill, 1996
(OCoLC)609308623
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Stefan Wild
ISBN: 9004103449 9789004103443
OCLC Number: 32737967
Language Note: In English, French, and German with translations into English.
Notes: In English, French, and German with translations into English.
"A symposium on the 'Qurʼan as text' which was held in Bonn from the 17th to the 21st of November 1993"--Preface.
Description: xi, 298 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Muḥammad, le Coran et les "contraintes de l'histoire" / Claude Gilliot --
Können die verschollenen Korantexte der Frühzeit durch nichtkanonische Lesarten rekonstruiert werden? / Omar Hamdan --
Schwüre in den mekkanischen Suren / Lamya Kandil --
Medinensische Einschübe in mekkanischen Suren : ein Arbeitsbericht / Tilman Nagel --
Vom Rezitationstext über die Liturgie zum Kanon : zu Entstehung und Wiederauflösung der Surenkomposition im Verlauf der Entwicklung eines islamischen Kultus / Angelika Neuwirth --
Observations on early Qurʼan manuscripts in Ṣanʻāʼ / Gerd R. Puin --
'Iʻğāz al-Qurʼān' im Koran? / Matthias Radscheit --
The commerce of eschatology / Andrew Rippin --
"We have sent down to thee the book with the truth ..." : spatial and temporal implications of the Qurʼanic concepts of nuzūl, tanzīl, and ʼinzāl / Stefan Wild --
"A Treasury of Heresies" : Christian polemics against the Koran / Hartmut Bobzin --
Verbal inspiration? : language and revelation in classical Islamic theology / Josef van Ess --
Method of thematic interpretation of the Qurʼan / Hassan Hanafi --
Revelation in its aesthetic dimension : some notes about apostles and artists in Islamic and Christian culture / Navid Kermani --
Neue Materialien zur tafsīr-Forschung in der Moscheebibliothek von Qairawān / Miklos Muranyi --
Wurzeln der Schwierigketi innerislamischen Gesprächs über neue hermeneutische Zugänge zum Korantext / Rotraud Wielandt.
Series Title: Islamic philosophy, theology, and science, v. 27.
Responsibility: edited by Stefan Wild.

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