Introductory Studies in Usul al-Fiqh
An Annotated Translation of Imam al-Haramayn’s Waraqat
By Yusuf bin ‘Abd al-Malik,Abu al-Ma‘ali Imam al-Haramayn al-Juwayni
Translator : Mahmud Adam
Paperback 143 Pages
ISBN : 9780993004100
Publisher : The Imam Shafi'i Bookstore
Arabic - English
About The Book
Imam al-Haramayn’s Waraqat is one of the most famous primers in the subject of usul al-fiqh. Rarely does a student study this subject without studying this text. Its compact size and lucid passages make it an excellent read to gain a solid understanding of the most crucial discourses in this most important science.
This book contains the full Arabic original features along with its corresponding English translation and English translation features along with explanatory notes that elucidate the text in detail. This work was compiled to serve as an introductory level reader into the subject of usul al-fiqh.
The work is set in Linotype’s Corona, with the Arabic featuring in Lotus and printed on FSC accredited premium cream acid- free paper.
Usul al-fiqh is fiqh's general proofs and how to use them. The chapters of Usul al-fiqh are:
- types of speech,
- Commands' and prohibitions,
- General and specific wordings,
- Ambiguous and clarifying wordings,
- Manifest and probabilistic indications,
- Abrogating and abrogated texts,
- Scholarly consensus,
- Communicated reports,
- Unlawfulness and permissibility,
- The order of proofs,
- The qualities of the Mufti and the Mustafti, and
- The rules pertaining to mujtahids.
About The Author
Imam al-Haramayn Dhia' ul-Din Abd al-Malik ibn Yusuf al-Juwayni al-Shafi'i (419-478 AH). Born in a village on the outskirts of Nishapur in Iran.
He was a prominent Muslim scholar known for his gifted intellect in Islamic legal matters. His father, Abu Muhammad 'Abdallah bin Yusef al-Juwayni was a well-known master of Law in the Shafi'i community as well as a Shafi'i teacher and his elder brother, Abu'l-Hasan 'Ali al-Juwayni, was a Sufi teacher of Hadith.
Al-Juwayni traveled to Mecca and Medina in search of an interim home. He taught and studied there in Hijaz for four years. During this time, al-Juwayni became very popular because of his father's prominence in the scholarly world.
He was invited back to Nishapur by the founder of the Shafii Madrasa, Khwaja Nizam al-Mulk. Upon his return, he was appointed to teach the doctrine of the Ash'arites at the Nizamiyya Madrasa until he died in 478 AH.
Imam Al-Juwayni was the teacher of one of the most influential scholars in the Islamic tradition, particularly Sufism, Imam al-Ghazali.
He was a master of the Qurán and Hadith texts in addition to being well versed in the particular school of Shafi'i and theological practices of the Ash'arite persuasion.
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