- Title Pages
- Series Editors’ Preface
- Introduction: Theoretical Orientation and Methodology
- 1 Hermeneutic Theory and Practice Theory in the Study of Cultural, Legal, and Religious Traditions
- 2 Higher Religious Learning in Modern Egypt
- 3 Sharīʿa, Sunna, and Ethics
- 4 Acquiring Knowledge through Companionship (<i>Ṣuḥba</i>)
- 5 The <i>Sanad</i>
- 6 Taking from the Mouths of <i>Shaykhs</i> (<i>Mushāfaha</i>)
- 7 The Structure of Islamic Legal Thought
- 8 Reorganizing Time and Space
- 9 Transforming the Act of Reading
- 10 Salafism and Wasaṭism
- Conclusion: Rethinking the Islamic Legal Tradition
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