Philosophical perspectives on modern Qur'ānic exegesis: key paradigms and concepts

Bristol, CT: Equinox (2016)
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Abstract

Part One: The problems of modern hermeneutics of the Qur'ān: 1. What is hermeneutics? -- 2. The Qur'ān as event -- 3. Tafsīr and ta'wīl -- 4. Symbolism -- 5. Being and language -- 6. Literary hermeneutics -- 7. Structure and historicity -- 8. Scientific hermeneutics -- 9. The translation of the Qur'ān as hermeneutical exercise -- 10. Hermeneutics and praxis -- Conclusion -- Part two: The Qur'ān and phenomenology: 1. Introduction -- 2. A phenomenological path in the Qur'ān -- Conclusion: From hermeneutics to praxis -- Bibliography -- Index.

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