The Quʼran as Text

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Stefan Wild
BRILL, 1996 - 298 Seiten
This book contains the updated papers of an international symposium "The Qur'an as Text" which was held at the University of Bonn in November 1993. This collection intends to break away from the 19th-century paradigm of "influences," which seems largely exhausted but still dominates Qur'anic studies. Instead, this collection focuses on the literary, the intertextual and the receptional aspects of the Qur'anic text. A new approach to the holy book of Islam in the light of modern hermeneutics which is based on modern methods of literary history, text-linguistics, and aesthetics can open the door for a new and more adequate understanding of the Qur'an, its role for Islamic religion, and its unique place in the history of world religions today.
 

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Muhammad le Coran et les contraintes de lhistoire
3
Können die verschollenen Korantexte der Frühzeit durch
27
Schwüre in den mekkanischen Suren
41
Medinensische Einschübe in mekkanischen Suren Ein
59
Zu Ent
69
Observations on Early Quran Manuscripts in Sanä?
107
Igäz alQurän im Koran?
113
The Commerce of Eschatology
125
Christian polemics against
157
Verbal Inspiration? Language and revelation in classical
177
Method of Thematic Interpretation of the Quran
195
Some notes about
213
Wurzeln der Schwierigkeit innerislamischen Gesprächs über
257
HARTMUT BoBzIN
283
Index of Quranic references
297
Urheberrecht

We have sent down to thee the book with the truth
137

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Über den Autor (1996)

Stefan Wild is Professor of Semitic Languages and Islamic Studies at the University of Bonn. He has worked on Comparative Semitics, Arabic language and Arabic literature and is editor-in-chief of "Die Welt des Islams. International Journal for the Study of Modern Islam," (Brill).

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