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1. Duʾāʿ nayl al-maqāṣid150 vv. Opens: Bi’smi ’llāhi bi’ismik al-mufradī * Bihi badaʾtu li-nayl al-maqāṣidī.MS: Niamey, 169....

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Ahmed (1988b), 101. From Dawway (Wallo), 1. al-Maqāsiḍ al-wafiyya fī sharḥ al-Ājurrūmiyya.Comm. on Ājurrūmiyya of Ibn Ājurrūm.Publ. Cairo, n.d....

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known as al-ḥājj Sunna Kulū, fl. 1348/1929 MS: Niamey, 430. Director of the Madrasat al-Mutaʿallimīn; apparently lived near Dosso.A Tijānī leader who received authorization from Alfa Hāshim on 18 Muḥarram 1348/26 June 1929. 1. Iʿlām al-qabāʾil min al-ʿajāʾib bi-lā al-najwā bi-maqāṣid Allāh li

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A lesser-known son of the wazir Muḥammad al-Bukhārī. 1. Abyāt al-tawassul: Ashkū ilā ’l-Raḥmāni mā * Fī ’l-jism min ʿirqin muḍirrī.MSS: Ibadan (CAD), 90 (copy in Ibadan (UL), 590); Sokoto (WJC), 13/11. 2. Maqāṣid al-muḥibb.Poem, on which his brother Junayd wrote a taʿlīq. See Ahmad (1981), 105

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, even oppositional, epistemes, with the latter signifying real knowledge, rational, objective and scientific, and the former, simply ‘religious.’ The 1896 law enshrined this distinction further by reclassifying “religious” subjects as ‘ objects of study’ [ al-maqāṣid ], and all other disciplines

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, Maktabat al-iršād, 1971-77, V, p. 254-8; Šams al-Dīn al-Saḫāwī, al-Maqāṣid al-ḥasana fī bayān kaṯīr min al-aḥādīṯ al-muštahira ʿalā l-alsina , éd. M. ʿUṯmān al-Ḫušt, Beyrouth, Dār al-kitāb al-ʿarabī, 1405/1985, p. 547-8, n° 898; al-Ġarrāḥī l-ʿAǧlūnī, Kašf al-ḫafāʾ wa-muzīl al-ilbās ʿammā štahara ʿalā

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in 1936 in favor of the Arab press in Morocco (“Mafhūm al-iṣlāh fī al-kitābah al-ṣaḥafiyyah bi-madīnat Salā” in al-Adab al-maghribī al-ḥadīth: ʿ alamāt wa-maqāṣid (Rabat: Manshūrāt Rabiṭat Udabāʾ al-Maghrib 2006), 21). 23 Risālat al-Maghrib was published with the subtitle of “Fī al- ʿ ilm wa

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formule est analysée par les grammairiens comme supposant une ellipse : yā [dāra mayya] slamī . Cf. al-Ḥasan b. Qāsim al-Murādī, Tawḍīḥ al-maqāsīd wa-l-masālik bi-šarḥ Alfiyyat Ibn Mālik , Beyrouth, Dār al-fikr al-ʿarabī, 2008, I , p. 493. 62 Al-Iṣfahānī, Kitāb al-Aġānī , XI , p. 195. 63 Hachem Foda

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), which dealt, as the title suggests, with muḥdath poetry. In addition, the sources hold that Abū Hilāl al-ʿAskarī compiled a Ḥamāsah whose existence is fully attested by al-ʿAynī (d. 855/1451) in his al-Maqāṣid al-naḥwiyyah (The Grammatical Aims) and used by al-ʿUbaydī in al-Ḥamāsah al

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. Pellat). - LAZAR Ahmed, thèse principale: Ibn al-Mu'tazz; l'homme et l'o?uvre (prof. Pellat). - Mme SAKATY Fatm6, thèse compl6- mentaire : Edition, introduction et annotation du manuscrit en langue arabe: « Irsad al-Qasid ila Asna al-Maqasid pay Abu 'Abd Allah ?ams ad-din Sa lid al-A nsari (connu sous le

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