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Sufi Hermeneutics

KEELER (Annabel), Sufi Hermeneutics, The Qur’an Commentary of Rashid al-Din Maybudi, Oxford, Oxford University Press/the Institute of Ismaili Studies, ("Qur’anic Studies"), 2007, 416 p. ISBN 9780199214785.

L’auteure

Annabel Keeler est chercheure associée au Wolfson College de l’Université de Cambridge.

Présentation

The author explores the interplay between scriptural exegesis and mystical doctrine in a twelfth-century Sufi commentary on the Qur’an. Previously little-known outside the Persian-speaking world, it is increasingly recognized as a key work in the development of Sufi Qur’anic interpretation. Dr Keeler provides invaluable background for anyone wanting to gain a deeper understanding of Persian mystical poetry and prose, and other major works of Sufi literature.

Table des matières
Foreword , Frank Bowering Preface Note on transliteration Introduction

Part One : Hermeneutics
The Hermeneutics of the Kashf al-asrar The Hermeneutics of Mystical Commentary

Part Two : Mystical Doctrine
The Development of Love Mysticism in Khurasan God and the Creation Aspects of Spiritual Guidance Mystical Theology and the Way of Love

Part Three : Maybudi’s Mystical Interpretation of the Stories of the Prophets
Prolegomenon : Prophets in the Qur’an and in Sufi Exegesis The Story of Abraham The Story of Moses The Story of Joseph

Conclusion Bibliography Index of Qur’anic citations Index

(Oxford University Press)

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