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 Post subject: Re: Abrogation bibliography
PostPosted: 26 Apr 2014, 19:54 
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Pragmatic wrote:
I wish we could dig up some of the original writings about abrogation of two scholars:

  • Shah Waliullah (the widely respected scholar who reduced the number of abrogated verses to 5).

  • Abu-Muslim Al-Asfahani (the often dismissed early scholar who does not believe in the abrogation doctrine in principle).

I have not been successful in my search so far.

You found both, as you told me. Thanks for your perseverance. Shah waliullah (Dehlvi)'s book is available at https://ia601001.us.archive.org/33/items/abuyaala_fawz_dahlawi/fawz_dahlawi.pdf and Al-Asfahaani's exegesis is available at http://www.4shared.com/file/60343575/cfd450d1/___.html. Here are its particulars,
تفسير أبي مسلم الأصفهاني (موسوعة تفاسير المعتزلة ٢)، أبو مسلم الأصفهاني، الأصل مفقود ، حوالي 900 م

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 Post subject: Re: Abrogation bibliography
PostPosted: 08 Jun 2014, 17:07 
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I got Ibn Al`Arabi's book and I'm studying it now. Here is its information,

الناسخ والمنسوخ، محمد بن عبد الله ابن العربي المعافري، تحقيق رضى فرج الهمامي، المكتبة العصرية، صيدا، لبنان، 2005

ISBN 9953-34-218-0

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 Post subject: Re: Abrogation bibliography
PostPosted: 03 Jan 2015, 19:59 
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Al-Jabri, in his book الناسخ والمنسوخ بين الإثبات والنفي, pages 121-126, lists several authors who have been cited by pro-abrogation scholars and says that their original writings about abrogation are nowhere to be found, or only a few pages have survived from their books that do not allow a correct deduction of what they meant by naskh. Among these names are prominent scholars often cited by the pro-abrogation folk, such as Qataada, Az-Zuhri, `Ataa' Al-Khuraasaani, Ibn Zayd, Ibn Al-Anbaari, Ibn Al-Hasaar and Al-Ajhoori.

However, he also included Abu-`Ubayd Al-Qaasin ibn Salaam in that list and we know that his book is available in its entirety.

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