Hagarism : the making of the Islamic world

Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1977. Paperback. Octavo in glossy green illus paper wrapes; ix, 268 pages ; 23 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 237-258) and index. Ex-library with usual markings; else very good. Pages clean, binding tight. Ex-library with usual markings; else very good. Pages clean, binding tight. Item #88183
ISBN: 0521297540

Contents: PART 1. WHENCE ISLAM?: 1. Judeo-Hagarism ; 2. Hagarism without Judaism ; 3. The Prophet like Moses ; 4. The Samaritan calques ; 5. Babylonia ; Appendix 1. The Kenite ; reason and custom -- PART 2. THE COLLISION: 8. The preconditions for the formation of Islamic civilisation ; 9. The fate of Antiquity: I. The Hagarisation of the Fertile Crescent ; 10. The fate of Antiquity: II. The cultural expropriation of the Fertile Crescent ; 11. The fate of Antiquity: III. The intransigence of Islamic civilization ; 12. The gate of Hagarism ; 13. Sadducee Islam ; 14. The austerity of Islamic history ; Appendix 2. Lex Fufia Caninia and the Muslim law of bequests -- Notes to the text.

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