A 2002 analysis of Islamic law as it was imposed on the people of the medieval Maghrib.
Table of Contents
Introduction; 1. Kadijustiz or Qadi-justice? A paternity dispute from fourteenth-century Morocco; 2. From Almohadism to Malikism: the case of al-Haskuri, the Mocking Jurist, c. 712–16/1312–16; 3. A riparian dispute in the Middle Atlas mountains, c. 683–824/1285–1421; 4. Conflicting conceptions of property in Fez, 741–826/1340–1423; 5. Preserving the Prophet's honor: Sharifism, Sufism and Malikism in Tlemcen, 843/1439; 6. On modes of judicial reasoning: two fatwas on Tawlij, c. 880/1475; Conclusion: the Mufti.
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