The Resource An introduction to the science of the Ḥadīth : Kitab Maʻrifat anwāʻ ʻilm al-ḥadīth, Ibn al-Ṣalāḥ al-Shahrazūrī ; translated by Eerik Dickinson ; reviewed by Muneer Fareed

An introduction to the science of the Ḥadīth : Kitab Maʻrifat anwāʻ ʻilm al-ḥadīth, Ibn al-Ṣalāḥ al-Shahrazūrī ; translated by Eerik Dickinson ; reviewed by Muneer Fareed

Label
An introduction to the science of the Ḥadīth : Kitab Maʻrifat anwāʻ ʻilm al-ḥadīth
Title
An introduction to the science of the Ḥadīth
Title remainder
Kitab Maʻrifat anwāʻ ʻilm al-ḥadīth
Statement of responsibility
Ibn al-Ṣalāḥ al-Shahrazūrī ; translated by Eerik Dickinson ; reviewed by Muneer Fareed
Title variation
Kitab Maʻrifat anwāʻ ʻilm al-ḥadīth
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • ara
  • eng
Member of
Cataloging source
UKM
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1181 or 2-1245
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Ibn al-Ṣalāḥ al-Shahrazūrī, ʻUthmān ibn ʻAbd al-Raḥmān
Dewey number
297.1/24061
Index
index present
Language note
Translated from the Arabic
LC call number
BP135
LC item number
.I21913 2005
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Dickinson, Eerik
  • Centre for Muslim Contribution to Civilization
Series statement
Great books of Islamic civilisation
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Hadith
  • Hadith
  • Hadith
  • *Hadīth
  • *Hadīth
Label
An introduction to the science of the Ḥadīth : Kitab Maʻrifat anwāʻ ʻilm al-ḥadīth, Ibn al-Ṣalāḥ al-Shahrazūrī ; translated by Eerik Dickinson ; reviewed by Muneer Fareed
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Category 5.
  • Category 50.
  • Names and paidonymics
  • Category 51.
  • paidonymics of those better known under their name, rather than their paidonymic
  • Category 52.
  • Nicknames of transmitters of hadith and other people mentioned with the transmitters
  • Category 53.
  • Homographic names and gentilics, and related matters
  • Category 54.
  • Homonymic names, gentilics, and so forth
  • Uninterrupted hadith
  • Category 55.
  • category composed of the two previous categories
  • Category 56.
  • Transmitters resembling one another in name and lineage who are distinguished by the relative position of the names of the son and father
  • Category 57.
  • Those whose lineage refers to someone other than their father
  • Category 58.
  • Gentilics the actual significance of which differs from the apparent one which first comes to mind
  • Category 59.
  • Obscure references
  • Category 6.
  • Category 60.
  • dates of transmitters
  • Category 61.
  • Reliable and weak transmitters of hadith
  • Category 62.
  • Reliable transmitters who confused their hadith at the end of their life
  • Category 63.
  • generations of transmitters and scholars
  • Category 64.
  • Transmitters of hadith and other scholars who were clients
  • Raised hadith
  • Category 65.
  • residences and lands of transmitters
  • Category 7.
  • Halted hadith
  • Category 8.
  • Cut-off hadith
  • Category 9.
  • Loose hadith
  • Category 1.
  • Category 10.
  • Interrupted hadith
  • Category 11.
  • Problematic hadith
  • Category 12.
  • Misrepresentation and the treatment of misrepresented hadith
  • Category 13.
  • Anomalous hadith
  • Category 14.
  • Unfamiliar hadith
  • Sound hadith
  • Category 15.
  • Analysis, parallelisms and attestations
  • Category 16.
  • Additions of reliable transmitters and the treatment of them
  • Category 17.
  • Isolated hadith
  • Category 18.
  • Defective hadith
  • Category 19.
  • Disrupted hadith
  • Category 2.
  • Category 20.
  • Material interpolated into hadith
  • Category 21.
  • Forged hadith
  • Category 22.
  • Mixed-up hadith
  • Category 23.
  • characteristic of those whose transmission is accepted and those whose transmission is rejected, and the allied subjects of impugning and discrediting, and certifying and accrediting
  • Category 24.
  • methods of hearing and receiving hadith, and the manner of registering these
  • Fair hadith
  • Category 25.
  • On the writing of hadith and the means of fixing and recording texts
  • Category 26.
  • On the manner of relating hadith and the stipulations regarding the conveyance of them, and related matters
  • Category 27.
  • Guidelines for the transmitter of hadith
  • Category 28.
  • Guidelines for the student of hadith
  • Category 29.
  • Elevated and low isnads
  • Category 3.
  • Category 30.
  • Famous hadith
  • Category 31.
  • Rare and scarce hadith
  • Category 32.
  • Rare words in the hadith
  • Category 33.
  • Enchained hadith
  • Category 34.
  • Abrogating and abrogated hadith
  • Weak hadith
  • Category 35.
  • Misreadings in the isnads and texts of hadith
  • Category 36.
  • Contradictory hadith
  • Category 37.
  • Additions to cohesive isnads
  • Category 38.
  • Hadith with hidden looseness
  • Category 39.
  • companions
  • Category 4.
  • Category 40.
  • followers
  • Category 41.
  • Older people transmitting hadith from younger ones
  • Category 42.
  • Symmetrical transmissions, and other instances of peers transmitting from one another
  • Category 43.
  • Brothers and sisters among scholars and transmitters
  • Category 44.
  • transmission by fathers from their sons
  • Supported hadith
  • Category 45.
  • transmission by sons from their fathers
  • Category 46.
  • Those from whom two transmitters, one early and one late, both relate
  • Category 47.
  • Companions, followers and later figures from whom only a single transmitter related hadith
  • Category 48.
  • Those who are referred to by different names or varying epithets
  • Category 49.
  • Unique names, nicknames and paidonymics of the companions, transmitters of hadith, and other scholars
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxvi, 356 p.
Isbn
9781859641583
Isbn Type
(pbk., c2006)
Lccn
2006271926
System control number
  • (CaMWU)u1974402-01umb_inst
  • 1829784
  • (OCoLC)56459268
Label
An introduction to the science of the Ḥadīth : Kitab Maʻrifat anwāʻ ʻilm al-ḥadīth, Ibn al-Ṣalāḥ al-Shahrazūrī ; translated by Eerik Dickinson ; reviewed by Muneer Fareed
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Category 5.
  • Category 50.
  • Names and paidonymics
  • Category 51.
  • paidonymics of those better known under their name, rather than their paidonymic
  • Category 52.
  • Nicknames of transmitters of hadith and other people mentioned with the transmitters
  • Category 53.
  • Homographic names and gentilics, and related matters
  • Category 54.
  • Homonymic names, gentilics, and so forth
  • Uninterrupted hadith
  • Category 55.
  • category composed of the two previous categories
  • Category 56.
  • Transmitters resembling one another in name and lineage who are distinguished by the relative position of the names of the son and father
  • Category 57.
  • Those whose lineage refers to someone other than their father
  • Category 58.
  • Gentilics the actual significance of which differs from the apparent one which first comes to mind
  • Category 59.
  • Obscure references
  • Category 6.
  • Category 60.
  • dates of transmitters
  • Category 61.
  • Reliable and weak transmitters of hadith
  • Category 62.
  • Reliable transmitters who confused their hadith at the end of their life
  • Category 63.
  • generations of transmitters and scholars
  • Category 64.
  • Transmitters of hadith and other scholars who were clients
  • Raised hadith
  • Category 65.
  • residences and lands of transmitters
  • Category 7.
  • Halted hadith
  • Category 8.
  • Cut-off hadith
  • Category 9.
  • Loose hadith
  • Category 1.
  • Category 10.
  • Interrupted hadith
  • Category 11.
  • Problematic hadith
  • Category 12.
  • Misrepresentation and the treatment of misrepresented hadith
  • Category 13.
  • Anomalous hadith
  • Category 14.
  • Unfamiliar hadith
  • Sound hadith
  • Category 15.
  • Analysis, parallelisms and attestations
  • Category 16.
  • Additions of reliable transmitters and the treatment of them
  • Category 17.
  • Isolated hadith
  • Category 18.
  • Defective hadith
  • Category 19.
  • Disrupted hadith
  • Category 2.
  • Category 20.
  • Material interpolated into hadith
  • Category 21.
  • Forged hadith
  • Category 22.
  • Mixed-up hadith
  • Category 23.
  • characteristic of those whose transmission is accepted and those whose transmission is rejected, and the allied subjects of impugning and discrediting, and certifying and accrediting
  • Category 24.
  • methods of hearing and receiving hadith, and the manner of registering these
  • Fair hadith
  • Category 25.
  • On the writing of hadith and the means of fixing and recording texts
  • Category 26.
  • On the manner of relating hadith and the stipulations regarding the conveyance of them, and related matters
  • Category 27.
  • Guidelines for the transmitter of hadith
  • Category 28.
  • Guidelines for the student of hadith
  • Category 29.
  • Elevated and low isnads
  • Category 3.
  • Category 30.
  • Famous hadith
  • Category 31.
  • Rare and scarce hadith
  • Category 32.
  • Rare words in the hadith
  • Category 33.
  • Enchained hadith
  • Category 34.
  • Abrogating and abrogated hadith
  • Weak hadith
  • Category 35.
  • Misreadings in the isnads and texts of hadith
  • Category 36.
  • Contradictory hadith
  • Category 37.
  • Additions to cohesive isnads
  • Category 38.
  • Hadith with hidden looseness
  • Category 39.
  • companions
  • Category 4.
  • Category 40.
  • followers
  • Category 41.
  • Older people transmitting hadith from younger ones
  • Category 42.
  • Symmetrical transmissions, and other instances of peers transmitting from one another
  • Category 43.
  • Brothers and sisters among scholars and transmitters
  • Category 44.
  • transmission by fathers from their sons
  • Supported hadith
  • Category 45.
  • transmission by sons from their fathers
  • Category 46.
  • Those from whom two transmitters, one early and one late, both relate
  • Category 47.
  • Companions, followers and later figures from whom only a single transmitter related hadith
  • Category 48.
  • Those who are referred to by different names or varying epithets
  • Category 49.
  • Unique names, nicknames and paidonymics of the companions, transmitters of hadith, and other scholars
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxvi, 356 p.
Isbn
9781859641583
Isbn Type
(pbk., c2006)
Lccn
2006271926
System control number
  • (CaMWU)u1974402-01umb_inst
  • 1829784
  • (OCoLC)56459268

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