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Symposia Proceedings

The Maqāsid Centre organises symposia on various aspects and topics related to the Islamic philosophy of law, which aim to broaden the horizons of knowledge on Islamic studies and develop new theories and methodologies in Islamic law.

Al-Furqan selects and publishes the proceedings of, and studies derived from, these symposia.


Arts in the Light of Maqāṣid al-Sharīʿah

Edited by Ibrahim El-Bayomi Ghanem

This book comprises the proceedings of the Symposium, titled “The arts in light of the objectives of Islamic law”, organised by the Centre for the Study of the Philosophy of Islamic Law at Al-Furqān Islamic Heritage Foundation, on Saturday, 5th and Sunday, 6th November 2016, in Istanbul, Turkey. The importance of . . .



The Activation of Sharīʿah Objectives in the Political Sphere (Research articles)

By Mohamed Salim El-Awa

This publication comprises thirteen studies presented at the symposium titled “Activating the Sharīʿah Objectives (maqāṣid) in the Political Sphere”, which was organised in 2013 by the Centre for the Study of the Philosophy of Islamic Law, in cooperation with the Tunisian Ministry of Religious Affairs and the Tunisia branch of . . .



Purposes and Reasoning in the Islamic Law: Theory and Applications

By Various Contributors, Edited by Jasser Auda

This book comprises the collection of papers and studies presented at the conference on “Purposes and Reasoning in the Islamic Law”, organised in Cairo, in October 2007, by the Centre for the Study of the Philosophy of Islamic Law (a branch of Al-Furqān Foundation). Papers fell under two categories: 1. The methodology . . .


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