Louis Massignon The Crucible of Compassion by Mary Louise Gude

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  • Biography: general,
  • Islam,
  • Islamic studies,
  • Islamic History,
  • Middle East - History - 20th Century,
  • Biography & Autobiography,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Biography/Autobiography,
  • Middle East,
  • General,
  • Massignon, Louis,
  • Educators,
  • 1883-1962,
  • Biography,
  • France,
  • Massignon, Louis,,
  • Orientalists,
  • Scholars, Muslim

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The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages283
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10283409M
ISBN 10026801308X
ISBN 109780268013080

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Each volume contains Massignon's copious notes and new translations of original Islamic documents. Herbert Mason is University Professor of Religion and Islamic History at Boston University.

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Volume 1 of 4. Encompassing the whole milieu of early Islamic civilization, this major work of Western orientalism explores the meaning of the life and teaching of the tenth-century mystic and martyr, al-Hallaj. Get this from a library. Salmân Pâk and the spiritual beginnings of Iranian Islâm.

By Louis Massignon. Transl. from French by Jamashedji Maneckji Unvala. [Louis Massignon]. Louis Massignon was a French scholar of Islam and its history. Although a Catholic himself, he tried to understand Islam from within and thus had a great influence on the way Islam was seen in the West; among other things, he paved the way for a greater openness inside the Catholic Church towards Islam as it was documented in the pastoral Vatican II declaration Nostra Aetate/5.

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Anticipating the vision of Nostra Aetate, Louis Massignon () imagined and worked toward a revolution in the relationship between Muslims and Christians, from one poisoned by fear and rivalry to one rooted in mutual understanding and fraternal lifelong study of the Qur'an, Muhammad, Arabic, Sufism, and the Muslim mystic and martyr al-Hallâj (), who was executed.

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French Orientalism: The Mystique of Louis Massignon By David Pryce-Jones. Abstract: Louis Massignon revitalized for his contemporaries the assumptions that France was a Muslim power and that Jews had to fit into other peoples' conception of them, without right to any identity they might forge for themselves.

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Al-Hallaj (Arabic: ابو المغيث الحسين بن منصور الحلاج ‎ Abū 'l-Muġīth Al-Ḥusayn bin Manṣūr al-Ḥallāj) or Mansour Hallaj (Persian: منصور حلاج ‎ Mansūr-e Hallāj) (c. – 26 March ) (Hijri c. AH – AH) was a Persian mystic, poet and teacher of Sufism. He is best known for his saying: "I am the Truth" (Ana 'l-Ḥaqq), which many Born: CE, Fars.

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London and South Bend, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, xii + pages. n.p. Reviewed by Gerhard Bowering. Mary Louise Gude's biography of Louis Massignon () is written with a deep sense of admiration and with an elegant touch.

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