The Heterodoxies of the Shiites According to Ibn Hazm (Hardcover)
In this groundbreaking work of scholarship, Friedlaender presents a meticulous analysis of the religious beliefs and practices of the Shia sect of Islam, as described in the writings of renowned medieval theologian Ibn Hazm. Through careful examination of Ibn Hazm's treatises on Shia doctrine, Friedlaender sheds new light on the complex and often misunderstood world of early Islamic thought.
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