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L’histoire de la judicature musulmane revisitée: l’exercice de la justice sous les Abbassides

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Abstract While it is true that little is known about justice (qaḍāʾ) and how it functioned in the first century of Islam, this is no longer the case for Iraq during the Abbasid period (up to the arrival of the Būyids in 334/945), the subject of Mathieu Tillier’s recent study. In the following pages, I will provide a presentation that traces, chapter by chapter, the history of the judicial institution during this period according to the author’s outline, both in the evolution of its practices and of its means of expression and in its troubled relationship, often one of subordination to political power. When necessary, I will examine points that seem subject to debate and I will suggest some small improvements and formal corrections.

Affiliations: 1: CNRS (IRHT)


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