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The first part of this article discusses what has been written on ‘Abd al-Malik al-Daylamī’s biography in Orientalist studies, using the work of Arthur Arberry, Gerhard Böwering and Pieter Coppens as examples.It also analyzes what was written about al-Daylamī in Persian Sufi studies, through...
Badīʿ al-Zamān al-Hamadhānī’s maqāmāt are very well known and of great interest to researchers, most of whom consider – according to the apparent meaning of the maqāmāt – that al-Hamadhānī’s attitude towards destiny is one of constant war and underestimation. This paper focuses on the maqāma...
The “weak” triliteral stems of Standard Arabic have been studied in considerable detail by Arab as well as Western grammarians. In most cases, however, the treatment has been largely limited to listing and classifying the primary data, which satisfies observational adequacy but fails to meet the...
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