school of thought


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Only the record of the Deobandi school of thought is well documented.
He said if school of thought allows one Banking service, other rejects; to overcome this phenomenon we would have to entrust powers to 'Global Sharia Finance Guidance Authority', to get rid of finitude, we have to follow the rule of 'coping others'.
When this movement started, most of the people in it gravitated to the Sunni school of thought, none the less the government attacked them just like they are attacking us now.
The survey, conducted among 21,632 respondents, did not include the option "Alevi" as an answer to a question inquiring which school of thought the respondent identifies with.
K Singh was mentally a part of BJP as he follows a similar school of thought," he said.
They thoroughly refuse to accept the evidence of the opposition school of thought, especially those who consent to qiyEs (the divergence of a non text of ruling matter with text of ruling matter, due to the similarity of the two matters in Nillah) (al-KhallEf 1984: 52) or Nillah mustanbaIah from other text or likewise.
The author links the discussions of antiballistic missile defense and homeland security to the school of thought supported by the Guardians.
In Islamic law, or Fiqh, the word means adopting or following a particular view that is acceptable in a school of thought different from one's own.
Behaviorism then stresses a measurement school of thought in education, as compared to:
It was founded as a liberal Jewish school of thought in the 1930s; last year, the widely respected journal The Reconstructionist marked its 70th anniversary.
There's been a school of thought that Bradford could be the best of the freshman tailbacks but the Colton High graduate wanted to play safety, until Carroll spoke to him during lunch on Saturday.
A third school of thought focuses on the "strategic" aspect of knowledge (Malhotra, 1997; Rosset, 1999; Tissen et al.
The overall approach to the text is similar to a long-standing school of thought known formally as "narrative criticism"
No single school of thought proved a sufficient basis for all ethical thinking, so circular discussions continued for centuries.
formerly of the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg and now at Perkins, began his scholarly work with an important dissertation on the Deuteronomistic History and has now followed that with significant commentaries in OTL on Joshua and Deuteronomy, and on the books of Kings in Interpretation, all three from the same Deuteronomistic school of thought.
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