A Madrasa, an Ethic and a Comprehensive Doctrine
Drawing on theoretical approaches from sociology (Max Weber), philosophy (John Rawls) and religious studies (Abdulkader Tayob), this book analyses empirical data from the study of a madrasa in South Africa in order to explore the important question of how individuals may engage in the public sphere as members of religious communities.
Baxter, Richard 25–9, 40, 111–12, 117
comprehensive doctrine 8–10, 12–17, 20, 22–4, 27–8, 31, 44, 46, 49–51, 53, 100, 109–13, 115, 117–21
Darul Uloom 41–2
Deobandi 34, 35–7, 47, 58
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