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Chapter 3, “The Scholastic Community,” discusses the professors, students, and posts, occupations, and functions of the posts as they pertain to the law and other fields. College Reference Paperback Textbooks. The detail is pretty intense and can be boring at times, but it also marks the efforts and intellect of the author who attempts to recreate the vast network and system of education that existed in the Muslim world.
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One of the most important consequences of the first of these confrontations, he contends, was the emergence of the schools of law as the guardians of the faith and theological orthodoxy.
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