Ibn Hazm bibliography

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The canon of work by Ibn Hazm, prolific and important Andalusian jurist, belletrist, and heresiographer is extensive. He was said to have written over 400 books.[1]

Works[edit]

Al-Dhahabi's account[edit]

Al-Dhahabi gives the following list of ibn Hazm's work:[2]

Title Arabic Translation Date Notes
Al-Isal ila Fahm Kitab al-Khisal الإيصال إلى فهم كتاب الخصال 15,000 folios.
Al-Khisal al-Hafiz li Jumal Shara'i` al-Islam الخصال الحافظ لجمل شرائع الإسلام in two volumes
Al-Mujalla in two volumes
Al Kitab al-Muhallā bi'l Athār المحلى بالآثار "The Book Ornamented with Traditions" in eight volumes
Hujja al-Wada` حجة الوداع "The Farewell Pilgrimage" in one volume, step-by-step retelling of the actual Farewell Pilgrimage
Qisma al-Khumus fi al-Radd `ala Isma`il al-Qadi قسمة الخمس في الرد على إسماعيل القاضي in one volume
Al-Athar al-Lati Zahiruha al-Ta`arud wa Nafyi al-Tanaqud `Anha الآثار التي ظاهرها التعارض ونفي التناقض عنها in 10,000 folios, unfinished
Al-Jami` Fi Sahih al-Hadith الجامع في صحيح الحديث without chains of transmission
Al-Talkhis wa al-Takhlis fi al-Masa'il al-Nazariyya التلخيص والتخليص في المسائل النظرية
Ma Infarada Bihi Malik aw Abu Hanifa aw al-Shafi`I ما انفرد به مالك وأبو حنيفة والشافعي
Ikhtilaf al-Fuqaha' al-Khamsa Malik wa Abi Hanifa wa al-Shafi`i wa Ahmad wa Dawud اختلاف الفقهاء الخمسة مالك، وأبي حنيفة، والشافعي، وأحمد، وداود
Al-Tasaffuh fi al-Fiqh التصفح في الفقه in one volume
Al-Tabyin fi Hal `Alima al-Mustafa A`yan al-Munafiqin التبيين في هل علم المصطفى أعيان المنافقين in 3 tomes
Al-Imla' fi Sharh al-Muwatta' الإملاء في شرح الموطأ in 1,000 folios
Al-Imla' fi Qawa`id al-Fiqh الإملاء في قواعد الفقه in 1,000 folios
Durr al-Qawa`id fi Fiqh al-Zahiriyya در القواعد في فقه الظاهرية in 1,000 folios
Maratib Al-Ijma` مراتب الإجماع in one small volume
Al-Fara'id الفرائض in one volume
Al-Risala al-Balqa' fi al-Radd `ala `Abd al-Haqq ibn Muhammad al-Saqali الرسالة البلقاء في الرد على عبد الحق بن محمد الصقلي in one small volume
Al-Ihkam fi Usul al-Ahkam الإحكام في أصول الأحكام in two volumes
Al-Fisal fi al-Milal wa al-Nihal الفصل في الملل والأهواء والنحل The Separator Concerning Religions, Heresies, and Sects[3] in two large volumes
Al-Radd `Ala man I`tarada `ala al-Fisal الرد على من اعترض على الفصل in one volume
Al-Yaqin fi Naqd al-Mu`tadhirin `an Iblis wa Sa'ir al-Mushrikin اليقين في نقض تمويه المعتذرين عن إبليس وسائر المشركين in one large volume
Al-Radd `ala Ibn Zakariyya al-Razi الرد على ابن زكريا الرازي "Refutation of Ibn Zakariyya al-Razi" in 100 folios
Al-Tarshid fi al-Radd `Ala Kitab al-Farid li Ibn al-Rawandi fi I`tiradihi `ala al-Nubuwwat الترشيد في الرد على كتاب الفريد لابن الراوندي في اعتراضه على النبوات in one volume
Al-Akhlaq wa al-Siyar fi Mudawat al-Nufus الأخلاق والسير في مداواة النفوس Morals and Right Conduct in the Healing of Souls Available in English[4]
Ṭawq al-Ḥamāmah طوق الحمامة The Ring of the Dove Available in English[5]
Al-Radd `ala Man Kaffara al-Muta'awwilin min al-Muslimin الرد على من كفر المتأولين من المسلمين in one volume
Mukhtasar fi `Ilal al-Hadith مختصر في علل الحديث in one volume
Al-Taqrib li Hadd al-Mantiq bi al-Alfaz al-`Ammiyya التقريب لحد المنطق بالألفاظ العامية "The Scope of Logic" in one volume
Al-Istijlab الاستجلاب in one volume
Nasab al-Barbar نسب البربر in one volume
Maratib al-'Ulum مراتب العلوم The Categories of the Sciences
Naqt al-`Arus نقط العروس in one small volume

Other accounts[edit]

Other works have been attributed to Ibn Hazm as well. Abu Abd al-Rahman Ibn Aqil al-Zahiri, the primary biographer of Ibn Hazm in the modern era, attributed to Ibn Hazm an epistle in exegesis of the 94th verse of the chapter of Yunus in the Qur'an as well as an exposition of different world religions, though Ihsan Abbas mentions that the reference to these works is hard to find.[6] Ibn Aqil has two large works covering both the influence of Ibn Hazm's common works and cataloging his rarities, Ibn Hazm khilal alfa 'aam and Nawadir al-imam Ibn Hazm respectively.[7][8]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Scheindlin, p. 333
  2. ^ G. F. Haddad. "Ibn Hazm". sunnah.org. Archived from the original on 2005-04-08. Retrieved 2008-05-31.
  3. ^ "Ibn Hazm". Sunnah.org. Retrieved 2010-09-12.
  4. ^ Ibn Hazm al-Andalusi. "Morals and Behaviour: (Al-Akhlâq wa'l-Siyar)". Muslimphilosophy.com. Retrieved 2010-09-12.
  5. ^ "Homepage Tawq". Bc.ub.leidenuniv.nl. Archived from the original on 2010-03-02. Retrieved 2010-03-04.
  6. ^ Jose Miguel Puerta Vilchez, "Inventory of Ibn Hazm's Works." Taken from Ibn Hazm of Cordoba: The Life and Works of a Controversial Thinker, pgs. 689 and 716. Eds. Camilla Adang, Maribel Fierro and Sabine Schmidtke. Volume 103 of Handbook of Oriental Studies. Section 1 The Near and Middle East. Leiden: Brill Publishers, 2012. ISBN 9789004234246
  7. ^ Samir Kaddouri, "Refutations by Maliki Authors." Taken from Ibn Hazm of Cordoba, pg. 597.
  8. ^ Jose Miguel Puerta Vilchez, "Inventory of Ibn Hazm's Works." Taken from Ibn Hazm of Cordoba, pg. 733.

References[edit]

  • Scheindlin, R. P. (1998). "Ibn Ḥazm (384–456/994–1064)". In Julie Scott Meisami and Paul Starkey (ed.). Encyclopedia of Arabic Literature. 1. London: Routledge. ISBN 0-415-18571-8.