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This paintings is either an advent to the style of classical tafsir and an in depth examine of 1 of its significant architects, al-Tha'labi (d. 427/1035). The booklet deals an in depth examine of the hermeneutical ideas that ruled al-Tha'labi's method of the Qur'an, rules which turned the norm in later exegetical works. and a close learn of 1 of its significant architects, al-Tha'labi (d. 427/1035). The e-book deals an in depth examine of the hermeneutical ideas that ruled al-Tha'labi's method of the Qur'an, rules which turned the norm in later exegetical works.
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