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It deals with the images of children, with adults' attitudes towards them, and with concepts of childhood as reflected in legal, theological, philosophical, ethical and medical writings as well as works of belles lettres.

St Antony's/Macmillan Series. xii, 176 pp. Basingstoke and London: Macmillan Academic and Professional Lt. 1992. 40. - Volume 57 Issue 1 - Hugh Cunningham.

AVNER GIL'ADI, Children of Islam: concepts of childhood in medieval Muslim society, St Antony's/Macmillan Series, Basingstoke and Oxford, Macmillan in association with St Antony's. College, 1992, pp. xii, 176, £4. 0 (0-333-55598-8). This volume is a collection of eight studies by the author on various aspects of the history of childhood in medieval Islamic society. A useful introduction surveys the extant Arabic source material for the history of childhood and considers its relation to similar literature in the Hellenistic tradition. The studies included in this volume are based on the cal methodology enriched by a comparative approach towards the subject. Show all. About the authors.

Children of Islam book. Hardcover, 176 pages. Published July 1st 1992 by Palgrave MacMillan (first published 1992). Children of Islam (St Antony's). 0333555988 (ISBN13: 9780333555989).

In the area of child education Gil'adi assesses the views of the renowned .

In the area of child education Gil'adi assesses the views of the renowned theologian, jurist, and mystic al-Ghazali (d. 505/1111) and the place of corporal punishment in medieval Islamic educational thought. The author stresses that his book comprises a series of separate studies rather than a history of childhood in medieval Islam, but several significant themes do seem to be pursued throughout the work. cle{, title {Children of Islam: concepts of childhood in medieval Muslim society}, author {Lawrence I. Conrad}, journal {Medical History}, year {1994}, volume {38}, pages {105 - 106} }.

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Even before birth, children’s rights are respected. A 1992, Children of Islam: concepts of childhood in medieval Muslim society, Macmillan, Oxford. Aries, P 1962, Centuries of childhood, Vintage Books, New York. It contains a lot of brief, yet informative articles about different aspects of Islam. New articles are added every week. Also, it features Live Help through chat. Next: What Islam Says About Children (part 2 of 5): Children are Blessings not Possessions.

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This book is the result of the first comprehensive research, carried out within the framework of Islamic Studies, on childhood in medieval Muslim society. It deals with the images of children, with adults' attitudes towards them, and with concepts of childhood as reflected in legal, theological, philosophical, ethical and medical writings as well as works of belles lettres. The studies included in this volume are based on the historical-philological methodology enriched by a comparative approach towards the subject.
Children of Islam: Concepts of Childhood in Medieval Muslim Society (St Antony's Series) download epub
Religious Studies
Author: A. Gil'adi
ISBN: 0333555988
Category: Religion & Spirituality
Subcategory: Religious Studies
Language: English
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 1992 edition (July 1, 1992)
Pages: 176 pages