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Modern Hadith StudiesContinuing Debates and New Approaches$
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Belal Abu-Alabbas, Christopher Melchert, and Michael Dann

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9781474441797

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: May 2021

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9781474441797.001.0001

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Early ‘Traditionist Sufis’: A Network Analysis

Early ‘Traditionist Sufis’: A Network Analysis

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(p.70) Chapter 4 Early ‘Traditionist Sufis’: A Network Analysis
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Modern Hadith Studies
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Jeremy Farrell

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Edinburgh University Press
DOI:10.3366/edinburgh/9781474441797.003.0005

Earlier scholars have proposed that hadith collectors and specialists in the pious life were largely the same persons in the earlier eighth century, then gradually drifted apart into the tenth century. Here, Jeremy Farrell applies network theory to the biographies of five Sufis who were also notable hadith collectors: Ibn Masrūq, Ibn al-Aʿrābī, Jaʿfar al-Khuldī, Ibn Nujayd, and al-Rūdhbārī. Even in the tenth century, some Sufis were highly active in hadith transmission.

Keywords:   hadith, traditionists, Sufism

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