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2015 | 1-2 | 23-28
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John Wansbrough (1928–2002) – przykład metodologii badań nad wczesnymi dziejami islamu

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John Wansbrough (1928–2002) – an Example of Research Methodology on the Early Islamic History
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John Wansbrough has contributed to the development of new research tools in the field of Islamistics, especially in the earliest history of Islamic writings. His idea was to apply one of the methods of biblical criticism (form criticism) to the ample bibliographical source materials of the Islamic tradition. No wonder that the results of Wansbrough’s studies are quite different from what is commonly taught in the West and in the East about the genesis of Islam. Wansbrough represents the Western sceptical school of studies on the Islamic origins and has contemporary followers.
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