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Abbasid Dynasty

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As early as the 680s, the Umayyad Dynasty had to confront various Shiʿi opposition movements calling for the caliphate to

Aboriginal Law

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Prior to British colonization of Australia in 1788, the continent had been inhabited by natives known as Aboriginal Australians

Abortion in Hindu Law

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Neither abortion nor birth control is acceptable to many Hindus whose tradition, as reflected in ancient texts, is pro-natal and

Abrogation of Legal Norms (Naskh)

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Abrogation, in Arabic naskh or al-nāsikh wa al-mansūkh, “the abrogating and the abrogated,” is a term for theories dealing with

Absolutism

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In western European history, during the sixteenth to the eighteenth centuries, absolutism was the prevailing form of monarchy. The princely

Abu Hanifa, al-Nuʿman ibn Thabit

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(c.a.h. 80/699 c.e.a.h. 150/767 c.e.).

Abu Hanifa was a theologian and the eponym of the Hanafi

Abu Yaʿla, Muhammad ibn al-Husayn ibn al-Farraʾ al-Baghdadi

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(d. a.h. 458/1066 c.e.). Muhammad ibn al-Husayn ibn al-Farraʾ al-Baghdadi Abu Yaʿla was a famous eleventh-century Hanbali scholar with a

Abu Yusuf, Yaʿqub Ibn Ibrahim

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(a.h.113/731 c.e.– a.h. 182/798 c.e.)Yaʿqub ibn Ibrahim Abu Yusuf al-Ansari was a renowned Muslim jurist who lived in Kufa and

Academics

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The formal teaching of law in the United States has passed from individual attorneys acting as masters to their apprentices,

Accessory and Principal in Chinese Law

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The penal liability for offenses committed by two or more persons was graduated in classical Chinese law by the degree

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