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jurisprudence

 [jo̳r″is-proo´dens]
the science of the law.
medical jurisprudence the science of the law as applied to the practice of medicine; see also forensic medicine.

jur·is·pru·dence

(jūr'is-prū'dens),
The science of law, its principles and concepts.
[L. juris prudentia, knowledge of law]

jurisprudence

The science of law. Medical jurisprudence is another term for FORENSIC MEDICINE.

jur·is·pru·dence

(jūr'is-prū'dĕns)
Legal principles and concepts.
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Therefore, he expects that other groups, especially jurisprudents and orators, use persuasive tools in order to align the masses with the objectives of the ruler.
tended to be critical of historical jurisprudents for their antipathy to
In other words, the problem does not reside in a system of thought facing others on a purely jurisprudent arena, or in the critique of Ahadith al-Ahad, cross-referencing, and the qualities of the conveyors of Ahadith for example.
CONTENTS I Introduction II Jurisdiction III A Meeting of Jurisdictions and of Laws IV Conduct of the Meeting Place V The Quality of Meeting VI The Meeting Places of the Jurisprudent VII Concluding Comments I INTRODUCTION
130), so far as I know a neologism of his own: it refers to what a jurisprudent of the tenth century or later might have called ijtihad, one of the ninth century sure ly [ra.sup.[contains]]y.
The chief deficiency in the earlier discussion becomes more glaring here, as the authors have compiled a set of divergent assessments by Mexican jurisprudents on the question of American, French, and other influences on the Mexican Constitution of 1824.
This law of changes in deductions overtime and place and people situation is based on general elements of deduction and valuable reasons which accepted by Elders people like Islam Jurisprudents.
A number of prominent figures including religious scholars, jurisprudents and astronomers from the Kingdom and abroad are taking part in the event at the grand conference hall of MWL headquarters.
Before we criticize those and their "innovative" ideas and opinions, there is a pressing need to ratify clear-cut law and legislations, ones that hold whoever disrespects the fatwa accountable, so as to return him to his conscience and teach him how to completely bear responsibility, especially since among them are those trying to put themselves among the scholars, jurisprudents, journalists, and preachers and just everyone else!
It was Calder's essential argument that it makes better sense to suppose a gradually increasing deference to Prophetic hadith than to suppose early recognition of its priority (in the [Muwatta.sup.[contains]] of Malik, some Hanafi works, and virtually all the works of [al-Shafi.sup.[subset]]i), succeeded by deference instead to reason and the opinions of early jurisprudents (the Mudawwanah), succeeded by a rediscovery of the priority of Prophetic hadith.
Senior Shiite jurisprudents like Sunni jurisprudents believe that having knowledge in medicine and the expertise in it is the condition of its incumbency and occupation and if a person introduces himself a doctor, but he knows nothing about the medicine, he will have responsibility for doing this job because the doctor concerns about the life and money and honor of the people and an ignorant doctor beside not reducing the pain and suffering of the patient, adds on it and with his ignorance will endanger the lives of innocent people (Ali Mohammadzadeh, ibid, P.130)[10].
Explaining the Islamic awakening developments in the Middle East, Amir Abdollahian praised the Lebanese Muslim Ulemas' Society for forming a community of the Ulemas (religious leaders and jurisprudents) of the Levant with the purpose of confronting the heinous phenomenon of Takfirism in the region.