The problematic of “The Emergence of Islam in Late Antiquity”: Allah,History and the Empire

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حمود حمود

Abstract

This article will take a general approach to “The Emergence of Islam in Late Antiquity” focusing on two points regarding what this title historically might denote: first, how this title can be read in the context of Islamic studies, Western specifically, in which the Late Antiquity embodied an attractive space for many Western scholars, to the extent that we are facing a battle that we might call the struggle for the Late Antiquity. The article will critically re-position the book and its title in the context of Western Islamic studies and how the book was received in this space. The second is the historical way of reading the expression "the Emergence of Islam in Late Antiquity", as the book suggests, and the historical possibilities offered in this the book for studies concerning the rise of Islam. Here the article will take a specific example: The Emergence of Allah as a divine possibility among other deities according to a specific historical context.

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حمود ح. (2021). The problematic of “The Emergence of Islam in Late Antiquity”: Allah,History and the Empire. Hawliyat, 19. Retrieved from https://corepaedia.pub/index.php/hawliyat/article/view/681
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Articles in Arabic