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Ibn Khaldūn

A.D. 1332–1406/A.H. 732–808
  • Abdesselam Cheddadi
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Works by Ibn Khaldūn

  1. Kitab al-'Ibar [The Book of Advice]. Ed. by N. Hurini. 7 vols. Cairo, Bulaq, 1867 (a.h. 1284).Google Scholar
  2. Muqaddima Ibn Khaldūn [Ibn Khaldūn's Introduction to History]. Cairo, 'Abd a-Wāhid Wāfī, 1957. 4 vols.Google Scholar
  3. The Prolegomena of Ibn Khaldūn. Paris, E. Quatremère, 1858. 3 vols. (In Arabic).Google Scholar
  4. Shifā' as-sā'il li tahdh-ib al-masā'il [Satisfying Questions on the Correction of Problems]. Istanbul, M. Ibn Tawit at-Tanji, 1958.Google Scholar
  5. At-Ta'rīf bi-Ibn Khaldūn wa rihlatuhu gharban wa sharqan An Introduction to Ibn Khaldūn and His Travels in West and East. Cairo, M. Ibn Tawit at-Tanji, 1951 (a.h. 1370).Google Scholar
  6. Tārīkh ad-duwal al-islāmiya bi-l-Maghrib [A History of Islamic Countries in the Maghreb]. Algiers, W. M. de Slane, 1847 (a.h. 1263).Google Scholar

In Translation

  1. Les Prolégomènes d'Ebn Khaldoun [The Prolegomena of Ibn Khaldūn]. Trans. by W. M. de Slane. Paris, 1863. 3 vols. (In French.)Google Scholar
  2. Ibn Khaldūn: discours sur l'histoire universelle [Ibn Khaldūn: a Presentation of Universal History]. Trans. by V. Monteil. Beirut, 1967. 3 vols. (In French.)Google Scholar
  3. The Muqaddima: An Introduction to History. Trans. by F. Rosenthal. Princeton, N.J., 1958, new ed. 1967. 3 vol.s (In English.)Google Scholar
  4. Nations et peuples du monde [The World's Nations and Peoples]. Trans., intro. and notes by Abdesselam Cheddadi. Paris, Sindbad, 1986. 2 vols. (Extracts from the 'Ibar.) (In French.)Google Scholar
  5. La voie et la loi ou le maître et le juriste [The Way and the Law or the Master and the Lawyer]. Trans., intro. and notes by René Pérez. Paris, Sindbad, 1991. (In French.)Google Scholar
  6. Le voyage d'occident et d'orient: autobiographie [Travels in West and East: An Autobiography]. Trans, introd. and notes by Abdesselam Cheddadi. Paris, Sindbad, 1980. (In French.)Google Scholar

Works about Ibn Khaldūn, education and Islam

  1. Ahmad, A. The Educational Thought of Ibn Khaldūn.Journal of the Pakistan Historical Society (Karachi), Vol. 14, 1968, pp. 175–81.Google Scholar
  2. Berque, J. Ville et université: aperçu sur l'histoire de l'Ecole de Fès [Town and University: A Glimpse on the History of the Fes School].Revue historique de droit français et étranger (Paris), 1948–49, pp. 64–117.Google Scholar
  3. Buhs, H. The Educational System of the Muslims in the Middle Ages.Islamic Culture (Hyderabad), Vol. 1, 1927, pp. 442–72.Google Scholar
  4. Bulliet, R.The Patricians of Nishapur: A Study in Medieval Islamic Social History, pp. 249–54. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1972.Google Scholar
  5. Keddi, N. (ed.).Scholars, Saints and Sufis. Berkeley, Calif., University of California Press, 1972.Google Scholar
  6. Muhasib, J. At-Tarbiya 'ind Ibn Khaldūn [Education according to Ibn Khaldūn].Al-Mashriq, Vol. 43, 1949, pp. 365–98.Google Scholar
  7. Qurayshi, M. A. The Educational Ideas of Ibn Khaldūn.Journal of the Maharaja Sayajirao University (Baroda), Vol. 14, 1965, pp. 83–92.Google Scholar
  8. Sourdel, D.; Makdisi, G. (eds.). L'Enseignement en Islam et en Occident au Moyen Age [Education in the Islamic World and in the West in the Middle Ages].Revue des Études Islamiques (Paris), Vol. 44, 1976. (Special issue.)Google Scholar
  9. Tibawī, A. L. Philosophy of Muslim Education.Islamic Quarterly (Hyderabad), Vol. 4, No. 2, 1957, pp. 78–89.Google Scholar

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