DOI:​10.1515/9783110541441-003
Corpus ID: 171802114
Fī Lawḥin Maḥfūẓ: Towards a Phenomenological Analysis of the Quranic Tablet
A. Brigaglia, Mauro Nobili
Published 2017

Philosophy
This article looks at the lawḥ (wooden tablet) in traditional Quranic education in Africa, through the lens of the phenomenology of religion. It argues that, the set of pedagogical practices that are… Expand
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