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That are reported lost. ,'Introduction," 34-35,40. Badrin. "Introduction," 8. 'M&üb a/-An&, which was attributed to al- Shahrastirii by Ibn KhallikZu and Hadî KhaIif! *' Among the works ascribed to al-Shahrastibi that will form the primary sources for the discussion of the thesis are: 1) fit& al-Mila/ wa al-Nz'bd,edited by Muhammad b. Fath A i l a BadrZn, in two volumes ( Cairo: Maktabat al-AajlÜ al-Misriyya, 1956), and 2) Kitâb NihZyat al-Iqdh fi Wm al-Kd*, edited and translated by Aifked GuiIlaume (London: Oxford University Press, 1934).
In contrast to his attitude in al-Ml' l. the Niby* al-Shahrastani declares openly the beliefk he holds in matters of theology. Aithough no explicit statement exists to the effect that al-Shahrastaiu composed the NiZya as a complementary sequel to his al-Milal, Guillaume, who had edited the former work, concludes that this was al-Shahrastihi's intention? Of course, like al-Mial,the Nibya was not the first book to deal with the subject of theology. Many books in the same field had been composed by al-Shahrastarll's predecessors coming fiom different schools of thought.
L@ (d. 1662) and Mulla Mulpin al-Fayd al-KishZil (d. 1 680). AGSHAHRASTH: HIS LIFE AND WORKS 1. Al-Shahrast S's Life. The primary sources for al-Shahrmtaiii's biography are scanty and fiagmentary. Little is k n o m about his life, particularly his private affairs, childhood and family. The most important sources providing a sketch of al-Shahrastkii are the Kitab WafayZt &-A 'y%of Ibn Khallikin, the Kit& al-T&b2 of al-HZZ Abü Sa5d b. alSamc%&a contemporary of al-Shahrastàni, the Lisan al-Mizao of AbÜ Fadl Alpnad b.
al-Shahrastānī and the Shīʿī Doctrine of Imāma by Siti Syamsiyatun