many places. They must thus be used only with great caution. W. MADELUNG. GEORGE MAKDISI: The rise of colleges: institutions of learning in Islam and the. The Rise of Colleges: Institutions of Learning in Islam and the West Professor George A. Makdisi (), Professor Emeritus of Arabic and Islamic. MakdisiGeorge: The rise of colleges: institutions of learning in Islam and the West . xiv, pp. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, £ – Volume
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Show More Show Less. The final section of the book also looks at the structure of legal learning, at the institutions themselves, their organization and the principles upon which they operated.
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The state or governing powers had no control over the institution but instead the content of education and its methods were left to the teaching profession itself because the founder was usually a layman guided by the wishes of the professor for whom he instituted his foundation.
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History and politics in eleventh-century Baghdad by George Makdisi Book 11 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Chapter 2, “Instruction,” discusses the divisions of the fields of knowledge, organization of learning, and the methodology of learning.
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