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Jurisprudence is to Legal Understanding as Theory is to Application We fear we may have inspired a mistaken conception in you when we explained that in the discipline of jurisprudence one who derives [rulings] studies shared elements and de¥nes them, whereas in discussions of the discipline of legal understanding such a person avails himself of particular elements in order to complete the process of derivation. Some may suppose that when in jurisprudence we have studied the shared elements in the process of derivation and have, for example, recognized the probativity of the account related and the probativity of the prima-facie meaning and additional jurisprudential elements, no further intellectual effort is incumbent upon us, since, seeing that we have mastered these elements, we need the mere extraction of relevant accounts and prooftexts from their places in the sources in order for them to be added to the shared elements and for the divine-law ruling to be derived from them, and that this is an easy task by its nature which does not involve any intellectual effort.
Although a new madrasa was founded, attempts to change education in Najaf by and large failed. It has always been a highly individualistic center of learning and less under the control of its leading jurist than Qom, its rival in Iran. A separate attempt to establish a comprehensive university with a ShŠ‘Š orientation at Kufa was quashed by the government. Some of the publications of the period, however, such as Sadr’s al-Ma‘alim al-JadŠdah (completed 1965), his ¥rst attempt to write an accessible introduction for beginning students of jurisprudence in Najaf, continue to be relevant.
My introduction leans heavily on the scholarship of others. I do not attempt to cite sources for information well known among specialists in Islamic jurisprudence. 2. J. Coulson and R. J. Brill, 1960, I: 114b. 3. J. J. Brill, 1971, III: 687. 4. See Roy P. Mottahedeh, “Towards an Islamic Theology of Toleration,” Islamic Law Reform and Human Rights, eds T. Lindholm and K. Vogt, Oslo, 1992, pp. 25–36. 5. J. Brill, 1995, IX: 181–4. 6. Ibn as>-Salah, Muqaddimah Ibn as>-Salah, Cairo: Dar al-Ma‘arif, 1411/1990, pp.