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Iḫtilāf uṣūl al-maḏāhib

Author

Date of creation
  • 10th century   Gregorian
      
Preferred title

Iḫtilāf uṣūl al-maḏāhib   Arabic  IDEO-IFAO transliteration scheme

اختلاف أصول المذاهب   Arabic  

Variant title work
  • Iḫtilāf uṣūl al-maḏāhib wa-l-radd ʿalā man ḫālafa al-ḥaqq fīhā   Arabic  IDEO-IFAO transliteration scheme
  • Kitāb al-ḫilāf   Arabic  IDEO-IFAO transliteration scheme
  • Iḫtilāf al-fuqahāʿ   Arabic  IDEO-IFAO transliteration scheme
Variant title expression
  • The disagreements of the jurists : a manual of Islamic legal theory   English  
Work type Single work
Miscellaneous Other (فقه شيعي (إسماعيليّ))
Work manifested Early work
Work genre Textual work
Audience

Adult, serious

Nature of content

فقه شيعي (إسماعيليّ)

Nature of content

Šīʿite (Ismāʿlite) fiqh

Nature of content

Šīʿite (Ismāʿlite) fiqh

Summary

يعد هذا الكتاب من أهم كتب المذهب الإسماعيليّ، وفيه يتناول المؤلف أسباب الاختلاف في أصول المذاهب، ويردّ على المخالفين، كما يرد على أدلة الاجتهاد، ويؤكد على أهمية الرجوع إلى وليّ الأمر واستقصاء أحكام أهل البيت ﻷن الله، في رأي المؤلف، لم يأمر بالقياس ولا بالاجتهاد.

Summary

This book is among the most important Ismāʿilte books. It approaches the reasons of the disputations between the Ismāʿilte fuqahāʾ concerning the principles of the fiqh and refutes the viewpoints of the opponents. The author asserts the importance of consulting the head of the community and the opinions of Ahl al-Bayt, since God does neither imposes iǧtihād (the independent reasoning) nor qiyās (deductive analogy).

Summary

Ce livre est considéré comme l'un des plus importants livres ismaélites. Il traite des raisons de la contestation concernant les principes de l'école et réfute les points de vue des opposants. L'auteur affirme l'importance de consulter le chef de la communauté et les opinions d'Ahl al-Bayt, puisque Dieu n'impose ni l'iǧtihād (le raisonnement indépendant) ni le qiyās (l'analogie déductive).

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Updated at 20-11-2020 by Amr Zakariya (IDEO)