Ahmad Gomaa Abd al-Hamid (ed.)

Ahmad Gomaa Abd al-Hamid (ed.) Iqtidāʾ al-ġāfil bi-htidāʾ al-ʿāqil

Iqtidāʾ al-ġāfil bi-htidāʾ al-ʿāqil

Quṭb al-Dīn Muḥammad al-Qasṭallānī

Orient Institut Beirut

Klaus Schwarz Verlag
Sprache: Arabisch
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Hardcover, 278 Seiten
ISBN 9783879976980
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Biblio­theca Isla­mica Vol. 54

“Iqtidāʾ al-ġāfil bi-htidāʾ al-ʿāqil” is the work of Quṭb al-Dīn Muḥammad b. Aḥmad al-Qasṭal­lānī. Born in Cairo in 614/1217 to an Anda­lu­sian family, he studied and worked mostly in Mecca where he died in 686/1287. He was a renowned Shafi’i and Maliki jurist as well as a famous Sufi master. He is best known for his attacks on monadic Sufism, in parti­cular Ibn Sabʿīn who died in Mecca 668 or 669 / between 1269 and 1271. The edited text is a pole­mical refu­ta­tion of contem­porary Sufi practices, which in Qasṭallān’s eyes contra­dicted the true nature of taṣawwuf. The edition of the text is based on three manu­scripts, one from Damascus, two from Istanbul. It was prepared by Dr Ahmad Gomaa Abd al-Hamid, who is a rese­ar­cher at al-Azhar Univer­sity in Cairo. He holds a docto­rate in editing and manu­script sciences from the Insti­tute of Arab Rese­arch and Studies (IARS) of the Arab League. Curr­ently he works on a project editing the collected works on taṣawwuf by al-Suyūtī, of which two volumes have been published.