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    The Contribution of the Poet in the Commentary of Hadith: the Example of al-Mutanabbī.Ahmet Alkan & Adnan Arslan - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):941-969.
    Literature, especially poetry, has undoubtedly had a great place in the cultural history of the Arabs. Arab poet in the period of ignorance; It had many critical functions, such as making the heroism of the tribesmen epic, immortalizing the names of the deceased, and providing a kind of psychological superiority by satirizing the opposing tribes and people. Poetry continued to exist in all areas of life after Islam, as poetry spread to the cultural codes of the Arabs. As a manifestation (...)
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    An Evaluation on the Narration Accepted by al-Māturīdī as a Basis for Tafsīr -Tawīl Distinction.Şeyma Altay - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1337-1364.
    This study focuses on the narration, "Whoever makes a tafsīr the Qur'an according to his own opinion, let him prepare his place in Hell," which Abū Manṣūr al-Māturīdī (d. 333/944) considered as a basis while defining the terms tafsīr and tawīl in the introduction of his work titled "Ta'wilatu'l-Qur'an." Various scholarly studies have examined al-Māturīdī's distinction between the terms tafsīr and tawīl from both theoretical and practical perspectives. However, it has not been examined in terms of the narration, authenticity status, (...)
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    Ontological Conflicts in the Context of Existential Guilt.Oğuzhan Ateş - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1701-1731.
    Human existence is a reality built on paradoxical structures. Existence takes place in the state of balance between these structures on its ground. Since man is in a constant state of being the states of equilibrium that take place on the ontological ground are constantly pregnant with new states of equilibrium. Whatever the subject of human-related research is to be done, it is necessary to look for a basis in these structures the issue of sin or existential crime is also (...)
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    Abū Dhu’ayb al-Khudhalī and His Elegies: The Case of His Elegy to His Sons.Esat Ayyildiz - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1407-1436.
    In the vast expanse of classical Arabic literature, the works of Abū Dhu’ayb al-Hudhalī stand out, particularly his elegies, which provide a pro-found glimpse into the sociocultural dynamics of his era. The research presented in this article delves deep into the life and artistry of Abū Dhu’ayb, meticulously examining how his personal experiences and surroundings shaped his poetic expressions. Elegies, often characterized by their mournful tone and reflective nature, become especially significant in Abū Dhu’ayb’s repertoire as they offer poetic lamentations (...)
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    Ahmed Reşidi and the Reşidiyya Branch of Kadiriyye.Mehmet Emin Bener - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1239-1277.
    The majority of the Sufi orders, which have their own special ezkar, evrâd, etiquette, and erkan and have survived until today, particularly VI/XII. They were formed over centuries and spread to many parts of the world by dividing into different branches in the historical process. Sufi personalities who belonged to these sufi orders established structures such as dervish lodges and dervish lodges in the regions they reached with great efforts, and they were instrumental in the conversion of many people to (...)
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    The Issue Of History Of Mushaf İn The Muqaddimas Of Tafsîr.Fatih Cankurt - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1311-1336.
    The history of the mushaf, which began with the collection of the verses of the Qur'an in the era of Hazrat Abu Bakr, holds a significant place in terms of the science of qiraat and the methodology of tafsir. It is not possible to say that the subject, which is the focus of Western researchers especially to prove their thesis that the Qur’an is the human word, is popular in our country. At this point, in this study prepared with the (...)
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    A Comparative Look at the Portrait of Successful People in the Context of the Positivist Modern World View and the General Acceptance of the Qur'an.Fatih Çeli̇kel - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):907-940.
    Success is a positive outcome resulting from an evaluation based on cer-tain criteria. Changes in these criteria will directly affect people's assessment of success. Today's world is living in a period dominated by a modern point of view. Therefore, evaluations of human achievement are usually made from this perspective. Since existence is composed of matter in the desecrated perception of the modern period, the first criterion of success is material gains. However, according to the Qur'an's conception of existence, matter is (...)
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    An Evaluation on Rasmus Paludan and the Actions of Burning the Qur’an.Musa Geli̇ci̇ - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1123-1142.
    The present study discusses the action of burning the Holy Quran in Malmö, Sweden, by the Danish far-right politician Rasmus Paludan, in more than 300 points in Denmark, Sweden and Norway, especially in terms of evolving into social events that turned into riots and fueled Islamophobic debates. The purpose of the study will be to understand the discussion universe formed by the acceptance of the Swedish State in an Islamophobic and racist act, such as the burning of the holy book (...)
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    General Appearance of Sects İn the Qajar Period and Efforts to İntegrate Sufism with Modernism.Sevda Aktulga Gürbüz - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1603-1638.
    In studies on the history of Sufism, the Qajar period is an important source, especially for researching the influence of Shiite thought on Sufism. Sufism, which was transformed into a different concept like gnosis, was defended by Sunni sects in this period, while it was the source of transformation and change activities of Shiite sects. The sects that endeavored to protect Sunni Sufism, especially the Qadiriyya and Naqshbandiyya sects, have gained the favor of the people in the limited regions where (...)
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    The Issue of Making the Qur’ān Recitation Course Based on Meaning/Maal: Curriculum Examine.Hasan Hüseyin Havuz - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1165-1207.
    The Qur’ān Recitation is taught as a compulsory or elective course at all levels of formal in education, as well as in the courses of the Presidency of Religious Affairs in non-formal education in Turkey. In the curricula of this course, it is emphasized that the readings should be word and meaning centered and the course should be centered on the meaning of the Qur’ān. However, the achievability of these idealized goals should be discussed. In addition, due to the focus (...)
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    A Person Between Faith and Nifaq Muattib b. Kushayr.Öznur Hocaoğlu - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1143-1164.
    The subject of this article is a person named Muattib b. Kushayr, who li-ved in the time of the Prophet. Allegations about this person, who was clai-med to be a hypocrite (munafiq) because he exhibited some problematic behavior, have been discussed. The fact that Kushayr took part in many historical events and was cited as the reason for the revelation of more than one verse (āyah) made it necessary to evaluate the opinions about him. The study has been conducted with (...)
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    Is It Possible to Do I'r'b With Simple Grammar Rules: A Study on I’r'b al-Aw'mil al-mi’a.Nazife Nihal İnce - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1209-1238.
    This work investigates the possibility of iʿrâb (parsing) simple texts by utilizing simple grammar rules in the case of I’râb al-Awâmil al-mi’a. I'râb, which is the 'application of grammar on texts', is an operation of reinforcing the knowledge of grammar from one perspective, and an attempt to under-stand the text from another. Since I’râb al-Awâmil al-mi’a is the iʿrâb of al-Awâmil al-mi’a, which is a brief grammar treatise, it is clear that this iʿrâb is intended to reinforce grammar knowledge. Moreover, (...)
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    The Soul’s Process of Perfection in al-Fārābī's Philosophy.Rıza Tevfik Kalyoncu - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1733-1768.
    This article provides a reading of al-Fārābī's (d. 950) thought on the soul in the context of the theory of perfection. Although al-Fārābī's theory of the soul has been the subject of various studies and the importance of the subject of perfection in al-Fārābī's philosophy has been revealed, how this subject pervades al-Fārābī's narrative and philosophy in general has not been shown in detail through texts with a phenomenological approach. With phenomenological approach here, the article aims to analyze the problem (...)
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    Perception of Ash'b al- Ḥadīth /Ahl al- Ḥadīth of Ẓāhirī Scholars.Hüsamettin Kaya - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1465-1494.
    Concepts such as ashâb al- hadīth and ahl al-hadīth, which have began to be used since the period of the Companions, refer to people who are busy with teaching and learning hadīth and who have the science of rijal and who have authority to speak on all matters related with hadīth topics. The most distinctive feature of these people is that they have tried to understand the hadīth texts according to their opinions as much as possible, without applying them to (...)
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    The Meaning of the “Majnun” Accusation Against the Prophet in Jahiliyyah.Zeynep Canan KOÇAK - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1513-1542.
    While the Prophet's articulation of the message of tawhid resulted in the clustering of his followers around him, it also led to reactions from the majority of his interlocutors. At first, he was tried to be discouraged by not taking his message seriously or by humiliating him, and when it was seen that his followers increased over time, he was tried to be prevented by harsher methods. The polytheists claimed that the Prophet was a magician who spoke incantations from his (...)
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    The Meanıng Value of B' Harf-ı Cerrı -Specıfıc to Muallak't-ı Seb‘a.Nurullah Oruç - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1279-1309.
    In Arabic, hurūf al-ma'ānī (meaning letters) are of the most remarkable factors making the words make sense. One of these letters is harf al-jarr ba. Actually, it is seen that similar studies were conducted for this letter. It has been analysed under the hurūf al-jarr chapters in naḥw/syntax books, in separate works addressing meaning letters and in original studies related to hurūf al-jarr. Additionally, it was specifically scrutinized from various aspects in an original way. While some gave place to the (...)
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  17. The Problem of Using Ijtihads Declared Specific to Historical Conditions as a Source of Ifta.Ahmet Özdemi̇r - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1543-1562.
    Ijtihad is the mujtahid's putting forward all his efforts on a fiqh issue within the framework of methodological principles. Fatwa, on the other hand, are the explanations made regarding the questions asked in fiqh issues. Therefore, although there are similarities between fatwa and ijtihad in terms of declaring a fiqh knowledge, there are also some differences that distinguish both scientific activities from each other. Because of this difference, not every ijtihad qualifies as a fatwa that a Muslim can apply in (...)
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    Technical Analysis of Latifa az-Zayyat’s Story “al-Mamarru’l-Dayyik” in the Context of Sociological and Psychological Elements.Cengiz Parlak - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1009-1047.
    Latifa ez-Zeyyat is among the leading women writers of Egypt in the twentieth century. She has many works in different fields such as novels, stories, critical articles and translations. The period when she started her writing career was a period when Socialism and Marxism movements peaked in the Arab world. These movements influenced many writers of that period and this situation was also reflected in their works. Since Zeyyat has a Marxist view of life, traces of these movements can be (...)
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    The Spiritual Practices and Moral Values of Sufism Used In Transpersonal Psychology.Cemile SAĞIR - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1365-1406.
    In researches carried out by transpersonal psychologists in the twenty-first century, there has been a rise in the use of sufi texts in the West. The research emphasizes the potential of sufism in addressing contemporary issues. The therapeutic benefits of integrating sufi values and practices into psychology are examined. A conceptual framework for interdisciplinary research is presented, contributing to the development of a common terminology within the literature. On the other hand, within the framework of studies conducted in the West, (...)
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    A Critical Approach to M. Hayri Kırbasoglu's Ignaz Goldziher Advocacy (Specific to His Study Understanding Goldziher).Ahmet Emin Seyhan - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):971-1008.
    M. Hayri Kırbasoglu is researcher who studies in the field of ḥadīth. Kırbasoglu’s latest work was on the famous orientalist Ignaz Goldziher, and in his book Understanding Goldziher, he claimed that Goldziher, who was criticized by Muslim researchers, was not understood correctly, a hate and smear campaign was carried out against him, and he suffered a great injustice. The reason for writing this article is to analyze the defense of Goldziher put forward by Kırbasoglu in the aforementioned study and to (...)
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    The Argument of Na’t in Arabic Grammar (From Sibawayh to the Present).C. A. N. Süleyman - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1091-1122.
    Although Sibawayh dealt with it in a scattered manner under different headings there have been different views on na't (adjective), which is gene-rally included in the tawabi group in Arabic syntax, and there have been debates around these views. Na't, which is categorized as a proper adjective and qualifies the meaning of man'ut (mawsuf), has different characteristics from the sentence elements that indicate the subject. Nahiv scholars have mostly divided na't into two parts: real and causal na't, and they have (...)
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    D'rekutnî's Accusation of Teşeyyu'.Metin Teki̇n - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1669-1699.
    In the history of Islam, many scholars who have contributed to Islamic sciences both with their works and their thoughts have been attributed to teşeyyuʻ (being inclined to Shi'ism). Dārakutnī (d. 385/995) is one of the scholars who were subjected to this accusation. Dārakutnī, who was considered one of the leading ḥadīth reciters of his period with his strong memory and deep understanding, wrote many works showing his competence in the science of ḥadīth He was also given the title of (...)
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    Some Evaluations on Atheists' Perspective on Mecca Period of Sîrah.Ramazan Topal - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1563-1601.
    Atheism, which does not accept belief in God, criticizes all religions that include this belief. Especially modern period atheism tries to make many of its criticisms in the name of scientific and tries to spread its ideas with this method. The same method is followed in our country. Atheism is tried to be spread through publications such as many websites, social media accounts, articles, journals and books. The religion on which atheists focus their activi-ties in our country and make various (...)
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    The Birth of the Concept of “Islamic Civilisation” and Comparison of “Islamic-European Civilisations” in Şemseddin Sami.Saniye Vatandaş & Celalettin Vatandaş - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1437-1464.
    The word "civilisation", coined by French intellectuals in the middle of the 18th century, was soon adopted by other European societies. This name meant that they were different and superior to all other societies. Ottoman bureaucrats and writers translated the word "civilisation" into Turkish as "medeniyet". However, "medeniyet", one of the important concepts of the Islamic tradition, was far from expressing the mentality and lifestyle meant by civilisation. The concept of "civilisation" was specific to Europe under the existing conditions and (...)
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    The recitation of the person who is following the imām in prayer.Adem Yeni̇doğan - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1049-1090.
    The validity of the prayer which is accepted as the most basic worship of Islam has been tied to a set of rules. These rules which must be followed before and during the prayer are called conditions and pillars in the fiqh language. The recitation performed while standing during the prayer is one of the most significant of these rules and is accepted one of the pillars of the prayer. Therefore, in order for the prayer to be valid, it is (...)
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    The Polysemy in Arabic and The Qasīda of ʾUjūz.Ömer Yildiz - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1495-1511.
    For the communication between people to remain effective and lively and for the expressive power to be permanent, the qualities of the words are as important as the quantity of words in a language. From this perspective, Arabic has many linguistic features like other developed languages. Parsing, deriviations, blending, synonymy, contrast, arabization, antithetical polysemy, commutation, ellipsis, polysemy, etc. Language features are intensely found in Arabic. As it is known, polysemy is one of the important issues of the Arabic language that (...)
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    The Chronological Development of Opinions on the Legal Nature of Bayʿ al-Wafā in Hanafī Fatwā Literature - 4th/10th to 6th/12th Centuries-. [REVIEW]Okan Kadir Yilmaz - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1639-1668.
    Bayʿ al-wafā is a fatwa issue (waqıʿat/nawazil) in the form of a legal solu-tion (hīla al sharʿiyyah), the legal nature of which was intensely debated by Central Asian Hanafi jurists. This contract appears to be a practice by which Muslim communities living in Central Asia, particularly in Bukhara and Samarkand, were able to conduct their debt relations without involving interest. The initial assessments regarding the legal nature of bayʿ al-wafā, for which there is no transmission from the founding imams, emerged (...)
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    Siddiqui, Sohaira Z. M. Law and Politics under the Abbasids: an Intellectual Portrait of al-Juwayni. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019. [REVIEW]Ömer Yilmaz - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (2):1769-1773.
    In his book, the Author establishes a connection between al-Juwayni's thought system and the period in which he lived by dealing in detail with the political and legal environment of al-Juwayni's time. This connection is valuable as it helps to clarify his thoughts in many fields. It allows us to understand the intellectual project in the mind of al-Juwayni. This academic project also requires that he not treat his al-Juwayni's works as separate units. The Author's approach was in this direction. (...)
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    Taqlīd of the Layperson in Today’s World from the Perspective of in the Context of the Legal Maxim: “The Madhhab of the Layperson is the Madhhabb of the Muftī whomi Hhe Consulted”.Ömer Aslan - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):869-899.
    In the period of the Saḥāba (Companions), Tābiʿīn (Successors), and Atbāʿ al-Tābiʿīn (Followers of the Successors), those who had the capacity to do ijtihād on religious issues would act according to their ijtihād without being tied to any a particular person or school. Those who did not have the capacity to perform ijtihād could obtain a fatwā from any muftī whom they consulted, without any school-sectarian affiliation. However, with the emergence of the schools of jurisprudence (madhhab) in II-IV centuries AH, (...)
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    An Unknown Commentary of Hamziyah: Al-Cav'hir Al-Seniyye fî Sharh al-Hamziyah.Zahir Aslan - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):649-672.
    The Egyptian Sufi poet Mohammad ibn Sa‘îd al-Bûsîrî’s (d. 695/1296) work called Qasîdah al-Hamziyah, in which he tells the life of the Prophet, has attracted great attention in Muslim societies. The eulogy, which is met with interest by scholars dealing with the field of poetry and literature, is a text read in daily life in mawlid, ceremonies praising the Prophet, dhikr rings in sufi lodges, hadith lesson circles, and prayers. More than a hundred commentaries, annotations, tahmis, tastir and translations have (...)
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    Evaluation of TOKI’s ‘my First House Social Housing Project’ Within the Context of the Effect of Ignorance on the Contract of Purchase in Islamic Law.Üveys Ateş - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):79-112.
    As a fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence) term, the concept of “ignorance” ex-presses uncertainties in legal transactions and, in Islamic law, is accepted as a situation that negatively impacts the legitimacy of contracts. If the sale is deferred, clarification of the delivery time of the price to be paid for the goods sold, the number of installments, etc. during the contract is considered essential for the validity of the transactions in order not to damage the principle of mutual consent in purchase and (...)
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    In al-Qaradawi’s Opinion, The Factors That Allow The Fatwa To Change.Fatih Çi̇nar - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):145-176.
    In this article, the views of Yusuf al-Qaradawi (d. 2022) on the change of the fatwa are discussed. Other issues of the fatwa method are generally excluded from the scope. At the point of solving new problems, the change of the fatwa is important. The aim of the study is to reveal al-Qaradawi's contribution to the issue of changing the fatwa. In this study, in which the qualitative research method was used, thematic reading was made. As it is known, scholars (...)
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    The Dialectical Relationship of the Syntax of the Qur’ān with the Lexical Customs and Traditions of the 7th Century Arabs.Emrah DİNDİ - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):545-578.
    One of the most basic stylistic characteristics of the Qur’ān is the agree-ment between syllables, sounds, lines and rhymes repeated at the end of the verses and give the same harmony. The question/problem “Are these words that have pleasant melodic structures and superior arts something that the Arabs of the 7th century Hejaz Region did not know, were not familiar with and did not hear, or are they expressions that existed in oral and literary types in their daily vocabulary formed (...)
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    The Mahdist/Messianic Understanding of Qādianism in the Context of Translation of the Qur’an in Albanian.Abdylkader Durguti̇ - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):803-835.
    Qadianism is a sect that emerged in India at the end of the 19th century, within the framework of the ideas of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. Ghulam Ahmad emerged with Messianic claims such as Mujaddid, Mahdi, Messiah and Nabi. The period when Ghulam Ahmad declared himself the savior coincided with the 18th century when there was great despair and disappointment in the society due to the British plans to invade India. Ghulam Ahmad said that jihad will be realized not by sword (...)
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    Çift Bozan (lit. Farm Breaker) Tax in Terms of Islamic Law.Akif Dursun - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):763-802.
    The primary source of income in the Ottoman Empire, like in other pre-vious and contemporary states, was land. For this reason, the private ownership of land, especially those used for grain production, was avoided, and efforts were made to keep them as state-owned or public lands known as "mirî" or "memleket arazisi". This situation brings up the issue of cultivating the land and generating income from it. The Ottoman Empire further developed the timar system, which was also implemented by the (...)
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    Contribution of Fusûlü'l-İmadî to Ottoman Period Fatawa Journals and Hanafi Fiqh Literature.Şerif Gedi̇k - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):17-51.
    The work named Fusûlü'l-İmadî, which belongs to Ebü'l-Feth Zeynüddîn el-İmadî, the grandson of Burhaneddin el-Mergînânî, the owner of the famous Hidaye, which includes the subjects of Fürû-i Fiqh and the law of trial, has been one of the main works that has been applied by influencing many mufti, kadi and jurists, especially the Ottoman sheikhs. The work is also important in terms of being a source for many fatawa and fürû-i fiqh works. The fact that the work written in the (...)
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    The Evaluation of Differences in Definitions and Classifications of Kināya in Arabic Rhetoric: In the Context of the Modern Period.Ahmet Gezek - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):433-457.
    In the dictionary, kināya, which means “to say a word and to mean a second meaning with that word”, means “to use a word both in its true meaning and in a second meaning other than this meaning“ as the Arabic rhetoric term. The conceptualization process of kināya as a sub-title of the ilm al-bayān started in the second century hijrī and took its present form in the seventh century hijrī with Abū Yaʿqūb al-Sakkākī (d. 626/1229) and in the eighth (...)
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    Surah Muddessir 30-31. Who is Tested by Nineteen in the Context of Verses?Cengiz GÜNEŞ - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):673-699.
    There are many parameters to understand the Qur’ān correctly. One of them is to determine the siyaq-context in which the verses are included. This word expresses the relevance of any verse with what is before and after it, in terms of meaning. Attempting to interpret the verse independently, without considering the siyaq, internal and external context, in short, the integrity of the Qur’ān, makes any mistake inevitable. There are many verses that have been taken out of its context and drived (...)
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    Investigating Whether al-Bukh'rî Narrated From His Teacher 'Abdullah b. Salih al-Misrî in (d. 223/838) 'al-Sahîh.İbrahim Hanek - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):837-867.
    The quality of the narrations of 'Abdullah b. Salih al-Misrî (d. 223/838), one of al-Bukhârî's famous teachers, in al-Jâmi al-Sahîh has been a matter of debate among hadîth scholars. Abdullah b. Salih, whose narrations are narrated by Abu Dâwûd, al-Tirmidhî and Ibn Mâjah, is an important figure whom al-Bukhârî interviewed and also narrated from him in his works such as al-Adab al-mufred, al-Kirâʾa Khalfa al-imâm and al-Târîkh al-kabîr. However, whether he narrated directly from him in al-Jâmi al-Sahîh has been a (...)
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    Detection and Analysis of the Rivayah About the Prayers of Iftitah.Rıdvan Kalaç - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):387-432.
    As mentioned in the narrations, the messenger of Allah (pbuh) used to recite some prayers known as opening prayers such as Subhaneke, Wejjehtu and Allâhümme Bâid before reciting Fatiha surah while starting the obligatory and supererogatory worships (salat). In this study, it is aimed to find out the reflections of the abovementioned prayers in narrations, and to determine their authenticity and to reveal the reasons why jurisprudential sects preferred different prayers. Benefitting from literature review method, hadith inferences were made, and (...)
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    Disputes and Causes of Dispute of Hanafi Imams on Zakat.İlyas Kaplan - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):619-648.
    The Hanafi Sect was the first among the fiqh sects that completed its formation and codification. Abu Hanifa, the founding imam of the sect, raised many students. His most prominent students were Abu Yusuf, Muhammed al-Shaybani and Zufar. While teaching his students, Abu Hanifa created a free environment and was pleased that his students adopted opposing views to his. Accordingly, different views emerged among the imams in question for reasons such as interpreting the texts, taking into account the changes in (...)
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    Problems and Religious Coping methods of Hearing Impaired Students.Eyyüp Kayaci - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):731-761.
    The study was carried out in order to reveal the problems of hearing-impaired students, who have an important place in our society and the reli-gious coping methods they use to cope with their problems. In the first part of the study, the problems of the hearing impaired students and their religious coping methods were examined. In the second part, the findings obtained as a result of the interviews were interpreted under two headings as the participants' problems and religious coping methods. (...)
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    Prominent Themes in Ibrāhīm ʽAbd al-Qādir al-Māzinī’s Novels.Adem Keser - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):295-323.
    The first examples of the novel genre in modern Arabic literature emer-ged with the innovation movements initiated in this country after Napoleon's invasion of Egypt. In terms of technique and fiction, the Arab novel's reaching the desired standards and the first novel examples in the literary sense were made possible by the contributions of many writers who came to the fore with their different identities from writing novels. One of these writers, better known as a critic, is Ibrāhīm ʽAbd al-Qādir (...)
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    One of The Forgotten Victims of Throne Struggle in The History of Al-Andalus: ‘Abdallāh b. ‘Abd al-Rahmān Al- Nāṣir (d. 338/950 or 339/951). [REVIEW]C. A. N. Mesut - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):1-16.
    ‘Abdallāh b. ‘Abd al-Rahmān al-Nāṣir the son of ‘Abd al-Rahmān III is one of the figures who have remained unnoticed both in classical sources and in contemporary studies. Among the main objectives of this research are to compile and collect information about his life, about whom most of the historical sources of al-Andalus give little or no information. According to historical sources, ‘Abdallāh b. ‘Abd al-Rahmān opposed the appointment of his brother al-Hakam II as the heir apparent and was alleged (...)
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    The Position and Importance of Masjids in Kufa in the Early Period in Fiqh Education.Abdullah Önder - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):113-144.
    Throughout the history of Islam, mosques and masjids have been in a position where Muslims both perform their prayers and perform their scientific activities. In this sense, in the history of Islamic culture, Muslims mostly learned and taught sciences such as the Qur'an, tafsir, hadith and fiqh in these places until the spread of madrasahs. Especially the al-Masjid al-Nabawi, which the Muslims built here with their migration from Mecca to Medina, has become a full center of science. People called Companions (...)
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    Semantic Analysis of the Root “Ḍ-r-r” in the Qur’an.Faruk Özdemi̇r - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):177-214.
    In the ancient Arabic dictionaries, the root “ḍ-r-r” has three main meanings: “to harm”, “to gather” and “strength”. In the course of history, many words have been derived from these root meanings and have acquired various meanings. In the present article, the words derived from the root “ḍ-r-r” are semantically analyzed. First, the etymological origins of the root as well as its compounds and their meanings in early Arabic dictionaries are analyzed. In this context, it was aimed to determine the (...)
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    Narrative Sources in Alaaddin Musannifek’s Sharh al-Misbah fi’n-nahw: Qur’an, Hadith and Arabic words.Necmettin ÖZTÜRK & İbrahim ŞABAN - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):215-238.
    Grammar studies on Arabic started with Abu Aswad ad-Duali (d. 69/688) in Basra, the center of science and culture. Grammar studies have improved with scholars such as Khalil b. Ahmed (d. 175/791) and Sibeweyhi (d. 180/796) during the Abbasid period (750-1258). These studies, which continued in the style of commentary and annotation after the Abbasid period, reached its peak in the Ottoman period (1300-1922). One of the scholars who wrote a work in the style of commentary on the science of (...)
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    Relationality in Theology: A Study in the Context of Jürgen Moltmann’s Theological Anthropology.Sevcan ÖZTÜRK - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):701-729.
    This study deals with the concept of relationality, which has become one of the central themes of contemporary theological literature. The value of the concept in terms of philosophy of religion and related disciplines such as ecotheology and comparative theology is questioned within the framework of Jürgen Moltmann’s ecotheological anthropology. This study claims that the applications of relationality in theology have the potential to make significant contributions to the enrichment and deepening of the perspectives of the philosophy of religion and (...)
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    Analysis of the April-1281 Tezkire on the Duties and Responsibilities of the Administration in the Mamluk State Order.Ahmet Sağlam - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):53-77.
    When the Mamluk Sultan Qalawun (1279-1290) moves to Syria with her army to fight the Mongols, martial law is declared in Egypt. Kalavun's son as heir Salih Ali in Egypt, published to Zaynaddin Ketboğa a tazkire that dated April-1281 containing the martial law decisions. Tezkire talks about the duties and responsibilities of administrators in the context of state-security-service. These decisions are important state affairs in the flow of daily life such as the judiciary, law, justice, security, transportation, service, trade, land, (...)
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  50. N'fı's Qırā’a and the Ten Ways in the Maghrıb and North Afrıca Regıon.Alaaddin Sali̇hoğlu - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):325-358.
    In the first three centuries of Hijri, the first schools of qırā’a emerged in cities such as Medina, Mecca, Kufa, Basra and Damascus. The science of qırā’a concentrated in these cities spread to the newly conquered geographies in parallel with the conquests and the Islamization activities carried out, and under the influence of different factors, some qırā’a’s became dominant in certain regions. Having a special place among the first schools of recitation, Nāfi' b. Abdirrahman al- Madanī’s (d. 169/785) qırā’a gained (...)
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    Hadith And Sufi Ethics: a Study on The Effect of Hadiths on The Construction Of Morals in The Framework of Al-Ḥakīm Al-Tirmidhī’s Work Titled Nawadir Al-Usūl.Muhammed Siddik - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):239-294.
    This study deals with al-Ḥakīm al-Tirmidhī’s conception of morality, how he bases this conception on hadiths and how he interprets hadiths according to his own Sufi disposition. al-Ḥakīm al-Tirmidhī is one of the foremost Sufis who resorted to the Qur'an and the Sunnah to prove his views on the issues of Sufism and morality. The study aims to analyze his handling of hadiths and the way he resorted to hadiths while grounding moral issues within the framework of his work Nawādir (...)
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    Islamıc Socıety Accordıng to Roger Garaudy Cıvılızatıon and Causes of Collapse.Mehmet Sulhan - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):483-501.
    The basic resources of the Islamic Society are generally the Qur'an, the Sunnah, the mind, science and culture. The Islamic society that emerged with the migration of Muhammad from Mecca to Medina in 622 was the beginning of a new civilization. This civilization has created a society based on the unity of belief, which goes beyond the principles of language, color, race, geography, blood ties and nationality. According to the French-born Muslim philosopher Roger Garaudy, this society had a very different, (...)
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    The Use of the Opinions of the Madhab Scholars as a Basic Argument: An Explanatory Essay on the Method Adopted by the Hanafīs.Kamil Yelek - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):359-385.
    Ḥanafī scholars resorted to various methods such as abrogation (naskh), specification (takhṣīṣ), preference, (tarjīh) interpretation (taʾwīl) in order to eliminate the incompatibility between the views of the founding authorities of the madhab (ashāb) and the nass (verses and hadiths). According to the famous narration attributed to Abu’l-Hasan al-Karkhī (d. 340/952), one of the Iraqī Ḥanafī scholars, it is thought that the nass contradicting the views of the madhhab scholars are abrogated, or that other evidence is preferred over them, but it (...)
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    The Principles on Which Zaydī Muhaddith Ahmad b. Suleiman (d. 566/1171) Used to Understand The Hadiths of Ahkām.Semih Yolaçan - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):503-544.
    Understanding and interpreting religious texts correctly is an important problem in every period and culture. Taking advantage of the ezperience of our ancient culture in solving this problem will greatly alleviate our burden. Because, despite the historical distance between us, it is possible to come across traces in the works of the predecessor ulama which will enlighten modern methods of today. In addition, the scientific and cultural heritage of the sects other than Ahl-Sunnah has rich content in this sense. To (...)
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    A Study in the Context of the Usage and Possibility of the Arabic Language as a Method of Hadith Criticism.Nilüfer Kalkan Yorulmaz - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):579-617.
    The issue of textual criticism/matn criticism in the Islamic world has started to be discussed, especially in modern times, when the issue of criticism of the holy books came to the fore in the West. However, when the history of Islamic sciences literature is examined, it is seen that the subject of criticism of hadith texts has been on the agenda of Muslims, even though it is not as central as isnad. One of the important pillars of the text-centered approach (...)
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    Some Findings on the Socio-Psychologial and Strategic Analysis of Hudaybiyyah Peace.Mücahit Yüksel - 2023 - Tasavvur - Tekirdag Theology Journal 9 (1):459-482.
    Hudaybiyyah Peace is one of the important turning points in the history of Islam. As a matter of fact, the Muslims, who were in a position of defense against the polytheists before, started to gain the upper hand after this treaty. In addition, with this peace, the polytheists recognized Muslims as a force for the first time. The process from before to the end of this treaty also includes many successful sociological and psychological moves in the policy of the Prophet. (...)
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