ash'arite

ash·'a·rite

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  • ash'arite — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Ash‘arites — (ash‘ariyya)    The Ash‘arite school of theology was founded in the early fourth/tenth century by Abu al Hasan al Ash‘ari. Originally a theologian of the Mu‘tazilite persuasion, al Ash‘ari ultimately rejected his former school’s privileging of… …   Islamic philosophy dictionary

  • ASH‘ARISME — L’ash‘arisme est l’école dont l’influence fut prépondérante pendant des siècles (Xe XIXe s.) en ‘ilm al kal m , c’est à dire dans la théologie, ou, mieux peut être, dans l’«apologie défensive» de l’islam sunnite. Elle fut fondée par Ab l ネasan al …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Ash'arism — Ash arite, n. /ash euh riz euhm/, n. Islam. the classical synthesis of Islamic philosophical theology, formulated by al Ash ari. [ < Ar al Ash ar(i) AL ASH ARI + ISM] * * * …   Universalium

  • Ash'arism — Ash arite, n. /ash euh riz euhm/, n. Islam. the classical synthesis of Islamic philosophical theology, formulated by al Ash ari. [ < Ar al Ash ar(i) AL ASH ARI + ISM] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Ashʿarī, Abū al-Ḥasan al- — ▪ Muslim theologian born 873/874, Basra, Iraq died c. 935, /936, Baghdad       Muslim Arab theologian noted for having integrated the rationalist methodology of the speculative theologians into the framework of orthodox Islām. In his Maqālāt al… …   Universalium

  • Ash'ari — The Ash ari theology (Arabic الأشاعرة al asha irah ) is a school of early Muslim speculative theology founded by the theologian Abu al Hasan al Ash ari (d. 324 AH / 936 AD). The disciples of the school are known as Ash arites, and the school is… …   Wikipedia

  • Ash{ʽ}arī, Abū al-Ḥasan al- — born 873/874, Basra, Iraq died 935/936, Baghdad Muslim Arab theologian. He probably belonged to the family of Abū Mūsā al Ashʽarī, one of the Companions of the Prophet. He joined the Mutazilah school and compiled scholarly opinions in his Maqālāt …   Universalium

  • Abû Is-hâq Ash Shâtibî — Al Imâm Abû Is hâq Ibrâhîm Ibn Mûsâ Ibn Muhammad Ash Shâtibî Al Andalusî (ابو اسحاق ابراهيم ابن موسا ابن محمد الشاطبي الاندلسي). Il naquit à Shâtibah (Xàtiva) et mourut en 1388 (790 de l Hégire) à Gharanât (Grenade (Espagne)). Il fut un célèbre… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Ahmad At Tijânî Ibn Bâba Al 'Alawî — Ash Shaykh Ahmad At Tijânî Ibn Bâba Al Alawî est un juriste Malikite de la ville de Chinguit en Mauritanie, un théologien Ash arite et un imam Tijani. Il est fréquemment appelé Ahmad Ibn Bâba. Il fut l auteur de nombreux poèmes dont son célèbre… …   Wikipédia en Français

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