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ʿAlī b.ʿAqīl ibn Muḥammad Ibn ʿAqīl, 1040‒1119


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Language

Arabic

Gender

Male

Date of birth

  • February - March 1040 Gregorian

    Ǧumādā II 431 Hegirian

Place of birth

Bagdad

Place of birth

بغداد

Place of birth

Baghdad

Date of death

  • 1119-1120 Gregorian

    513 Hegirian

Place of death

Bagdad

Place of death

بغداد

Place of death

Baghdad

Profession

Juriste.- Théologien

Profession

فقيه حنبلي  —  أصولي  —  مقرئ  —  متكلم

Profession

Jurist.- Theologian

Activity

Droit.- Théologie

Activity

الفقه الحنبلي  —  علم الكلام  —  أصول الدين  —  علوم القرآن

Activity

Law.- Theology

Title

شيخ الحنابلة

Residence

Bagdad

Residence

بغداد

Residence

Baghdad

Biography

  • Grande personnalité sunnite de l'école ḥanbalite.- Il est à la tête d'un mouvement de progrès au sein du traditionnalisme sunnite.- Sa famille est ḥanafite.- Il bascule dans le ḥanbalisme sous l'influence de son mécène et protecteur Abu Manṣūr lorsque les salǧuqides entrent à Bagdad et pillent son quartier Bab el-Ṭāq en 447/1055.- Il fréquente des écoles ḥannafites et des professeurs muʿtazilites et ces doctrines influencent ses discours et sa théologie.- Il s'intéresse aux écrits des mystiques et aux soufis.- Lorsqu'il est nominé à une chaire de la mosquée-cathédrale al-Manṣūr grâce à son mécène Abu Manṣūr, il s'attire l'hostilité d'un groupe de ḥanbalites.- Il doit se cacher d'eux à la mort de son mécène en 460.- En 465/1072, il lit publiquement sa rétractation où il désavoue le muʿtazilisme.- Il désavoue également certains de ces écrits

Biography

  • Great Sunni personnality from the Ḥanbalī school.- He stands at the end of a progressive movement within Sunni traditionalism.- His family was Ḥanafī.- He turned Ḥanbalī under the influence of his sponsor and protector Abu Manṣūr when the Salǧuqid hords entered into Baghdad and sacked his quarter Bab el-Ṭāq un 447/1055.- He attended Ḥanafī schools and Muʿtazilī teachers and those doctrines influenced his discourses and his theology.- He became interested in the great mystics' writings and in Sufis.- He is appointed to a chair in the Cathedral Mosque of al-Manṣūr, thanks to his patron Abu Manṣūr, which earned him the ostility of a group of Ḥanbalīs.- He had to hide himself from them at his patron's death in 460.- In 465/1072, he read publicly his retractation in which he retracted the Muʿtazilī doctrine.- He also retracted some of his writings

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Webography

2

Bibliography

4

Diamond   A 21412

Created at 19-01-2003 by migration (IDEO)

Updated at 20-11-2016 by علاء بدوي (IDEO)


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