2 edition of Tafsīr al-Tustarī found in the catalog.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 333-342) and indexes.
|Statement||by Sahl b. ʻAbd Allāh Al-Tustarī ; translated by Annabel Keeler and Ali Keeler|
|Series||Great commentaries on the Holy Qurʼān -- v. 4, Great commentaries on the Holy Qur"an -- v. 4.|
|Contributions||Keeler, Annabel, Keeler, Ali|
|LC Classifications||BP130.4 .T8413 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lx, 406 p. :|
|Number of Pages||406|
|LC Control Number||2011922358|
Islamic Tafsīr, Qur'ān Commentary II: the Qur'ānic Hermeneutics of the Sūfī Sahl al-Tustarī (d. /) (Berlin: de Gruyter). to the genre of classical tafsir and a detailed study of one of its major architects, al-Tha'labi (d. /). The book offers a detailed study of the hermeneutical principles that governed al-Tha'labi. Sahl al-Tustarī (Arabic: سهل التستري ) or Sahl Shushtarī (Persian: سهل شوشتری ) according to Persian custom, born Abū Muḥammad Sahl ibn ʿAbd Allāh (c CE ( AH) – c CE ( AH)), was a Persian Muslim scholar and early classical Sufi mystic. He founded the Salimiyah Muslim theological school, which was named after his disciple Muhammad ibn Salim.
Rosihon menyatakan, seorang su yang pertama kali menulis kitab tafsir adalah al-Tustarī (w. H/ M). 10 Ia menulis karya tafsir berjudul tafsīr al-Qur’ān al-Azhīm. Tokoh sezaman lainnya adalah al-H ākim al-Tirmidzī (w. H/ M) dengan karyanya al-Furūq wā Man’u al-Tarāduf’. Book xiv of the Revival of the Religious Sciences Tafsīr al-Tustarī. Translated by Annabel Keeler and Ali Keeler. Louisville, KY: Fons Vitae and the Royal Aal al-Bayt Institute for Islamic Thought, Edited Volumes. Agai, Bekim, Umar Ryad, and Mehdi Sajid (eds.).
As a doctoral supervisor, he directed some pioneering studies of the tafsīr of Sahl al-Tustarī, the role of ʿaql in the thought of Jaʿfar al-Ṣādiq, Shiʿi philosophy in medieval Bahrain, the office of the marjaʿ-yi taqlīd and most recently the role of walāya in the thought of the Ismaʿili missionary al-Muʾayyad fī-l . Tafsīr al-Tustarī, Fons Vitae Also available online at ). Sahl al-Tustarī’s citation of poetry precedes what Walid Saleh refers to as the revolutionary. 1. the scholarly norms of. tafsīr. in favor of a literary style he seems to have found more.
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The Tafsīr al-Qurʾān al-ʿaẓīm (‘Commentary on the Great Qurʾān’) of Sahl b. ʿAbd Allāh al-Tustarī (d. /) is remarkable in having been compiled much earlier than this, by Tustarī’s immediate disciples and within one generation of his death, and in having been preserved as a commentary.
Tafsīr al-Tustarī xii This appears to Tafsīr al-Tustarī book a replication of the Cairo edition published inand is not a critical edition of the text. However, we were fortunate in obtaining CDs of three manuscripts of the Tafsīr, and have consulted these manuscripts throughout the process of our Tafsīr al-Tustarī book.
This has enabled us. Tafsīr al-Qurʼān al-karīm. Responsibility: by Sahl b. ʻAbd Allāh Al-Tustarī ; translated by Annabel Keeler and Ali Keeler. More information: Contributor biographical information; Publisher description.
His commentary, known as Tafsīr al-Tustarī, or Tafsīr al-Qurʾān al-ʿAẓīm, is important as one of the earliest Sufi commentaries and for the way in which it presents connections between verses and topics that may initially appear unrelated, but are revealed through Tustarī’s insights to be profoundly : Fons Vitae.
Tafsīr al-Tustarī Understanding (fahm) is, like gnosis (maʿrifa), shown in the Tafsīr to be an aspect of esoteric knowledge, though unlike gnosis its locus is the intellect (ʿaql), as can be seen in the many cases when Tustarī speaks of the three allied tendencies of the spiritual self.
Tafsīr al-Tustarī and interpretation, and what is beyond that cannot be contained by expression (ʿibāra) or allusion (ishāra)The statements cited above go some way to explaining the varied nature of the content of the Tafsīr,and the often allusive, elliptical and even obscure style of the esoteric interpretations.
Tafsir al-Tustari A collection of the long-unavailable tafasir, or commentaries on the Qur'an, which help to properly explain and contextualize the revelation, this series aims to make leading exegetical works—in translation, unabridged, and faithful to the letter and meaning of.
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The book explores how hermeneutics and doctrine interact in the writing of a Sufi commentary on the Qur’an and introduces an important Persian (Oxford, ), she is co-translator of the commentary of Sahl al-Tustarī, under the title Tafsīr al-Tustarī (Kentucky, ) and co-editor of The Spirit and the Letter: Approaches to the.
allows you to quote the English tasfir (commentary) of verses from Tafsīr al-Jalālayn (jalalayn), Tafsīr Ibn Kathīr (ibnkathir), Tafsīr al-Tustarī (tustari), Rashīd al-Dīn Maybudī's Kashf al-Asrār (kashf), al-Qurayshi's Laṭāʾif al-Ishārāt (qurayshi), Tafsīr ʿAbd al-Razzāq al.
51 al-Tustarī, Abū Sahl, Tafsīr al-Tustarī, ed. al-Sūd, Muḥammad Bāsil al-ʿUyūn (Beirut: Dār al-Kutub al-ʿIlmiyya, ), 1: 52 The connection made by al-Tustarī between Quran 62, Quran 22 and al-abdāl becomes a feature of later Sufi exegetical tradition.
Tafsīr al-Tustarī by Sahl b. ‘Abd Allāh al-Tustarī. Great Commentaries on the Holy Qur’ān Translated and annotated with an introduction by Annabel Keeler and Ali Keeler, Louisville KY: Royal Al al-Bayt Institute for Islamic Thought/Fons Vitae, pp., $ ISBN: (pbk).
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Sahl al-Tustarī's Spiritual Formation and his Teachers xv ii. Tustarī as Spiritual Master, and his Disciples xix iii. Tustarī's Works xxiii iv.
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First published in by Fons Vitae 49 Mockingbird Valley Drive Louisville, KY © Royal Aal al-Bayt Institute for Islamic.Her research interests include Sufi exegesis, early to 'classical' Islamic mysticism, Persian literature and prophetology. She is the author of Sufi Hermeneutics: the Qur'an Commentary of Rashīd al-Dīn Maybudī (London, ) and co-translator of the commentary of Sahl al-Tustarī, under the title, Tafsīr al-Tustarī (Kentucky, ).The cornerstone of Sahl al-Tustarī’s tafsīr methodology is an esoteric scriptural hermeneutic centered on the interior meanings of the Disconnected Letters (al-ḥurūf al-muqaṭṭaʿa) that open various Qurʾānic chapters In his Book on the Special Properties of the [Disconnected] Letters .