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Three Early Sufi Texts By Al-Hakím al-Tirmidhí And Abú 'Abd al-Rahmán al-Sulamí al-Naysabúrí

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Three Early Sufi Texts By Al-Hakím al-Tirmidhí And Abú 'Abd al-Rahmán al-Sulamí al-Naysabúrí

ISBN: 9781891785375
Author: Al-Hakím al-Tirmidhí And Abú 'Abd al-Rahmán al-Sulamí al-Naysabúrí
Book Binding: Softcover
Pages: 192
Size: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
Publication year: 2010
Language: English
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Famous Sufi scholar Al-Hakim al-Tirmidhi lived in the ninth century CE. He was renowned for his great comprehension of Sufi philosophy and his grasp of spiritual issues. His writings frequently delve into ideas of commitment, love, and the internal quest for knowledge. Recently updated and expanded, this collection of early Sufi writings, drawn from northeastern Iran, elucidates the beliefs of a small circle of disciples called the People of Blame. Of interest to modern scholars for the contrasting beliefs of this sect with later Sufi practices, the works—as well as the larger philosophical tenants of the People of Blame—forbid individualism while espousing the acceptance of blame as the key to obtaining intimate knowledge of God. Other topics discussed by these early authors include the role of Sharia laws and the embrace of poverty among the People of Blame.These two professors' publications, which demonstrate their distinct viewpoints on Sufi theory and practice, are probably included in "Three Early Sufi Texts" as a collection of their works. The literature might discuss things like the stages of spiritual growth, the value of spiritual direction (tariqa), the symbolism incorporated in Sufi teachings, and the need for remembering and contemplation in achieving near to the Divine.

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