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Title: منهج محي الدين بن عربي في فهم المتشابهات رؤية تحليلية من خلال نصوصة
Other Titles: Manhaj Muhy al-Din Bin 'Arabi fi fahm al-mutashabihat ru'yat tahliliyah min khilal nususah
Authors: محمد رفاعي محمد أمين
Keywords: Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi
Anthropomorphic and anthropopathic way
Philosophical issue
Issue Date: 14-Feb-2012
Abstract: Some Divine attributions expressed in the holy Quran and Sunnah in anthropomorphic and anthropopathic way that couldn't be accepted by its literal meanings; such as God has eye, hand, leg, is moved to anger, satisfaction, wonder: joy, laugh and other attributions similar to human beingb. It was called "sifath al-khabariyyah" by Muslim theologians. Muslim Scholars and theologians divided into groups according to their approach to these anthropomorphic Divine attributions, some of them were literalists and anthropomorphic said nothing can be compared to God in his divinity but, in Form, He is like human beings. Others were rationalist who gave metaphoric interpretation to sacred text to assure the purity and dignity of the Islamic concept of God, they are known as Khalaf as well. And some others accepted those attributions (without how/Bila kayfa) since their true meanings are beyond our understanding/Metaphysics, they have been called SalaJ: This article discusses the opinion of Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi, one of the eminent Muslim scholars, and his contribution to this philosophical issue.
ISSN: 1675-5936
Appears in Collections:'Ulum Islamiyyah, Vol. 6,2011

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