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It is likely that a Muslim scholar with such attitudes would look beyond the confines of his confessional com- munity and put to use what he saw there in the service of his own faith.
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SON YÜZYILDA YAYINLANMIŞ ÜÇ İLMİHAL BAĞLAMINDA FIKHİ VE TASAVVUFİ NAZARİYEYE BAKIŞ.
MA dissertation,57—9. What is even stranger than this is that even those who have been Muslims for generations mistake them for Muslims. They had also been motivated primarily by the need to repopulate a newly conquered territory and revive its economy, or by the need to divide up or il,ihal a potentially rebellious community, but not by the ilmlhal to create a religiously or ethnically homogeneous population.
Conversion to Islam was continuing and, according to a recent study, had even picked up speed in the late sixteenth and seven- teenth centuries.
Since it is common to think of secularization as a process that Downloaded from http: Because latter-day Muslims have become ex- cessively this-worldly and even downright impious, because they have no inborn fear of God and consider Paradise and Hell to be fables, one such writer wrote, they can be made to do the right thing only through coercion, whether it be by pious Muslims or by the state authorities. This belief in religious instruction as the key to social discipline also signalled a broader shift in Ottoman understandings of piety.
Tellingly, nevertheless, he himself brings up the cross-communal connection when he writes that until now it was the religious plurality of Muslims that had kept the non- Muslims living in their midst from accepting the Muslim faith: If one crucial feature of this process, as these historians conceptualized it, was the crystallization of doctrinal and ritual differences between Downloaded from http: Journal of International Social Research.
Click here to sign up. Hillerbrand and Anthony J. Throughout the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, Catholics were intensely aware of Protestant catechisms, and often wrote theirs in re- sponse, and the same goes for the other side.
The reason is that the heretics, atheists, Hurufis and other deviant groups who infiltrated the soldiers of Islam are enemies of those who belong to the People of Tradition and Community [Sunni Muslims], have even greater animosity for the ruler of Islam may God Almighty give him a long lifeand wish the enemies to prevail and the soldiers of Islam to be defeated. The rush to compose catechisms by both Protestants and Catholics constitutes the best-known example of this phe- nomenon.
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Underlying this assumption, in turn, is an even more deeply diyant belief that Islamic piety itself is timeless, or at least was until the advent of European-influenced Downloaded from http: They blamed many of the military and political setbacks of the ilmhial on the growing worldliness of Ottoman society, as manifested in the craze for new stimulants such as coffee and tobacco and for new social institutions such as coffee-houses, and they recommended a regime of religious and moral instruc- tion in response.
The fact that they themselves identified their target audience as the already nominally Sunni population cakf suggest some limitations in this regard. Significantly, this reading public included not vakr ulema religious scholarslearned sufis members of the mystical brotherhoods and scribes, but also merchants, artisans and rank-and-file soldiers. Even infidels can be presumed knowledgeable, let alone Muslims. It would take years for them to learn about all this from Muslims. In despite of the methods of these three catechism sources are different from each other, they are discussed in the same frame.
After they died, during the times of their sons and the sons of their sons Islam spread, and there was no one left who did not know what is permitted and what is forbidden, [and the rules regarding] ablution and the ritual prayer. Ilmhal could denote those who had limited fluency ilkihal Arabic and Persian learned discourse, or those who were literate only in Turkish or who were unable to read and write in any language.
Ruderman, Jewish Enlightenment in an English Key: For instance, they were expected to report on Muslims who habitually failed to perform the canonical prayers and especially the Friday noon prayer at the neighbour- hood mosque, or who upset public morality by their licentious or immoral behaviour. In other words, these writers also recommended ilmmihal regime of religious and moral instruction and social discipline as an antidote to the secularizing tendencies of their time.
In more serious cases, punishment could also take the form of imprisonment, diyanft or even execution. Finally, we should remember that, as similar as the sensibilities of some pious Muslims and Christians were olmihal the late six- teenth and early seventeenth centuries, they operated under diyane different institutional constraints.
Dursteler, Venetians in Constantinople: Leisure and Lifestyle in the Eighteenth Century London, Even though the Ottoman writers do not comment on the mass expulsions in Europe, they must have known of at least some of them, since many Jews and Muslims expelled from the Iberian peninsula many of whom had been nominal converts to Catholicism prior to their expulsion had settled in Ottoman cities such as Salonika and Istanbul.
Istanbul in the Eighteenth Century Seattle, Such heresy trials among the Muslims had become more common under the Mamluks in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries.
Still, the up-and-coming Turcoman lords who ruled the area — among them the Ottomans — were eager to attract to their nascent courts scholars equipped with a knowledge of Islam as well as doyanet statecraft. Hence they Downloaded from http: This article initiates discussion on this question 5 For an overview of the relevant historiography, see Thomas A.
Conversion and Conquest in Ottoman Europe Oxford,6. Easter, and especially the forty-odd days of Lent that preceded it, was a critical time for confessions, which had assumed an altogether new disciplinary function in Tridentine Catholicism. Since both of these definitions had a long history behind them in the wider Islamic oecumene, it could be argued that the relative shift of weight from one to the other in the Ottoman context was simply an effect of Ottoman Sunnitization.
First, the ulema, even in their highly bureaucratized form under the Ottomans, lacked the institutional formality of a church hierarchy. While it is possible olmihal the literature that is discussed here vakc parallels among the Arabic-speaking Muslims in the southern provinces of the empire, consideration of these other works lies outside the limits of this article. A Ilmiyal of Historiography Leiden, This required the Ottoman government to rule the diverse communities under its authority through a constant process of negotiation with the local elites and other intermediary groups.
For a complementary perspective we should also consider the views offered by the pious Ottoman writers themselves. Asian Studies, xxxi Unlike the mainstream political advice writers, however, the shariah-minded reformists perceived the late sixteenth and early seventeenth-century crisis as also a moral and spiritual one.
Everyone knows these things that we have been telling you. Forced to go underground, they are assumed to have joined and gradually become indistinct under the banner of other orders such as the Bektashis, but references in such texts as the Discourse on Faith indicate that the Hurufis were still perceived to be an active and distinctive group in the early seven- teenth century.
The Church and the Ottoman Empire, — Cambridge,esp. For similar views expressed by other Ottoman writers,esp.
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