A Neglected Ottoman Sufi Treatise From 16th Century: Mawahib al-Rahman fi bayan Maratib al-Akwan by Ibrahim al-Qirimi
AuthorYakubovych, Mykhaylo M.
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Many contemporary scholars consider the rise of Sufism to be one of the main features of the post-classical Islamic thought. As John Walbridge notes, “mysticism was a phenomenon for philosophers to explain, but eventually it also became a philosophical tool central to the metaphysics and epistemology of the postclassical Islamic philosophers. Notwithstanding this obvious fact, most of the studies on Sufi doctrines continue to deal mostly with the Classical Age (from Hasan al-Başri up to Jalal al-Din al-Rumi and his followers from Konya school ).
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