Sufi Visionary of Ottoman Damascus: ʻAbd Al-Ghanī Al-Nābulusī, 1641-1731

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Psychology Press, 2005 - 172 من الصفحات
'Abd al-Ghani al-Nabulusi (1641 to1731) was the most outstanding scholarly Sufi of Ottoman Syria. He was regarded as the leading religious poet of his time and as an excellent commentator of classical Sufi texts. At the popular level, he has been read as an interpreter of symbolic dreams. Moreover, he played a crucial role in the transmission of the teachings of the Naqshabandiyya in the Ottoman Empire, and he contributed to the eighteenth-century Sufi revival via his disciples. This pioneering book analyzes important aspects of al-Nabulusi's work and places him in the historical context.
 

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The making of a scholarly saint
1
Encounters with Sufi books
7
Praising the Prophet
13
Lordly Reuelation
21
Sound doctrine postIbn Arabi
28
Faith and the sinful saint
35
Mujaddidi connections
44
A voice from the unseen world
53
Turks jews and Christians
91
Nabulusi and the rulers
105
Men of the tariqas
112
Holy graves
121
Last years in Salihiyya 17071731
129
Notes
139
5 7
157
Index
167

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57
Solitude in a crowd
84

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حول المؤلف (2005)

Elizabeth Sirriyeh is Senior Lecturer in Islamic Studies in the School of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds. She is the author of Sufis and Anti-Sufis: the Defence, Rethinking and Rejection of Sufism in the Modern World (1999).

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