, a philosophical term, derived from ḥalla “to loosen, unfold, alight, settle in a place (maḥall), whence its classical acceptations in Muslim theology, the relation between a body and its place, an accident and its substance. Ḥulūl has also been applied to the substantial union 1. of the body and

Author: Ines Peta

’atteggiamento ġazaliano nei confronti della dottrina in questione è sostanzialmente critico e che bersaglio principale dei suoi strali sono alcuni sufi, cui egli attribuisce la dottrina del ḥulūl o “inabitazione”, alla quale ricollega la teoria cristiana dell’ ittiḥād o “unione”. Nel Kitāb al-Mustaẓhirī , ad esempio

In: Studi Magrebini
Author: Lloyd Ridgeon

conformité terne de la foi et la pratique. Keywords Awḥad al-Dīn Kirmānī, eroticism, ḥulūl, samāʿ, shāhid-bāzī , Sufijism 4 L. Ridgeon / Journal of Sufiji Studies 1 (2012) 3–30 Introduction Shaykh Awḥad al-Dīn Kirmānī (d. 635/1237–8) was a renowned Persian Sufiji who became notorious for some or celebrated

In: Journal of Sufi Studies
Author: Mun'im Sirry

Salafiyya by looking closely at the thought of the Syrian Salafi thinker Jamāl al-Dīn al-Qāsimī. e primary text analysed in this article is a brief chapter of Qāsimī’s book Dalāʾil al-tawḥīd , entitled Buṭlān al-ḥulūl wa-l-ittiḥād (e Invalidity of Incarnation and Union). Here Qāsimī discusses the notions

In: Die Welt des Islams

theses 1. that God is present in the person, of men endowed with physical beauty (ḥulūl) 2. that everything is allowed (ibāḥa) to him who knows to worship the presence of God in them. This is perhaps a corruption of the Sālimīya thesis on the divine tad̲j̲allī.

Author: Fahd, T.

contenant les expressions as̲h̲kāl al-raml, as̲h̲kāl al-turāb, ḥulūl al-as̲h̲kāl). De s̲h̲akl dérivent «squille» (figure de géomancie) et «squiller» (pratiquer la divination par le sable; cf. G. Ferrand, dans JA, VI (1905), 195; il en est de même des sikili et des skidy désignant des figures géomantiques à

rule those who have adopted such notions, originally foreign to Islām as incarnation (ḥulūl), metempsychosis (tanāsuk̲h̲) etc., are considered to be ghulāt. Cf. Friedländer in the Journ. of the Amer. Orient. Soc., xxix. 12.

Author: Laoust, H.

étant hostile au principe même de la théologie spéculative (kalām) et au Ṣūfisme ésotérique (ḥulūl, maʿrifa, ibāḥa), n’a pas évolué en vase clos; nombreux sont les auteurs ḥanbalites qui furent eux-mêmes des théologiens dogmatiques ou des Ṣūfis. La raideur souvent intransigeante de la position

Author: Pedersen, J.

. 429/1037), al-Hud̲j̲wīrī(m. 465/1072) et d’autres: — 1. ils soutiennent la doctrine du ḥulūl et de l’imtizād̲j̲, et par conséquent croient à la transmigration des esprits, intiḳāl. Se référant à la sourate XV, 29 sq., ils croient que Dieu est incarné dans tout être doué de beauté et ils se prosternent