Ibn Taymiyyah was born in Mesopotamia. His life was marked by persecutions. As early as Ibn Taymiyyah came into conflict with local authorities for protesting a sentence, pronounced under religious law , against a Christian accused of having insulted the Prophet. In he was accused of anthropomorphism ascribing human characteristics to God and for having criticized, contemptuously, the legitimacy of dogmatic theology. During the great Mongol crisis of the years to , and especially during the occupation of Damascus, he led the resistance party and denounced the suspect faith of the invaders and their accomplices.
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Source: Bilimname. Abstract: this research will investigate the claims of some modern researchers aboutthe influence of Ibn Taymiyyah on Shatibi. Some modern researchers have raised a question thatShatibi was influenced by Ibn Taymiyyah, for itis noticeable when their books are compared thatthere is a similarity in both the topics covered and the way in which they were dealtwith. However, Shatibi does notmention the name of Ibn Taymiyyah in his available books, which raises two questions thatthis research will answer, firstly: has Shatibi benefited from the works of Ibn Taymiyyah, and quoted from them?
Secondly, if those benefits and quotations were proven, whatare the reasons thatpushed Shatibi notto mention the name of Ibn Taymiyyah? This research is divided into three parts: the firstpart: introduction to both scholars, their birth, travels, and an outline of their intellectual character. The second part: a presentation and evaluation of modern researchers approaches who have questioned the influence of Ibn Taymiyyah over Shatibi. The third part: the search for reasons thatpushed Shatibi notto mention the name of Ibn Taymiyyah in his writings.
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İbn Teymiyye'nin Selefî Tefsir Anlayışında Rivayet-Dirayet İlişkisi Üzerine
A polarising figure in his own times and in the centuries that followed,   Ibn Taymiyyah has become one of the most influential medieval writers in contemporary Islam,  where his particular interpretations of the Qur'an and the Sunnah and his rejection of some aspects of classical Islamic tradition are believed to have had considerable influence on contemporary ultra-conservative ideologies such as Wahhabism , Salafism , and Jihadism. Ibn Taymiyyah's name is unusual in that it is derived from a female member of his family as opposed to a male member, which was the normal custom at the time and still is now. Taymiyyah was a prominent woman, famous for her scholarship and piety and the name Ibn Taymiyyah was taken up by many of her male descendants. Ibn Taymiyyah had a simple life, most of which he dedicated to learning, writing, and teaching. He never married nor did he have a female companion, throughout his years.
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Allah’ın Zatından Ödün Vermemek: İbn Teymiyye’ye Göre Ruhun Yaratılmışlığı