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His full name is: His father was a scholar of hadith and a jurist; his early education appears to have been very orthodox. He was reared as a scholar of hadith and fiqh lawmore specifically, the Hanafi school of law that was dominant in eastern territories of Iran.
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The range of Tirmidhi’s education did include the sciences, such as Greek natural science and philosophy. His subsequent reference to learning the use of the astrolabe, implying a knowledge of astronomy and mathematics, has been given different interpretations.
However, his general pursuit of knowledge gained him the name of ” al-hakim ” the title which means he had mastered the five sciences-Mathematics-Logic-Music-Medicine and Astronomy.
Different dates are used in written sources and present literature to indicate Al-Hakim At-Termizi’s date of birth and death. The same date was written on Al-Hakim At-Termizi’s tomb. Detailed information about Al-Hakim At-Termizi’s childhood and youth is not available in the sources. According to his “autobiography”, he started learning religious sciences when he was eight, and he made a Hajj to Mecca when he was twenty-eight.
His father Ali bin Hassan was a leading scholar, a Hadith specialist, who, looking for knowledge, went to Baghdad and took an active part in scientific discussions with prominent scholars of the time on various problems of Hadith. His mother and uncle were considered to be experts of Hadith.
Consequently, Al-Hakim At-Termizi grew up in the circle of educated and scientific people, which influenced greatly on his ideology.
Some written sources contain reliable information about Al-Hakim At-Termizi’s teachers. Based on data given in the written sources Al-Hakim At-Termizi’s life can be divided into the following periods:.
Al-Hakim At-Termizi had many of students, including: Al-Hakim At-Termizi’s scientific and creative activity is closely connected with his travels to other countries and cities. He visited BalkhNishapurand Baghdadwhere science and culture reached its zenith, and he met famous scholars and took part in discussions. Nevertheless, Termizhis native city played an important role in his scientific and creative activity, and there he created his basic works.
His sermons and as well as some works, first of yakeem, Hatam Al-Avliya Seal of SaintsHal Ash-Shari’a Arguments of the Islamic Law in which are discussed Muslim rituals, about “love for God” and about various categories of mystics, about “the Seals of Saints”, along with existing “Seals of Prophets”, had dissatisfied some parts of the falikh and rich. Escaping from his enemies’ chase, Al-Hakim At-Termizi had to move to Balkh and then to Nishapurwhere he was very well accepted tirmixi where he obtained a large number of followers later.
According to Radtke and O’Kane, “he is the first and, up until the time of Ibn al-Arabi, the only mystic author whose writings present a broad synthesis of mystic experience, anthropology, cosmology and Islamic theology Tirmidhi’s system of thought is representative of an old Islamic theosophy which had not yet consciously assimilated elements from hakem Aristotelian-Neoplatonic philosophic tradition. Different figures on the number of Al-Hakim At-Termizi’s works are mentioned in the written sources.
Some authors say that the number of his work reaches four hundred. But the majority of authors tend to think hakefm about eighty works belong to him. Though many works were lost, the most important ones that contain the great scholar’s basic teachings, which comprise his scientific and spiritual legacy have been preserved 2.
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It consists of Hadithand that to some extent it reflects the author’s points of view, his outlook, his understanding the world. Other works of the scholar are: The majority of the works of Al-Hakim At-Termizi reached us in the form of manuscripts and they are kept in different manuscript funds of the world. Conditionally they may be divided into five groups: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Notable early Notable modern Singers. Retrieved 11 June Philosophers by century CE. See also Renaissance philosophy. Muslim scholars of the Hanafi School.
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