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Chapter Six

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Chapter Summary

This chapter discusses the Hanbalite school, which approaches most closely the method of the Zahirite school. The author is unable to find certain proof that Zahirite school would have taken the same position, as the Hanbalite school, on the practical application of ritual law and canonical law in the particular questions. The author finds rigidity in Hanbalite school's rigid adherence to the literal text also in the question of mudabbar. In the opinion of the author, the Hanbal's school surpasses the followers of the Zahirite school in extreme sophistry.

Keywords: Hanbalite school; mudabbar; ritual law; Zahirite school



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