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Un muḥaddiṯ muʿ tazilite zaydite : Abū Saʿ d al-Sammān al-Rāzī et ses Amālī *

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Résumé Abū Saʿd Ismāʿīl b. ʿAlī b. al-Ḥusayn al-Sammān al-Rāzī l-Ḥāfiẓ (m. 445/1053) était un transmetteur de ḥadīṯs (muḥaddiṯ) avec un attachement muʿtazilite. Il était un disciple de Qāḍī ʿAbd al-Ğabbār al-Hamaḏānī (m. 415/1025), et vivait à Rayy. Sa particularité la plus importante tient au fait que, malgré son appartenance au courant muʿtazilite, il était à la fois célèbre parmi les autorités de Ḥadīṯ sunnites – qui étaient naturellement adversaires des muʿtazilites –, grâce à ses profondes connaissances du Ḥadīṯ et grâce à ses nombreux voyages effectués dans des villes différentes pour entendre et apprendre des traditions prophétiques auprès de différents transmetteurs. Il a composé un recueil de ḥadīṯs sous le titre Amālī.

Affiliations: 1: Research Unit Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, Freie Universitat Berlin

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2012-01-01
2016-09-25

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