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Aspects de l’argumentation élaborée par Taqī l-Dīn Aḥmad b. Taymiyya (m. 728/1328) dans son livre du Rejet de la contradiction entre raison et Écriture (Darʾ taʿāruḍ al-ʿaql wa-l-naql)

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RésuméLe présent article s’intéresse à des aspects de l’argumentation élaborée par le théologien juriste ḥanbalite Taqī l-Dīn Aḥmad b. Taymiyya (m. 728/1328) dans son traité sur le Rejet de la contradiction entre raison et Écriture (Darʾ taʿāruḍ al-ʿaql wa-l-naql), un livre dans lequel l’auteur se donne pour but de réfuter la théorie herméneutique rationaliste enseignée par les plus grandes figures de la théologie spéculative sunnite. Sur les quarante-quatre réponses ou cas (wuǧūh) qui composent l’ouvrage, nous analysons les cinq premiers. Notre objectif est de faire connaître les prémisses de la dialectique élaborée par Ibn Taymiyya dans cet ouvrage majeur.

Affiliations: 1: Université catholique de Louvain

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2014-01-01
2018-06-19

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