3 edition of Kashf al-maḥjúb found in the catalog.
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|Contributions||Nicholson, Reynold Alleyne, 1868-1945|
|LC Classifications||BP189 H783 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||443|
Familiäre Prägung. Nicholson war Sohn von Henry Alleyne Nicholson, Professor für Naturgeschichte an der University of Aberdeen (gest. ). Als er am August geboren wurde, war sein Vater noch als Wundarzt in Keighley tätig. Als Kind wurde Nicholson aber vor allem von seinem Großvater John Nicholson geprägt, einem Bibel-Gelehrten und Swedenborgianer, der Arabisch gelernt hatte.
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The Kashf Al-mahjub: The Oldest Persian Treatise on Sufiism ʻAlī ibn ʻUs̲mān Hujvīrī Snippet view - The Kashf Al-Maḥjúb: The Oldest Persian Treatise on Súfiism. Kashf al-maḥjúb. London, Luzac, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: ʻAlī ibn ʻUs̲mān Hujvīr.
The Kashf al-Muhjub was probably written in Lahore, where he is buried, not long before his death in about One of the oldest Sufi works in Persian, it is a substantial treatise aiming to set forth a complete system of Sufism.
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The kashf al-maḥjúb: the oldest Persian treatise on Ṣúfiism by ʿAlí B. ʿUthmán al-Jullábí al-Hujwírí ; translated from the text of the Lahore edition, compared with mss. in the India Office and British Museum by Reynold A. Nicholson （"E.J.W. Gibb Memorial" series, vol） Luzac, New by: Library of the Dominican Institute for Oriental Studies Account.
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Abstract. Among the extant works of the well-known Sufi biographer Abū ʿAbd al-Raḥmān al-Sulamī (d. /) is Masalat darajāt al-ṣādiqīn fi l-taṣawwuf (the. The Kashf al-maḥjúb, the oldest Persian treatise on Ṣúfiism by ʿAlí b.
ʿUthmán al-Jullábí al-Hujwírí, translated from the text of the Lahore edition, compared with mss. in the India Office and British Museum, by Reynold A. Nicholson () avec Reynold Alleyne Nicholson () comme Traducteur. AbstractHistorians and analysts of current affairs alike are.
Nicholson, Reynold Alleyne, نكلسن، رنيولد ألين، نيكلسون، رينولد الين، ניקלסון, רינולד אלין, The Kashf al-maḥjúb; the oldest Persian treatise on Súfiism by ʻAlī ibn ʻUs̲mān Hujvīr. ʿUthmān Duʿābadī Maḥmūd Kashf al-maḥjūb / Tehran Surūsh al-Hujwīrī ʿAlī b.
ʿUthmān Duʿābadī Maḥmūd Kashf al-maḥjūb / Tehran Surūsh)| false. Kashf al-Maḥjúb, pp. and () The commentator identifies the "youth " with ‘Alí b. Abi Ṭálib, the Prophet's cousin and son-in-law. According to the belief of the Ṣúfís, ‘Alí received from the Prophet an esoteric doctrine which was communicated to him alone.
The Kashf al-mahjub: the oldest Persian treatise on Ṣúfism by ʿAlí B. ʿUthmán al-Jullábí al-Hujwírí ; translated from the text of the Lahore edition, compared with Mss. in the India Office and British Museum by Reynold A. Nicholson （Encyclopaedia of Islamic mysticism and Sufism, v. PERSONS, PLACES, AND BOOKS.
Names of persons and places are printed in Roman type, whether they occur in the translation or in that portion of the Arabic text which has not been translated.
Titles of books are printed in italics. Abraham, 10, al-Abraq, 76, al-Abraqán, 63,Abu ’l-‘Abbás as-Sayyárí, Abú Bakr. 5 9 Hujwīrī, Kashf al-Maḥjúb, 6 0 Manāqib, 59– 6 1 One of these daughters, Aymana, seems to have been intellectually gifted, and the Manāqib, 60–2, relates how Kirmānī agreed to hand over her education to Abū Ḥafṣ ʿUmar Suhrawardī.
Kashf al-Maḥjúb, p. foll.; The Mystics of Islam, p foll. () "I unified in respect of the means," i.e. I perceived that God is the real agent in every act.
() "I stripped my soul of them both," i.e. both of my regard for the means themselves (v. ) and of my regard for my unification of them (v. Even in. Abstract. The article examines the nature of tawba, usually translated as ‘repentance’, in the thought of Abū Țālib al-Makkī (d.
CE). Makkī’s most comprehe. Hujwīrī, Kashf al-Maḥjúb, 60 Manāqib, 59– 61 One of these daughters, Aymana, seems to have been intellectually gifted, and the Manāqib, 60–2, relates how Kirmānī agreed to hand over her education to Abū Ḥafṣ ʿUmar Suhrawardī. The other daughter born from a concubine, was called Fāṭima, on whom see Manāqib, 68–71.
p. II. In describing Abú Sa‘íd's mystical doctrines and their relation to the historical development of Ṣúfisim, European scholars have hitherto relied almost exclusively on the quatrains which he is said to have composed and of which more than six hundred have been published I have shown above (p.
4, note 3), it is doubtful whether Abú Sa‘íd is the author of any of these.Reynold Alleyne Nicholson (geb August in Keighley, West Yorkshire; gest. August in Chester) war ein britischer Orientalist, der sich schwerpunktmäßig mit der islamischen Mystik befasste und mehrere arabische und persische Schlüsseltexte des Sufismus edierte und ins Englische übersetzte, darunter auch den Masnawī des mystischen Dichters Dschalāl ad-Dīn ar-Rūmī (The Kashf al-maḥjúb; the oldest Persian treatise on Súfism.
Author Hujvīrī, ʻAlī ibn ʻUs̲mān, -approximately Published