The Debates between Ash'arism and Maturidism in Ottoman Religious Scholarship: A Historical and Bibliographical Study
The intellectual life during the Ottoman Empire – which came to dominate large parts of the Muslim world from the fifteenth to the end of the nineteenth century CE – has received relatively limited attention in modern scholarship. This study is a historical investigation of an intellectual debate between the two major schools of Islamic theology (Ash‛arism and Māturīdism) which by the eighteenth century had become a prominent theme in Ottoman scholarly...[Show more]
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