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Approach to jurisprudence - Prof.  Fakhreddin Attar

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 Publisher: IFAV
 Author: Prof.Dr.  Fakhreddin Attar
 Casing quality: soft cover
 Page quality: imported paper
 Pages: 504
 Size: 16 x 23.5 cm
 Barcode: 9789755481746

 an introduction

 All ancient nations had their own laws and laws, and they were allowed.  However, the work that mentioned the science of law as an abstract and theoretical science was not created.  His first work on this topic was published under the name of Imam al-Shafi’i (d.204/820) al-Risalah.  This activity constitutes one of the largest products of the Muslim work on r.ukuk science.  This science, which Muslims call the origin of jurisprudence, talks about the philosophy of law, the sources (evidence) of its laws, the fundamentals of purity, and the interpretation and application of the text.
 Islamic jurists have created hundreds of works in this field in various ways.  Although some of these books have been printed, some are still in bookstores as manuscripts.  It would be useful if it was prepared for publication and presented for the benefit of the world of science.  In the field of jurisprudence curriculum, some studies have been conducted in each of the other Islamic countries (the Arab world) and in our country in our time, and some new publications written in Arabic were translated into Turkish with the names of "Islamic Sharia" as philosophy, Islamic law curriculum, Islamic law curriculum, jurisprudence of principles,  We see that it was so.  We hope this book makes a small contribution to this science.
 Currently, procedures for Islamic law are included in the curricula of colleges of theology.  We have prepared this book in order to enable students to easily follow the topics of this lesson in the program.
 Our book contains an introduction and eight chapters.  In the introduction, information about description, topic, purpose, history, and works of the Fiqh Minhaj were provided.  In the first part, the examination of the original and physical evidence.  In the second part, the judge, the verdict, and the convicted are discussed.  In Chapters Three, Five, and Five, “the methods of ruling were examined from the foundations, and included issues related to words, and the interpretation of al-Idli and al-Maqsad al-Shari’a were explained.
 We prepared the work by following the methods of scientific study.  We have shown the sources we use when necessary in the footnotes.  We did not apply transcription marks so the reader could easily continue the work.  But we found it useful to give some terms and explanations in Arabic letters along with some verses and hadiths.
 I would like to thank everyone who contributed to publishing this book, and I ask God Almighty to benefit from this work.
 Istanbul 1988
 Dr.  Fakhreddin Attar


 Introduction 17
 sign in
 Fakih procedures and history
 The concept of actions of the jurist 21
 Fundamentals of Jurisprudence Science, Usul, and Rulings of Jurisprudence 21
 B- Description of jurisprudence, its origin 23
 C- The subject of the Fiqh Method 24
 D- The purpose and benefits of the jurisprudential approach 25
 The difference between the electronic jurisprudence method and the Shari’a jurisprudence and jurisprudence 26
 Second: The History of the Osla Jurist 30
 A-Hz.  Origin of jurisprudence in the time of the Prophet 30
 B - Fundamentals of jurisprudence during the time of the Companions 31
 C- Fundamentals of jurisprudence at the time of Tab 32 n 32
 Fundamentals of Jurisprudence in the Time of the Mujtahid Imams 32
 Third: Methods of professions, features, and procedural procedures
 Jurisprudence professions and their characteristics 33
 B- Classifications of the Fiqh Curriculum 34
 The first chapter, guide Al Sharhi
 Introduction: The Concept of Evidence for Evidence 45
 Public Equity Evidence I-IN 45
 II- Concept of Evidence 45
 A- Description of evidence 45
 B- Types of evidence 46
 C- Arranging and arranging evidence 48
 Chapter 1 Actual Evidence
 A- Description of the book 49
 B- Features of the book 50
 C- The Qur’an being a pretense 53
 D- Method of explaining the provisions of the Qur’an 54
 E- Announcing the Qur’an etiquette (Interpretation) 54
 And - the importance of the Qur’an in al-Ahkam 56
 G- The Faithful, Ethical and Practical Rulings in the Qur’an 57
 Chapter 59
 A- Description of the year 59
 B- Circumcision is the source of concealment 59
 C- The locality of the Sunnah in Tasri 62
 D - Nevis Sunnah by its nature 63
 1-Kafli, 63 years old
 2- The Sunnah of the Prophet 64
 3- Repetitive year 65
 E- The core of the Sunnah, starting from Chapter 66
 1- Hadiths of Al-Musnad 66
 2-Münkatı / Mursel Hadiths 68
 F- The conditions required by the narrator 69
 G- Conditions of the doctrine, ahadith, and hope, 70
 1- Conditions of acceptance of Haber Al-Wahidi Al-Hanafi 70
 2. Conditions for accepting Haber and Haidi Al-Maliki 73
 3- Amel conditions for the rabbi Waheed al-Shafi’i 74
 4- Amel conditions for the single ink of Hanbali 75
 H - Proving the provisions of the Prophet's Sunnah 75
 I- Hz.  Salvation of the Prophet 76
 A- Description of the judgment and its importance 78
 B- Conditions for the judgment occurrence 79
 C- Immunity to the formation of the celestial planets 81
 D- The types of impression in its composition 83
 1- Sarih (Kafli / Amelie) İcmâ 83
 2- Improving Silence 83
 3- Refusing the ink and creating the third scene 83
 E- Levels of persuasion, denial, denial, and nishi 84
 F- Basis for Enforcement (Law) 85
 G- Potential persuasion and actual invention of the Vuk 86
 H- Impossibility of consequences of the ijm 87 system
 Possibility of persuasion 87
 IV-cyst 89
 A- Description of the comparison and its nature 89
 B- Comparative relationship with ijtihad 91
 1 - The translation number 91
 2 - Sexual marriage 92
 3- Editing of manat 93
 C- The comparison is the 93 Celestial Formation
 1- Admitted Evidence 94
 2- Evidence for those who do not accept the comparison of evil with evil 95
 D- Subject and Field of Comparison 96
 E- Comparative Rocks 97
 F- Comparison Conditions 97
 1- Conditions relating to the original judgment 97
 2- Conditions related to Fer 98
 3- Conditions for Message 99
 G- Message 99
 1- Illet's Recipe 99
 2- The relationship between Illet and wisdom 99
 3- Conditions of Illet 101
 4- The Relationship between Illet and Judgment 103
 5- Nevias IELTS 104
 6 ways to find the message 104
 H- Base and Comparative Parts 107
 1- Comparison rule 107
 2-Parts Comparison 107
 Chapter II
 Evidence for FER
 A- Recipe 109
 1 Narrow operation 109
 2- Widespread employment 110
 B- Types and Basis of Work 110
 1- Employment due to people 111
 2. Employment due to Icma 111
 3- Working due to Hardship 112
 4- Comparison of Hafi 112
 5- Employment due to customs 113
 6- Employment according to expenses 114
 C- Building intelligence as one unit 115
 II- studio 116
 A- Cell description, nature and composition 116
 B- Evidence-based foundations 118
 C- Case Arbitration 118
 A- Description of Fees and Their Types 119
 1- Zarri, footnote, and improvement fees 119
 2- Mutar, Return and Morcel expenses 119
 B- Correctors and consignors 122
 C- Formation of reformer sender under the name Sojcet 122
 D- Conditions for those who accepted the right to vote with strict conditions 123
 E - Those who accepted the armed missionaries and their rise and opinion 124
 And - those who do not accept the armed Marcel and their opinions 125
 G- Some jurisprudence based on the principle of assignment 125
 IV-ÖRF Tradition and Order 127
 Custom recipe 127
 B- Types of customs 127
 C- The occurrence of customs 129
 D- Conditions for accepting customs 130
 Aruf and Nassin Terrazzo 131
 F- Taking the client’s reputation in applying provisions 131
 G- Amending allocations based on custom 132
 133 Wheat Cultivation Project 133
 A- Religion and Sharia 135
 B- Sharia, men before us 136
 1- Canceled provisions 137
 2- Unresolved provisions 137
 3- Canceled provisions not indicated on 137
 A- The meaning and nature of al-Zari 139
 B- The importance of agricultural irrigation 140
 C- Cardamom and pomegranates 141
 Second part
 Judicial authorities
 Chapter 1
 the judge
 I-HKİM 145
 II-HÜSN and KUBUH (Good Evil) 147
 A- Manas Hsoun and Kebuh 147
 B- The Views of the Sects on Hisn and Kebouh 148
 1- The issue of al-Hakim and al-Sharif Lahcen and his denial 148
 2 Assigning people to responsibility in the Hereafter 150
 3- Can the mind be a source of judgment?  152
 Chapter II
 Allotments and types
 Article Description and Analysis 155
 II- Types of Government 159
 160- Food project
 A- The nature of the award proposal 160
 B- Sections of the proposal proposal 160
 IV-FIVE provision on public evidence 164
 A- and pocket / individual 164
 1- Prescription of obligatory sin and its relationship to the assignment 164
 2- Words and customs that indicate the existence of the verb 165
 3- The obligatory duty to pay 166
 4- Departure of the body in terms of payment date 167
 5- Division of duty: the two demands of 169
 6- The amount of dividing the Fajib 169
 7- Whether the taxpayer is specific or not. 169
 B- Delegate (Sunnah - Desirable) 170
 1- Delegate description, grades and importance 170
 2- Words and customs that express Manda 171
 C- Haram 172
 1- The Recipe of the Sanctuary 172
 2- Types of campus 172
 3- Words and customs that express what is forbidden 173
 Disliked 174
 1- Recipe and varieties 174
 2- Words and Customs in Expressing Evil 174
 1- Recipe, Nature, and Types 175
 2 - Words and customs expressing the jibba 175
 177 Iron and Steel Industry Project 177
 A- Azmat 177
 B- License 177
 The provisions of the VI-VAZ 180
 A- Description of the ruling and its divisions 180
 B - Basic Provisions 181
 1-Message 181
 2-Reason 182
 3-Condition 184
 4 years 186
 5- Corner 187
 6- Mona 1187
 Chapter III
 Collaborators I and terms of commitment 189
 II- License 191
 Driver's License Description 191
 B - Types of driver's license 191
 1- Authority license 191
 2- License kit 192
 III- License Errors 194
 A- Failure of the heavenly driving license 194
 1. Childhood 194
 2- Konin (mental illness) 196
 3- Attia (mental weakness) 197
 4- Sleep and Fainting 198
 5- Don't forget 198
 6- Al-Haiz and Nevas 198
 7- Sickness of death 198
 8- Death 199
 9- Slavery 199
 B- Failure of Acquisition 200
 Ignorance 200
 2- Sugar 200
 3 - Kidding 202
 4- Balance 203
 5- Error 205
 6-Forgiveness 206
 7- Flight 207
 the fourth chapter
 Al-MÂHKÛMU FÎH (Taxpayers' Business)
 I- Conditions of Offer and Contracting 209
 A- Strength and Mercy 210
 B- Mala Utac proposal 211
 C- The rights of God and the servants 213
 the third part
 Lavsee USزيL Principles
 Introduction: Regulations 217
 I-NASSs and Its Principles 217
 Second Language Actions 219
 Chapter 1
 Laviz in the ocean direction
 A- Good speaker 221
 B- Absolute 223
 C- Supporter 224
 D- Amir 228
 We salute 235
 II-MM and TAHSİS 238
 A - Â 238 mm
 B- Allocation 249
 A- The joint 254
 B- Movvel 257
 C- Evil Friday 258
 Chapter II
 Pictures open and closed
 261 Garment Industry Project 261
 A- Al-Zahir 261
 B - people 262
 C- Moveser 263
 D- Arbitrator 264
 265 Iron Industry Project
 A- Hafez 265
 C- Mukmel 267
 Chapter III
 LAFIZS, which differ according to their use and condition
 269 ​​Iron and steel industry project 269
 A- Truth 269
 B- Metaphor 271
 The Second-Sarih and the Nickname 276
 A- Yellow 276
 B- Allusion 277
 the fourth chapter
 Lavese toward insights
 279 Project for the manufacture of sulfur 279
 A- Nassen Paul 280
 B - Nassin sign 280
 C- Delegation of Nassin 281
 D- Nassin Economics 282
 The second - loaded - Mohaulev 284
 A- Scope of Understanders 284
 B- Nawais Al-Mafhomoon 285
 C- Solidarity with Miftah Al-Mahlaf 289
 294 Getting ready-made clothes 294
 Chapter V
 Mind and liberation
 A- The description of the bey 297
 B - Nevis Statement 297
 the fourth chapter
 TERUZU'L Work and Solutions
 Chapter 1
 I- The Meaning and Nature of Tarooz 309
 II-TE ARUZ and whether there is a Boss 310
 III- Requirements and Conditions of TE RUZ 313
 A- The Pillar of Blasphemy: Equality in Power 313
 B- Conditions of trust 313
 IV- Evidence Among Evidence 315
 Chapter II
 Ways to remove direction
 Forgotten 318
 II- choice 328
 333 Fish farming project 333
 338 Tooth implantation project 338
 Section Five
 Chapter 1
 343 Ready-made garment project 343
 II- Users' version and ruled 345
 III- Activities and History of God 345
 Fourth - The rulings of evil and ruled 347
 Chapter II
 The aims and objectives of Islam
 349 Iron and Sauces Industry Project 349
 II- Weapons 351
 A- Description and conditions of the concept of interest 351
 B- Types of fees: 352
 First - General Basis for the Purposes of a Legal Horse 356
 E - Whether interest and wisdom combine 356
 E - dropping the eligibility for charges and misconduct in rule 358
 R- End of charge and end of sentence 359
 Section VI
 - Actihud 365
 A- Recipe 365
 B - Conditions of valid jurisprudence 366
 C- The Ruling of Jurisprudence 366
 D- The Ijtihad License (Conditions of Mujtahid) 366
 E- Ijtihad can be divided or not 370
 And - the place of jurisprudence: (the field of governance) 370
 G- Ijtihad and Types of Ijtihad 371
 H- The Need for Jurisprudence 372
 A- Osolo Federation 373
 J- Humor Classes 376
 1-Tap division 376
 2 - The share of Shafis 378
 A- The Meaning and Nature of Action 380
 B- The investigative method 380
 C- Editorial license 381
 A- Concepts of Imitation and Affiliation 382
 B - Ruling on Tradition 382
 C- Imitation by difference 385
 D- Declaration of breeze by decree of section 386
 A- Meaning of Talfiq 387
 B- Types and decrees of telefok 387
 389 Gonorrhea planting project 389
 A- Description of Fatwa 389
 B- Fatwa Power 389
 C- Fatwa procedures 390
 D - In the Maliki school of thought 391
 E- The Eva method in the Hanbali school of thought 392
 F - In the Shafi'i sect 392
 G - in the Hanafi school of thought 393
 A- The meaning of the accident 397
 B- Elements of the accident (Eqan al-Qazzaz) 398
 C- Judge and ruling authority 399
 D- Laws applied in the courts 399
 E- Judgment procedures 400
 F- Method of ruling in the Ottoman Empire 401
 G- Differences between accident and loss 402
 Section Seven
 Trust history
 Chapter 1
 The concept of intelligence
 I- Description, topic, classification and objectives of Rules 407
 A- Characteristic of Jurisprudence 407
 B- Subject of Jurisprudence and Inclusion 407
 C- Division and Classification of Legal Provisions 408
 D- Purpose of Fiqh 409
 II- Sources of Services for Jurisprudence and Legal Sciences in Islam 410
 A- Features of Fiqh 410
 B- Sources of Fiqh 410
 C- Services of Islam on Fiqh 411
 Chapter II
 History of Trust and Transfer
 I'm Hz.  Fakih 413 in the era of the Prophet
 A- in general 413
 B- The Age of Mecca and Medina 415
 C- Sources of jurisprudence during this period 416
 D- Hz.  Ijtihad in the era of the Prophet 416
 E - The qualifications of the discerning jurisprudence during this period 417
 F-Hz.  Tedvin 418 in the era of the Prophet
 Second - Al-Faqih 419 in the period of the Companions
 A- Sources of jurisprudence during this period 419
 B- The nature of Ra and the companions most applied to the re-420
 C- Conflicts and their causes during the accompaniment period 421
 D- Some jurisprudence 422
 E - Companions of the Faqih 424
 F - Tedfin in the era of the Companions 425
 III- Age of Medicine 426
 A- Sources of Jurisprudence in the Era of Subject 426
 B- Legal developments and disputes in the subject period 427
 C- The beginning of the blogging movements in the field of jurisprudence 427
 Circumcision in the Age of Discernment 430
 Fakeeh Fakih in the midst of a woman 431
 Faqih 432 in the time of the Imam
 Reasons for the development of jurisprudence 432
 The emergence of the Messengers and the birth of jurisprudential terms 434
 1 - Faqih 435 in the Age of God
 Jurisprudence and Tradition 435 of the Arian era
 In the first era the jurisprudence of cooperation 437
 C- Whether the Shanhad door is closed 438
 First - Senior Jurist of the Testament 439
 Fakih 441 in the fifth hiatus
 Properties of Jurisprudence 3U on and off 441
 3- Jurisprudence Tedfin 441
 E - Growth of Al-Raed Al-Faqih during the recession 442
 EH- FIKIH 445 is in the enforcement period
 Legal characteristics and legalization activities for this period 445
 B- Scholars of Jurisprudence 446
 Chapter 8
 Sections Fakih
 Chapter 1
 The concept of the jurist is answered
 I- Altar, description, nature, and expiration date 449
 A- Category 449 description
 B- The Imam School 449
 C- The emergence of the 450 schools of jurisprudence
 A- People of Hadith and People of Opinion 450
 B - The concept of response and the jurist who support the herding 451
 A- The non-Sunni Sunni sects 454
 B- Living schools of jurisprudence 454
 C- Fiqh schools that do not live 454
 Fourth - Reasons for disagreement among graduates 457
 Fifth: Mujeeb Smoking, His Legal Status and Importance in Life 459
 Sixth - Distributions and geographical expansion of the 460 regions
 Chapter II
 Four sections
 I- General information
 464 Cast iron industry project 464
 A- Abu Hanifa, Imam of the Hanafi School, 464
 B- Students of Abu Hanifa, 467
 1- Abu Yusuf (113-182 / 731-798) 467
 2- Imam Muhammad (132-189 / 749-805) 468
 3- Students of Abu Hanifa Al-Akhir 469
 C- The interpretation of Hanafi jurisprudence 470
 D- The Fiqh Books of the Hanafi School 473
 1- Books of Dahir - Narration 473
 2- Nevdir Books 474
 3- Documentary Books 474
 476 Iron and Sauces Industry Project 476
 A- The imam of the sect, Malik b.  Anees (93-179 / 712-795) 476
 B - Education of the Maliki School 477
 C- Students of Imam Malik 477
 D- Books of Fiqh for the Maliki School 478
 Fourth - Shafee Saj 479
 A- The school of Imam Idris Al-Shafi’i (150 - 204/767 - 819) 479
 B- The Taboo of Shafi’i Jurisprudence and the Students of Imam Shafi’i 480
 C - Some books of jurisprudence of the Shafi’i 481
 482 Project 482 Cellulite Cultivation
 A- The doctrine of Imam Ahmad b.  Hanbal (164-241 / 781-855) 482
 B- The Taboo of Hanbali Jurisprudence and the Students of Imam Ahmad 483
 C- Fiqh books of the Hanbali school of thought 484
 Chapter III
 Inanimate and inanimate swords
 485 Family cultivation project 485
 A- The Awali sect, 485
 B - Sefria 485
 C- Liz B.  485
 Dr. Sufyan B.  Associate sect 485
 E- The Azharite School 486
 The Tabari sect, 486
 II- Not sunny says 487
 A- Al Harisiya sect 487
 B- The Shiite sect, 488
 491 Cast iron industry project 491
 Mixed index 495


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