al-Tarǧīḥ wa-l-taṣḥīḥ ʿalā al-Qudūrī
Ibn Quṭlūbuġā al-Ḥanafī, Qāsim ibn Quṭlūbuġā, 1399‒1474
collectiveness is a prominent characteristic to the Ḥanafī jurisprudential school. This means that adjudication and fatwā under its principles must rely on the most accepted opinion that is authentically attributed to the founder of the school, abū Ḥanīfa al-Nʿmān. For that reason, it was in the interest of the scholars of the school to develop the tools of verification (taṣḥīḥ) and preponderance ...
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