Tadhkirat al-Fuqahā

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Tadhkirat al-Fuqahā
AuthorAl-Hilli
LanguageArabic
GenreHadith, Fiqh
Published1997
Media typePrint

Tadhkirat al-Fuqahā (Memorandum for Jurists) is a book on Shiite jurisprudence written by Allameh Al-Hilli. The book is counted as one of the greatest reasonable books on Shiite jurisprudence.

Introduction[edit]

The book of Tadhkirat al-Fuqahā counted as one of the greatest reasonably comparative books on Shiite jurisprudence or fiqh. The book is also referred to by other scholars as a confident reference. Allameh Hilli mainly points to opinions and ideas of Shaykh Tousi rather that of other Shiite Scholars.

Motive[edit]

The book has written by the request of Allameh Al-Hilli' s son namely Fakhr Al Muhaqeqin(Died.767 lunar)

Style[edit]

Allameh Al-Hilli says about his aim that he intent to express and explain the summaries of indult (Fatwa) of the jurist and rules of Scholars (Ulama) according to best explanation, the most correctness way, the most rightness style and the most confident methods.[1]

Content[edit]

The author divided the book into four rules such as: on prayings, on transactions, on unilateral obligation, on judgments. The book is divided to fifteen sections; some of them are as follow:

  • The book of purity
  • The books of Alms and fasting
  • The book of safekeeping
  • The book of buying either pecuniary or credit.[2]

Characters[edit]

The book has many characters. Some of them are as follows:

  • Refer to consensus (Ijma) as Jomhourat Al Ulama or most of the religious scholars.[3]
  • Documentation through Imam's narrations.[4]
  • Rejecting of juridical principles such as Istehsan and Qiyyas.[5]
  • using of public recourses.[6]

Summarize[edit]

The book has summarized by Ibn Motawwej Bahrani, one of the great pupils of Allameh Hilli, in a book by the title of "Mokhtasar Al Tadhkrah".[7]

Publication[edit]

The book has published many times in Iraq, Iran. The book until now published in twelve volumes. Also some part of Al Tadhkerah has published by Allameh Mozaffar and sayyed Mortaza Khalkhali in Najaf.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hilli, Hasan ibn Yousef (1414 lunar). Tadhkirat al-Fuqah (in Arabic). 1. Qom: Ale bayt. p. 4. Check date values in: |date= (help)
  2. ^ Hilli, Hasan ibn Yousef (1414 lunar). Tadhkirat al-Fuqah (in Arabic). 1. Qom: Ale bayt. pp. 36–37. Check date values in: |date= (help)
  3. ^ Hilli, Hasan ibn Yousef (1414 lunar). Tadhkirat al-Fuqah (in Arabic). 1 & 2. Ale bayt. pp. 64–115 & 36–77. Check date values in: |date= (help)
  4. ^ Hilli, Hasan ibn Yousef (1414 lunar). Tadhkirat al-Fuqah (in Arabic). 1 & 2. Ale bayt. pp. 71–85. Check date values in: |date= (help)
  5. ^ Hilli, Hasan ibn Yousef (1414 lunar). Tadhkirat al-Fuqah (in Arabic). 1 & 2. Ale Bayt. pp. 165–173 & 92. Check date values in: |date= (help)
  6. ^ Hilli, Hasan ibn Yousef (1414 lunar). Tadhkirat al-Fuqah (in Arabic). 1. Ale bayt. p. 41. Check date values in: |date= (help)
  7. ^ Terani, Aqa Bozorg (1403). Zariah Fi Tasanif Al Shiah (in Arabic). 4. Beyrout: Dar Al Azwa. p. 422.

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