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Abd al-Razzâk al-Kāshânî and His Commentery Method

Journal: Mütefekkir (Vol.2, No. 3)

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Page : 107-135

Keywords : Tafsir; Mystic commentery; Sufism; Abd al-Razzâk al-Kāshânî; Tawilat al-Qur‘an;

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Although Abd al-Razzâk al-Kāshânî (d. 730/1330) left more than thirty works and effected commentators like Dâwûd al-Qaysarî (d. 751/1350), Ismail Haqqi Bursawi (d. 1137/1725), Alusi (d. 1270/1854), and Jamaluddin al Qasimi (d. 1866-1913) he couldn't take the place he deserved in the world of science. Furthermore, though he was a Sufi, he was accused of being withinBatiniya. Kāshânî's Tawilat al-Qur'an which is composed of the sections of te'vil of his commentary which is named Haqaiq al-Tawil repeatedly published in the name of Tafseer Sheikh Akbar by attributing to İbn Arabî (d. 638/1240) and found fame with that name. Although the method of İşari interpretation in this work which precisely belongs to al-Kāshânî prevailed the literal interpretation, it is also observed in places. In addition, anthropomorphic and hurufi comments were made in the work. In this study, we will research Abd al-Razzâk al-Kāshânî who lived in pantheist period of mystical interpretation and his commentary Tawilat al-Qur'an.

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