Archiv Orientalni 83, 2015
First lines from the introduction
“The quaestionis status is whether there will be a time in the near future when the Islamic version of hell (jahannam) will be empty or almost empty. This eschatological question was addressed in part by Mr. Hassan Khalil in Islam and the Fate of Others, who continued the analysis begun by the unavoidable author al-Ghazālī and his Fayṣal al al-Tafriqa bayna al-Islām wa al-Zandaqa (“The decisive criterion for distinguishing Islam from masked infidelity”), followed by a study on Ibn ‘Arabī by Ibn Taymiyya, and then with the work of Rashīd Riḍā.”
Titre original : “Fana’ al-Nar Within Early Kalam and Mysticism. An Analysis Covering the Eighth and Ninth Centuries”
Premières lignes de l’introduction
“Le status quaestionis est de savoir s’il y aura un moment dans un avenir proche où la version islamique de l’enfer (jahannam) sera vide ou quasiment vide. Cette question eschatologique a été abordée en partie par M. Hassan Khalil dans Islam and the Fate of Others, qui a poursuivi l’analyse commencée par l’auteur incontournable al-Ghazālī et son Fayṣal al-Tafriqa bayna al-Islām wa al-Zandaqa (“Le critère décisif pour distinguer l’Islam de l’infidélité masquée”), suivi d’une étude portant sur Ibn ‘Arabī par Ibn Taymiyya, et puis avec le travail de Rashīd Riḍā.”
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