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Hence it seems particularly important to address the convergences be- tween Islamic and Christian attempts to educate their laity in the fundamentals of their faith within a larger frame of shared trajectories. In reality, some of these people are heretics, atheists and Hurufis, some materialists and diyaney members of n.
For similar views expressed by other Ottoman writers,esp. For it was quite common in those vakt that, after a land was conquered, the entire popu- lation or a large majority would convert to Islam, and they would not know about ritual cleansing, ablution and total bodily ablution, and about alms Downloaded from http: For other agents, see Eric R.
More tell- ingly, perhaps, some others found his discussion of how to incul- cate a better understanding of the Sunni creed so compelling that they copied precisely those sections and circulated the resulting text as independent treatises in their own right.
One candidate for such a comparative frame would be confes- sionalization.
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In more serious cases, punishment could also take the form of imprisonment, banishment or even execution. Significantly, this reading public included not just ulema ilmihla scholarslearned sufis members of the mystical brotherhoods and scribes, but also merchants, artisans and rank-and-file soldiers. Fleischer, Bureaucrat and Intellectual in the Ottoman Empire: They also agree that Muslims should first acquire knowledge of the first kind and only then go on to study those subjects that are of the second kind.
Note that even though these databases include only sporadic references to manu- scripts held outside Turkey, I was able to identify several manuscript copies located in more distant centres such as Sarajevo and Cairo. Catechisms and Catechizing in England, c.
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Evidence from the prescriptive literature indicates that these lay, vernacular readers were perceived by the learned elites as both a liability and an opportunity. Introduction, Analysis, Text, Glossary], ed.
Still, the up-and-coming Turcoman lords who ruled the area — among them the Ottomans — were eager to attract to their nascent courts scholars equipped with a knowledge of Islam as well as of statecraft. From early on, it also Downloaded from http: Remember me on this computer. Mullett, The Catholic Reformation London, ; the references cited in n. Finally, we should remember that, ilmiyal similar as the sensibilities of some pious Muslims and Christians were during the late six- teenth and early seventeenth centuries, they operated under rather different institutional constraints.
The fact that they themselves identified their target audience as the already nominally Sunni population would suggest some limitations in this regard.
Recent research has indicated that the neigh- bourhood assumed an altogether new significance in the early modern Ottoman empire as an administrative unit, a quasi- Downloaded from http: They blamed many of the military and political setbacks of the time on the siyanet worldliness of Ottoman society, as manifested in the craze for new stimulants such as coffee and tobacco and for new social institutions such as coffee-houses, and they recommended a regime of religious and moral instruc- tion in response.
It would take years for them to learn about all this from Muslims. Then heretics, atheists, Hurufis and other deviant groups infiltrated the army of Islam so that the beliefs of the majority of them became corrupted and they inclined towards mischief.
What he has to say on the religious record of the Ottoman state is interestingly layered. A Discussion of Historiography Leiden, In addition to writing countless religious manuals, books of advice and polemical treatises to en- ciyanet laymen about the requirements of their faith, other pious men also articulated similar views on the heightened importance Downloaded from http: Remote access to EBSCO’s databases is permitted to patrons of subscribing institutions accessing from remote locations for personal, non-commercial use.
Since it is common to think of secularization as a process that Downloaded from http: Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract. These three catechism sources are reviewed and the concepts of fiqh ilmijal mystisicism are identified.
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In despite of the methods of these three catechism sources are different from each other, they are discussed in the same frame. Whereas piety had been defined in earlier Ottoman texts mostly as an otherworldly quality that manifested itself through extraor- dinary acts, from the turn of the seventeenth century onwards it came to be defined increasingly as a virtue that manifested itself through constant adherence to the shariah in the here and now.
A well-known instance of this policy was the expro- priation of Jewish and Christian property in intra-mural Istanbul following the Great Fire of and the construction of a new sultanic mosque Yeni Cami in an area heavily populated by Jews.
The Roots of Sectarianism Cambridge,ch. Some have also begun to explore the parallels and interconnections between the changing understandings and uses of religion in the Ottoman empire and Europe during this period, most recently with re- course to the concept of confessionalization.
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Ottoman Nomads, Migrants and Refugees Seattle,18—19, 46—8. Now, it is still like this. The claim that now every- one knows what the canonically prescribed acts of worship are, even if exaggerated, testifies to the perceived success of the Ottoman authorities in spreading knowledge of Islamic ortho- praxy throughout their domains. To the contrary, they also had their own concerns and con- victions, and could, on occasion, critique the top-ranking reli- gious and secular authorities for failing to abide by the norms of Sunni Islam as they understood them.
Vakr also placed severe limitations on I,mihal confession- alization during the early modern era. For instance, they were expected to report on Muslims who habitually failed to perform the canonical prayers and especially the Friday noon prayer at the neighbour- hood mosque, or who upset public morality by their licentious or immoral behaviour. Because employment as tutor in a grandee house- hold was considered less desirable and less prestigious than a proper professorship, it is safe to assume that the recorded instances represent only a fraction of the actual cases.
However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. Skip to main content. Women as well as diyaney are included in this invitation, as the author affirms in va,f very first sentence in prose. This required the Ottoman government to rule the diverse communities under its authority through a constant process of negotiation with the local elites and other intermediary groups.
In the early nineteenth century, similar calls would be heard once again vakv, in a new phase of centralization as well as Sunnitization, the Ottoman political authorities would begin to invest much more aggressively in primary education as well as religious indoctrin- ation. The Melami-Bayramis also largely went underground after suffering a wave of persecutions in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries.
Broadly shared social and economic trends of the early modern era such as urbanization, monetization and the spread of literacy must also have played a role in this regard as much as, and perhaps Downloaded from http: Its Genesis and Historical Development Cambridge,