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In the medieval Middle East, the Sufi experience was not only a male enterprise. Women also participated in the development of this mystical representation of Islam in different ways. Despite the existence of scholarly studies on Sufism in medieval Anatolia, the role played by women in this...
The Muhammadiyah in Indonesia is commonly known not to be very sympathetic towards mysticism in terms of its manifestations in mystical religious fraternities and pantheistic identity mysticism. Although its stance versus these religious phenomena seems to be very clear, many of its members are...
Cette étude, qui analyse trois aspects liés aux régimes alimentaires des soufi-saints maghrébins et quelques aspects de leurs comportements socioreligieux à l’époque médiévale, se base sur diverses sources hagiographiques composées du vi e /xii e au viii e /xiv e siècle. D’une part, elle met...
Jalāl al-Dīn Rūmī’s Mathnawī has long been considered to be a poem without an organizational plan as if produced extemporaneously, despite the fact that its approximately 26,000 verses are divided fairly evenly into six books that follow the same general format. Recent studies (Safavi and...
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