İbn Hazm teolojisinde teşbîh ve tecsîm inancı: müşebbihe ve mücessime'ye yönelik teolojik eleştiriler
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The aim of this study is to determine the criticism to Mushabbiha and Mujassima on the basis of al-Fasl fi l-milal wa-l-ahwa' wa-l-nihal whose writer is Ibn Hazm (d. 456/1064), one of the eminent scholars of the Andalusian civilization. In this work, Ibn Hazm gives systematic information about the non-Islamic religions as well as the sects emerging under the Islamic roof, criticizing the views of religion and religious sects from various perspectives. In doing so, he approached the views of the sects with his identity as a kalam theologian, and he made his critics in the light of classical conception of the Ahl al-Sunnah. Ibn Hazm pointed out that Mushbbiha and Mujassima had an anthropomorphic understanding of God, and emphasized that this understanding does not correspond with the belief in monotheism. He strongly emphasizes that God is one and nothing is equal to Him.