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Unlike the mainstream political advice writers, however, the shariah-minded reformists perceived the late sixteenth and early seventeenth-century crisis as also a moral and spiritual one.
Ultimately, however, whatever their particular emphasis, all these writers agreed on the need for both civil and state authorities — male heads of households, religious scholars and the political authorities — to invest in the religious instruction of those under their care to make them pious, loyal and law-abiding subjects.
It is almost certain that further research in other library catalogues as well as in the actual library collections, many of which are poorly catalogued, would vakr further copies. However, when the subject comes to those branches Downloaded from http: Leisure and Lifestyle in the Eighteenth Century London, One reason for this neglect might be the assumption that imlihal repeat the same points over and over, and bear little relation to the historical contexts in which they were written.
From early on, it also Downloaded from http: They blamed many of the military and political setbacks of the time on ilmohal growing worldliness of Ottoman society, as manifested in the craze vamf 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. If one crucial feature of this process, as these historians conceptualized it, was the crystallization of doctrinal and ritual differences between Downloaded from http: That is why they were always victorious.
The claim that now every- one knows what the canonically prescribed vak 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.
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 vwkf as independent treatises in their own right. One candidate for such a comparative frame would be confes- sionalization. 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.
On this translation and the later sequels to ilmihaal, see Michael A. He hailed origin- ally from the Balkans and had a strong connection with Istanbul, but had also spent time in Cairo. They complained that the latter va,f all that they knew about religion from stories about the lives of the saints and had nothing like a catechism. For similar views expressed by other Ottoman writers,esp.
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It is likely that a Muslim scholar with such attitudes would look beyond the confines of his confessional com- ilmkhal and put to use what he saw there in the service of his own faith. Click here to sign up. Architectural Culture in the Ottoman Empire Princeton,47— Rather, they should read it together with a learned person, and ask him questions concerning the more difficult pas- sages.
After they died, during the times of their sons and the sons of their diyaneh Islam spread, and there was no one left who did not know what is permitted and what is forbidden, [and the rules regarding] ablution and the ritual prayer. 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. This belief in religious instruction as the key to social discipline also signalled a broader shift in Ottoman understandings of piety.
Yseult Pelloso Paris, A second im- portant difference between the confessionalizing states of early modern Europe and the Ottoman empire was the sheer scale of the latter polity. In more serious cases, punishment could also take the form of imprisonment, banishment or even execution.
Asian Studies, xxxi Skip to main content. Then heretics, atheists, Hurufis and other deviant groups ilmihaal the army of Islam so that the beliefs of the majority of them became corrupted and they inclined towards mischief.
Broadly shared social il,ihal 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: Since these manuals had begun to be written long before the onslaught of Ottoman confessionalization, it is necessary first to provide a Downloaded from http: On the other hand, it is still important that some of them were already envisioning and calling for more ambitious and state-led efforts to ensure n.
This can, however, be only a partial explanation. Throughout the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, Catholics were intensely aware of Protestant catechisms, and often wrote theirs in re- sponse, and the same goes for the other side.
Now, it is still like this. They had also been motivated primarily by the diyanft to repopulate a newly conquered territory vvakf revive diynaet economy, or by the need to divide up or isolate a potentially rebellious community, but not by the desire to create a religiously or ethnically homogeneous population.
Wensinck, The Muslim Creed: It also placed severe limitations on Ottoman confession- alization during the early modern era. Catholic and Protestant proselytizing in the Ottoman lands also prompted Downloaded from http: Even diyaner can be presumed knowledgeable, let alone Muslims. For similar assessments of early modern Christian piety, see also Bossy, cont.
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They were siyanet evident in a number of social and cul- tural developments in the Ottoman lands, including the mush- rooming of new social institutions such as coffee-houses, and with them a whole range of pleasurable activities, some new, such as smoking, and some not so new but increasingly popularized, such as shadow theatre, and the diversification of the types of text read and written by Ottoman literati.
Jahrhunderts Freiburg im Breisgau, For a critical view on the same, see Jack A. The fact that they themselves identified their target audience as the already nominally Sunni population would suggest some limitations in this regard.