Muhammad al-Ṭāhir ibn ʿĀshūr was a graduate of University of Ez-Zitouna and a well known education and jurisprudence. He is best remembered for his Qur'anic exegesis, al-Tahrir wa'l-tanwir (The Verification and Enlightenment). Al-Tahrir wa-al-Tanwir-Tafsir Ibn Ashour 1/30 (30 volumes) [Muhammad al-Tahir Ibn al-Ashur] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Tafsir al-Tahrir wa'l-Tanwir is a work of Qur'anic exegesis (tafsir) by Muhammad al-Tahir ibn Ashur, the contemporary Islamic scholar graduated from the.
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His references to the great works of law are respectful, but at tahrir wa tanwir does not hesitate to point out shortcomings. Responding to modern challenges to Islamic traditions, Ibn Ashur called for substantive reforms in Islamic education.
His work on the ultimate purposes of Shari'a represented an attempt to revive the maqasid theory of Shatibi and an effort to renew Islamic legal theory.
Personal views[ edit ] Ibn Ashur intended his work to be relevant for the modern at tahrir wa tanwir. He claimed that the discipline of usul al-fiqh had reached its limits and become over-burdened with methodological technicalities.
Appropriate legal responses to situations in the modern world cannot be found by delving deeper and deeper into the meaning of a word.
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Scholarly work[ edit ] Ibn Ashur asserted the view that language is fundamentally ambiguous and is not enough to determine the intent of a speaker.
Further, while written words are less subject to distortion, the spoken word is actually more at tahrir wa tanwir to convey the speaker's intent. The entire field surrounding the word must be considered. In contrast, the return of generations to Medina to assess the meaning of a statement shows the importance of understanding context.
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Ibn Ashur questioned the juridical weight of an isolated hadith in determining legislation. Instead, legislative value should be sought from the totality of shari'ah. He suggested that comments seemingly to the contrary from Imam al-Shafi'i and At tahrir wa tanwir Ahmad ibn Hanbal must be distortions of their work.
He worried that taking a solitary ahad hadith in isolation from the body of shari'ah would end the quest for understanding in context. Preferring a solitary hadith over a rational deduction based on context would be problematic. Ibn Ashur believes that al-Shafi'i was misunderstood as accepting a solitary hadith over the larger context and that Ahmad ibn Hanbal was misrepresented as at tahrir wa tanwir a weak hadith over qiyas.
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He is famous for rejecting Habib Bourguiba's president of Tunisia request for a fatwa to justify abandoning the fast of the month of Ramadan because it harmed productivity. He responded by stating "Prescribed for you is fasting", and announced on the radio, "God has spoken the truth and Bourguiba has spoken falsehood.
Ibn Ashur asserted the view that language is fundamentally ambiguous and is not enough to determine the intent of a at tahrir wa tanwir.
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Further, while written words are less subject to distortion, the spoken word is actually more likely to convey the speaker's intent.
Thus, the forbiddance of these was a forbiddance of the underlying cause, or of becoming exposed to a violation of dignity or honour because of these at tahrir wa tanwir [qualities and actions].