Collective Rawi Theory and Its Criticism

 

Fatma KIZIL

 

Dating methods, which are implemented in the West to determine the period when hadiths emerged, are developed based on the orientalist premise that most of the hadith literature is fabricated. In this work, the effect of the aforementioned premise to hadith dating is analyzed by providing examples and a discussion of orientalist interpretations, which are themselves based on different presumptions from those that Muslims hold. In order to safeguard this work from base criticisms and in order to contribute to hadith methodology,
the feasibility of the collective-rawi-centered isnad (attribution) – text analysis is discussed over a selected hadith group. Conclusions are analyzed by taking the history of hadith narratives into consideration.
 
2014, 543 pgs,
ISBN 978-605-4829-08-8
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