Ibn ʽAqīl


Ibn ʽAqīl
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(1040, Bagdad–1119).

Teólogo musulmán. Formado en los principios de la escuela Hanbali (ver Ahmed ibn Hanbal), la más tradicional de las escuelas jurídicas musulmanas, ofendió gravemente a sus maestros cuando intentó incorporar ideas teológicas liberales a la tradición. Procuró usar la razón y la indagación lógica para interpretar la religión, y fue influenciado por las enseñanzas de al-Hallaj. En 1066 fue nombrado profesor en la mezquita de al-ManFONT face=Tahomaṣūr en Bagdad, pero poco después la persecución de teólogos conservadores provocó su retiro, y en 1072 fue obligado a retractarse públicamente de sus creencias.

Enciclopedia Universal. 2012.

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