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Wahda al-Wujud has been historically rejected by Ibn Timiyya and his followers such as the Salafiyya and Wahhabiyya. It also runs against all other historical theological schools such as the Mu'tazila, the Ash'ariya, and even many Akhbari and Usuli positions among the Shias. That's because Wahdat ul-Wujud has only been the doctrine of mystics among both ...


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This is an excerpt from the first bezel, Bezel of Divine Wisdom in Adamian Word (فص حكمة إلهية في كلمة آدميَّة) from Bezels of Wisdom (فصوص الحکم). The distinction is partly rooted in popular premises of Islamic philosophy at the time (which I think hold merit to this date) and Ibn Arabi's own view of the relation between Divine attributes and those of ...


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