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However, users diganet print, download, or email articles for individual use. Click here to sign up. First, the ulema, even in their highly bureaucratized form under the Ottomans, lacked the institutional formality of a church hierarchy.
Remote access to EBSCO’s databases is permitted to patrons of subscribing institutions accessing from remote diyaanet for personal, non-commercial use. 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 likely that a Muslim scholar with such attitudes would look beyond the confines of his confessional com- munity and put to use what he saw there in the service of his own faith. Hess, The Forgotten Frontier: Fleischer, Bureaucrat and Intellectual in the Klmihal Empire: What he has to say on the dlyanet record of the Ottoman state is interestingly layered. They did not understand the reason for this. That is why they were always victorious.
Leiden, —5ii. 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 text as independent treatises in their own right.
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.
For a complementary perspective we should also consider the views offered by the pious Ottoman writers themselves.
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And those people who are among the seekers of knowledge began to abandon those sciences that are required for a minority for those sciences that are [merely] permitted. Yseult Pelloso Paris, Log In Sign Up. It also placed severe limitations on Ottoman confession- alization during the early modern era. Istanbul in the Eighteenth Century Seattle, Hillerbrand and Anthony J.
Even though the Ottoman writers do not comment on the mass expulsions in Europe, they must have known of at least some of them, since many Jews and Muslims expelled from the Iberian peninsula many of whom had been nominal converts dlyanet Catholicism prior to their expulsion had settled in Ottoman cities such as Salonika and Istanbul. In Downloaded from http: This is why, despite the fact that their numbers were in the thousands, il,ihal no longer won any diyqnet and began to lose lands that had been conquered by [their] illustrious ances- tors.
An important corol- lary of this process was the transformation of the imams and muezzins of neighbourhood mosques into semi-public officials who performed various administrative functions for the state while at the same time representing the people of the neighbour- hood before the state authorities. One candidate for such a comparative frame would be confes- sionalization.
Leisure and Lifestyle in the Eighteenth Century London, While these creeds had initially developed in a context of sectarian polemics, over time polemics had given way to doctrinal elucidation as their organizing principle, and by the late medieval period they had also begun to incorporate some discussion of ritual practice.
The rush to compose catechisms by both Protestants and Catholics constitutes the best-known example of this phe- nomenon. In reality, some of these people are heretics, atheists and Hurufis, some materialists and some members of n.
On the Catholic practices, see R. The claim that now every- one knows what the canonically prescribed acts of worship are, even if exaggerated, testifies to the perceived success of the Ottoman diyanrt in spreading knowledge of Islamic ortho- praxy throughout their domains.
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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. Significantly, this reading public included not just ulema religious scholarslearned sufis members of the mystical brotherhoods and scribes, but also merchants, artisans and rank-and-file soldiers.
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Finally, we should remember that, as similar as the sensibilities of some pious Muslims and Christians were during the late six- teenth and early seventeenth centuries, they operated under rather different institutional constraints.
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A well-known instance of this policy was the expro- priation of Jewish and Christian property in intra-mural Istanbul following the Great Fire of and the construction of a new sultanic mosque Yeni Cami in an area heavily vakt by Jews. Musa Duman Istanbul, First, it articulates a rather unusual narrative of the Islamization of the early Ottoman state. For similar assessments of early modern Christian piety, see also Bossy, cont.
Zilfi, The Politics of Piety: People who had the means often preferred to educate their chil- dren at diyaney if they had the necessary knowledge or by hiring tutors for them. This abstract may be abridged.
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Remapping the Empire Cambridge, ; Cornell H. If readers do that, they will have learned more about the Sunni creed than those who have read thirty or forty books on the subject, he claims. Since both of these definitions had a long history behind them in the wider Islamic oecumene, it could be argued that the relative shift of weight from one to the other in the Ottoman context was simply an effect of Ottoman Sunnitization.
While it is possible that the literature that is discussed here had parallels among the Arabic-speaking Muslims in the southern provinces of the empire, consideration of these other works lies outside the limits of this article. They had also been motivated primarily by the need to repopulate a newly conquered territory and revive its 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.