امام دبوسی ؒ کی تاسیس النظر میں حنفی مکتبہ فکر کےآئمہ ثلاثہ کےفقہی اُصول اوران پرمتفرع احکام کاایک تعارفی جائزہ
An Introductory Review of the Jurisprudential Principles of the Imams of the Hanafi School of Thought in the Establishment of Imam Dabusi
Keywords:Imam Dabusi, Tasess u nazar, principles of jurisprudence various of religious Manhaj Tafseer
Principles of jurisprudence is an important subject of Islamic sciences. Through which jurisprudence rules are derived by making the Qur'an and Sunnah, the hadiths of the Prophet sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, the interaction of the companions and the traces as the basis and thus a separate knowledge comes into existence under the name of Islamic jurisprudence. However, it is worth mentioning that what is the source of the principles and rules of jurisprudence and jurisprudence?
From the historical review of Islamic jurisprudence and principles of jurisprudence, it is known that within the first four to five centuries of Islam, the jurists in the light of the transferable and non-transferable interpretations of the texts of the Qur'an and Hadith, and by keeping some customs and habits in front of the stains of the principles of jurisprudence. Bull put. Among those who first codified jurisprudence, rules and regulations in a formal order. He is Muhammad bin Idrees al-Shafi'i, whose Kitab al-Rasalat is a masterpiece in this regard and is a valuable asset of Islamic jurisprudential history.In the subject under consideration, as the title indicates, it is about the jurisprudential principles and the various rulings of the three Imams of the Hanafi school of thought, namely Imam Abu Hanifah, Imam Abu Yusuf and Imam Muhammad, and the Imams of other religions such as Imam Zafar, there is a difference between Imam Malik, Imam Ibn Abi Laila and Imam Shafi'i. According to the plan, the research paper is divided into five chapters.
The first chapter is purely introductory, in which the blessed life of the author of the book, Abu Zayd Ubaidullah bin Umar Al-Dubosi, and his scholarly endeavors, and in this context, the contents and book structure of his book "Tasis al-Nazar" will be discussed. While in the second chapter and its supplementary chapters, Imam Abu Hanifah and Sahibin, in the third chapter, the Sheikhs and Imam Muhammad, while in the fourth chapter, there is a mention of the principles of disagreement between the parties and Imam Abu Yusuf and the rulings related to them. While the fifth chapter is based on the principle of disagreement between the scholars and the related issues.