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Abstract


THE APPEARANCE OF THE OCTAL DIVISION IN THE CONCEPT "CÂMI"

This article focuses on the famous definition of the concept of Jami', which is widely accepted today and is included in many methodology of hadith works. In the term of late period narrators’ (muhaddisûn) Books that contain hadiths on eight main topics such as creeds, lows, eschatology, eating, drinking, expedition, standing and sitting’s proprieties, commentary of Kuran, history, wars, legends and unfavorables are called Jami’. The definition of the eight main issues that should be included in a hadith work of Jami’ is included in Abdulaziz ed-Dihlevi's work called Ucâle-i nâfia. Abdulaziz ed-Dihlevi does not include any reference for this definition in his work. This definition is included in these works; el-Mübârekfûrî’s Mukaddimetu Tuhfeti'l-ahvezi, el-Kannevci Sıddik Hasan Han’s el-Hıtta fi zikri's-sıhahi's-sitte, Muhammed b. Ali b. Adem Musa İsyubi Vellevi’s Kurretu ayni’l-muhtâc fi şerhi Mukaddimeti Sahihi’l-İmam Müslim b. el-Haccâc, Hasan Muhammed Eyüb’ün Kitâbu’l-hadis fi ulumi’l-Kur’an ve’l-hadis and based on Abdülazîz ed-Dihlevî himself. The definition of the concept of Jami’ in later sources is attributed to Abdulaziz ed-Dihlevi in some sources and to other works in some. As a result, the term Jami’ has been accepted with its octal classification feature and it is included in many sources in this way.



Keywords
Câmi’/Collector Book, Octal Classification, Abdülaziz ed-Dihlevi, Ucâle-i nâfia, Hadith



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