Arabic 4. Accentuating and Fenguing the Thinkings of Philosophers Inferencing from the Islamic Resources in The Light of “Al-Tamyi’z”

إبراز عقائد للفلاسفة وتسويغها بالأدلة الإسلامية في ضوء مقدّمة "التميز" للفرهارويّ


  • Dr. Hafiz Ahmed Saeed Rana Ph.D Scholar, Department of Arabic, University of Bahaoudin Zakariya, Pakistan



Firharvi, Al-Tamyi’z, Quran and Hadith, Philosophers, Philosophic methodology


This article aims to accentuate the Islamic ideology about philosophers and their thoughts in the research perspectives of Abdul Aziz Al-Firharvi(1206AH-1239AH),modernistic broad minded islamic subcontinental scholar. Philosophy is one of the world beginning arts as it is related to the origin of all the sciences. It’s meaning of “love to wisdom” (that is interpretated by a strategy which leads a person to the prospects in the thinking Process of something), was actually getting used to Greece for the first time, In there many great philosophers like Ibna’ Zaqlas, Pythagore, Socrates, Plato and Aristotle established their reasonable views and opinions about the Creative and Developemental perspectives of the universe like the origin of the nature And resultantly the faculties of Theology(Al-Ilahiya’t) and Physics(Al-Tabi’at) materialised. Their views and opinions centered the basis of wisdom and that’s why they misunderstood in various types of thoughts like the many of the universe is eternal as god. Moreover; These thoughts met Islam and were polished on the purity. Then the muslim scholars denied these thoughts in every passing time when raised up. Firharvi’ is one of them who denied their thoughts on the basis of Quran and sunnah And made a middle ground between these two. He did many of the scholarly achievements in his life and Al-Tamyi’z is one of them in manuscript form. In its Preface, Firharvi’ has justified all of the Thinkings of Philosophers on the fundamentals of Quran and sunnah by summarizing these at his best. So, This article relates philosophy to Islamic Ideology as not to accept thinkings of philosophers outright, nor to neglect them in that way and there should be a middle between these two for the application of socio-philosophical rules on the society.