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Since these manuals had begun to be written long before vvakf onslaught of Ottoman confessionalization, it is necessary first to provide a Downloaded from http: 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.

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Catechisms and Catechizing in England, c. These three catechism sources are reviewed and the concepts of fiqh and mystisicism are identified. Tellingly, nevertheless, he himself brings up the cross-communal connection when he writes that until now it was the religious plurality of Muslims that had kept the non- Muslims living in their midst from accepting the Muslim faith: Only then did they feel at ease thinking they were ilmihail of the people of Islam.

One reason for this neglect might be the assumption that they repeat the same points over and over, and bear little relation to the historical contexts in which they were written. While, from an early point in their history, the Ottoman authorities had periodically resorted diyaent the forcible relocation of various Muslim and non-Muslim communities, these incidents had all taken place within and ilnihali outside the Ottoman territories.

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.

This required the Ottoman government to rule the diganet communities iomihali its authority through a constant process of negotiation with the local elites and other intermediary groups. 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.


They complained that the latter learned all that they knew about religion from stories about the lives of the saints and had nothing like a catechism. Conversion and Conquest in Ottoman Europe Oxford,6. For similar views expressed by other Ottoman writers,esp.

On the other hand, it is still important that some of them were ilmiuali envisioning and calling for more ambitious and state-led efforts to ensure n. Ottoman Nomads, Migrants and Refugees Seattle,18—19, 46—8.

This can, however, be only a partial explanation. In more serious cases, punishment could also take the form of imprisonment, banishment or even execution. Religion and Power in the Safavid Empire London,58—9.

It could denote those who had limited fluency in Arabic and Persian learned discourse, or those who were literate only in Turkish or who were unable to read and write in any language.

To the contrary, they also had their own concerns and con- victions, jlmihali could, on occasion, critique the top-ranking reli- gious and secular authorities for failing to abide by the norms of Sunni Islam as they understood them.

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 authorities in spreading knowledge of Islamic ortho- praxy throughout their domains.

They were also evident in a number of social and cul- tural ilmiihali in the Ottoman lands, including the mush- rooming of new social institutions such as coffee-houses, and with them a whole range of pleasurable activities, some new, such as smoking, ciyanet some not so new but increasingly popularized, such as shadow theatre, and the diversification of the types of text read and written by Ottoman literati. Ilmihzli, Autocracy and Discipline Leiden,esp. It is almost certain that further research in other library catalogues as well as in the actual library collections, many of which are poorly catalogued, would reveal further copies.

Late Middle Ages, Renaissance and Reformation, 2 vols. The reason is that the heretics, atheists, Hurufis and other deviant groups who infiltrated the soldiers of Islam are enemies of those who belong to the People of Tradition and Vaakf [Sunni Muslims], have even greater animosity for the ruler of Islam may God Almighty give him a long lifeand wish the enemies to prevail and the soldiers of Islam to be defeated.


Vakd who had the means often preferred to educate their chil- dren at home if they had the necessary knowledge or by hiring tutors for them. He hailed origin- ally from the Balkans and had a strong connection with Istanbul, but had also spent time in Cairo.

In addition diyanett providing basic religious instruction to the people of the neighbourhood, these religious functionaries were also assigned important roles in com- munity surveillance.

Help Center Find new research papers in: Zilfi, The Politics of Piety: For similar assessments of early modern Christian piety, see also Bossy, cont.

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And that is why they were able to conquer many lands and provinces. In other words, these writers also recommended a regime of religious and moral instruction and social discipline as an antidote to the secularizing tendencies of their time.

Many comparable measures had also been undertaken by the Triden- tine Catholic authorities. Yseult Pelloso Paris, What he has to say on the religious record of the Ottoman state is diynet layered. After they died, during the times of their sons and the sons of their sons Islam spread, and there was no one left who did not know what is permitted and what is forbidden, [and the rules regarding] ablution and the ritual prayer.

Wensinck, The Muslim Creed: More tell- ingly, perhaps, some others found his discussion of how to incul- cate a better understanding of the Sunni dyanet so compelling that they copied precisely those sections and circulated the resulting text as independent treatises in their own right. Log In Sign Up. It also placed severe limitations on Ottoman confession- alization during the early modern era.

Hillerbrand and Anthony J. What is even iomihali than this is that even those who have been Muslims for generations mistake them for Muslims. Evidence from the prescriptive literature indicates that these lay, vernacular readers were perceived by the learned elites as both a liability and an opportunity.