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The influence of Ibn ‘Arabî on the sufism terminology and as an example Seyyid Mustafa Rasim Efendi’s Istılâhât-ı insân-ı kâmil
Like every academial discipline sufism also has its own terminology used in sufi books from very early times. Hence, it is very important to explain the sufi terminology for a correct understanding. The ideas and works of the celebrated Andalusian sufi-thinker Muhyiddin Ibn al-‘Arabi (d.1165/1240) have left profound imprints on Islamic intellectuality and sufism terminology. His doctrine commonly called “unity of being” (wahdat al wujûd). According to Ibn al-‘Arabi, God is absolutely transcendent and universe is an appearanca of His divine names. His language is a symbolic one especially on this subject. There are echoes of the terminology of Ibn ‘Arabi throughout the Seyyid Mustafa Râsim Efendi’s “Istılâhât-ı İnsân-ı Kâmil (The terminology of Perfect Man).

Keywords
Ibn ‘Arabi, Wahdat al-wujûd, Sufism terminology, Seyyid Mustafa Râsim Efendi, The terminology of Per


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