Sadr ad-Din Dashtaki
Birth [ edit ]
Sadr Al din was born in Dashtah, a region near Shiraz. His complete name was Sayyid Muhammad b. Mansur Al Husayni Al Dashtaki. He was born in Shiraz on second of 829/19 June. He counted as the first in the Dastaki family who confessed apparently to shiism sect. According to Pourjavady,It seems that he was a Zaydi. He also challenged with Jalāl-al-Dīn Davānī on the legality of Shia.
Education [ edit ]
Dashtaki was educated along with his cousin and learned Arabic literature and Islamic law with him. He studied rational sciences with Qawam Al Din Al-Kurbali. Kurbali had an important role in introducing Sadr Al-Din to Philosophical discussion, as did Sayyid Muslim Farsi, who was the teacher of Sadr Al-Din in logic and philosophy. Sadr Al Din was also involved in building the houses.
Mansuriyyah Madrasah [ edit ]
Works [ edit ]
- Jawaher namah on gemmology
- glosses on Qutb Al Din Razi's commentary on Katibi Qazavini's Shamsiyyah
- glosses on Qutb Al Din Razi's commentary Siraj Al Din Urmawi's Matali Al Anwar
- glosses on Qushji's commentary on Tajrīd al-iʿtiqād
- a treatise on proving the existence of God and his attributes( Risalah fi Ithbat al Wajib and Sifatihi)
Death [ edit ]
Sadr Al Din led a rebellion against the Ruler of Shiraz and was killed by a group of Turkmans on order of Ruler Qasem Bey. He died on 17 Ramadan 903/9 May 1498.
References [ edit ]
- (Nasr 2006, p. 195) harv error: no target: CITEREFNasr2006 (help)
- (Pourjavadi 2011, pp. 16–17) harv error: no target: CITEREFPourjavadi2011 (help)
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- "QĀŻI SAʿID QOMI". iranicaonline.org.
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- (Pourjavadi 2011, p. 19) harv error: no target: CITEREFPourjavadi2011 (help)
Related Readings [ edit ]
Bdaiwi, Ahab, "Some Remarks on the Confessional Identity of the Philosophers of Shiraz: Sadr al-Dîn Dashtakî (d. 903/1498) and his Students Mullâ Shams al-Dîn Khafrî (942/1535) and Najm al-Dîn Mahmûd Nayrîzî (948/1541),“ Ishraq 5 (2014): 61–85.
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