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Être « jalis » (compagnon intime) et « sadîq » (ami) : Le poids de l’autorité pour une amitié d’intérêt

Abstract : The aim of the current research is to spot and examine the link between three key figures of the book Kitāb al-Imtāʿ wa-l-muʾānasa : Abû Hayyân al-Tawhîdî, the vizir Ibn Saʿdān and Abû l-Wafâ’.The curiosity of this one has certainly offered a unique and an unparalleled work to the arabic literature, but that one led to wonder about the meetings between Abû Hayyân and this friend, an authoritarian character, that is to say, Abû l-Wafâ’; to wonder about his intent towards Abū Hayyān and about his relation to the vizir. The vizir personality piques the curiosity, in the same way, throughout the work. Faced with his complicated task, does Abû Hayyân, finally, achieve his goal to please his friend and the vizir, the friend of his friend? wasn't he, at last, the victim of a political conspiracy? wasn't he rejected, at the end of his encounters with the vizir, by his friends: the vizir and Abû l-Wafâ’?
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Faisal Kenanah. Être « jalis » (compagnon intime) et « sadîq » (ami) : Le poids de l’autorité pour une amitié d’intérêt. Les Cahiers de l’Islam, 2017, Islam et violence. Questionner les références scripturaires et historiques, 02, pp.123-145. ⟨hal-02161762⟩



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