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|タイトル: ||アッラーマ・ヒッリーのイマーム論 : 『意図の解明・教義学綱要注釈』第五章訳注|
|その他のタイトル: ||‘Allāmah al-Hillī's Elucidation of the Doctrine of imāmah -An Annotated Translation of the Kashfal-murād fi sharh tajrīd al-i‘tiqād,|
|著者: ||鎌田, 繁|
|著者(別言語): ||Kamada, Shigeru|
|掲載誌情報: ||東洋文化研究所紀要. 118冊, 1992-03, p. 119-192|
|抄録: ||‘Allāmah al-Hillī (d. 626/1325), as well as his teacher Nasīr al-Dīn al-Tūsī (d. 672/1274), is one of the important thinkers in the history of thought of the Twelver (Ithnā ‘ashari) Shī‘īsm in the West Asia under the Mongols.
His many treatises of the Ithnā‘asharī doctrines and jurisprudence formed a solid foundation of the later development of the Shī‘ī religious sciences.
The Kashf al-murād is a compendium of the Ithnā‘asharī Shī‘ītheology (kalām) written by Hillī in the form of commentary on Tūs's Tajrīd al-i‘tīqād.
Hillī discusses in the fifth chapter of this work the nature and authority of the Imām as follows: (1) the installation of Imām is obligatory on God; (2) he is infallible; (3) he is the best among his contemporaries; (4) he is designated by his predecessor; (5) ‘Ali is the Imām immediate after the Prophet; (6) Demonstrations of the absence of imāmah except in ‘Ali; (7)‘Ali is the best Companion; (8) the imāmah of the other Imāms; and (9) the judgment of the transgressors.
In this paper we have presented an annotated Japanese translation of the whole chapter V except the section dealing with ‘Ali's being the best Companion after a brief introduction to Hillī's life and the nature of his demonstration.
Our translation is based on the texts of the following two editions, (1) Kashf al-murād fi sharh tajrīd al-i‘tiqād, Mashhad: Kitābfurūshī-yi Ja‘farī, n. d., pp. 225-250, and (2) Kashf al-murād fī sharh tajrīd al-i‘tiqād, Hasan Hasanzāda al-Āmulī (ed.), Qumm, 1407, pp. 361-398.|