The current study investigates specifies of Qur’an general Signs among Hanfi Scholars by reviewing their most prominent compilations, inferring specifies appearing in one or two Signs, and uncovering their impact on Hanafi deduction of legal judgments, including those peculiar to Hanafis, or those on which Hansfi Scholars differed among themselves. Additionally, the study defines the term ‘specifies’, 5 foundations, and restrictions, establishing their origin through a perusal of Hanafi classical and modern compilations, those written in Baghdad or Samarqand. The researcher that specifies of general Signs are eleven for Hanafi Scholars, some of which gained consensus among Hanafi Scholars along with scholars of other jurisprudent schools, and some other specifies gained no consensus even among Hanafi Scholars. The researcher emphasized that among the reasons of difference in the opinions of Hanafi jurisprudents in some legal questions is attributed to the issue of specifying what is general
"Hanafi Specifiers of Qur’anic Generality of test interpretation and their Jurisprudent Applications,"
Jerash for Research and Studies Journal مجلة جرش للبحوث والدراسات: Vol. 16
, Article 7.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jpu/vol16/iss2/7