A study of the reasons beyond the dispute between jurists regarding the ruling on learning the principles of jurisprudence





Jurists, learning the principles of jurisprudence, reasons beyond dispute, ruling


Purpsoe: This research identified the meaning of "the principles of jurisprudence" as a description and name for a specific science. It also discussed the cause of the jurisprudence dispute.


Methods: To gather scientific material, I employed an inductive approach that involved examining books on Islamic jurisprudence, extracting relevant information, and arranging it appropriately. In the first section of this paper. In the second section, I mentioned the importance of studying the principles of jurisprudence, starting with resolving the conflict in the issue, followed by mentioning the opinions of scholars. The third section discussed the reasons for the dispute, which were limited to the methodologies of scholars and terminologies, resulting in a verbal disagreement. Finally, the conclusion was presented.


Results: The research findings highlight the significance of studying the principles of Islamic jurisprudence in comprehending the reasons for disagreements and their effects on various branches of Islamic jurisprudence. The role of terminologies and methodologies is emphasized as a crucial factor contributing to scholarly disagreements.


Conclusion: Verbal disagreements are shown to have a substantial influence on the the reasons for disagreements.


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How to Cite

Alasmari, M. A. M. (2023). A study of the reasons beyond the dispute between jurists regarding the ruling on learning the principles of jurisprudence. Journal of Law and Sustainable Development, 11(11), e2106. https://doi.org/10.55908/sdgs.v11i11.2106