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Muhammad Siddik Efendi Writing About Esfâr-ı Erba’a is Leaflet (Risala)
The subject of this study is the leaflet (risale) that Muhammad Siddiq Efendi’s wrote about Esfâr-i Erba’a. Esfâr-i erbaa refers to four ways in mysticism. The first road is illallah level. After the information about the other ways in the work is given, the focus is on the direction of Allah. There are three ways of orientation (referring) to God. The initial from the road is to repeat "lâ ilahe illallah". The second way is the audit. The third way is not to follow the path and to connect of mature mentor. The work is written in lithograph, printed in nesih text. In many places the movement was used. The text has a very strong narrative in terms of language, Arabic, Persian and Turkish language. However, if very few, there are words and terms with different uses. There are also some well-chosen narratives in the work. In this work, the origin, the text of the mixture of Ottoman Turkish and Arabic was translated into Latin letters. The focus was on the explanation of the terms with the sense of mysticism, the dominant principle. These are disclosed in footnotes. Attention was drawn to the original aspects of the text in terms of language and expression and examples were given. In the introductory section, information was given about the structure of the text, the main thought of the text, the importance of the work, the content of the work, and the writer's essay.

Esfâr-i erba'a, wahdat (unity), heart, nothingness, difference, cem’ (gathering)

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