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Ibn Khaldun — was a statesman, diplomat, scholar, sociologist and judge. He is not only considered a philosopher of history but also the first one. He often served as a high judge in the multi-civilizational societies that extended from Andalusia and Morocco to Egypt and Syria. The scholar, who was raised up by the Islamic civilization that approaches positively to the multinational civilization, spent his efforts to develop reliable and solid basics for a theory for the seekers of multi-civilizational social order. Instead of existing theories of civilizations and theories of the future of civilizations, Ibn Khaldun provides us with a perspective that reflects the open civilization concept which aims to put all civilizations under its protection. Ibn Bhar was responsible for planting in the mind of Ibn Khaldun the seeds of poetry and poetic appreciation.

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Experts working in various fields of social sciences define Ibn Khaldun as a sociologist, economist, and jurist. However, a feature that has been highlighted is that of historian. Here are his two important studies: Muqaddimah and Kitab al Ibar. Ibn Khaldun revealed the basics of history with a very advanced understanding compared to his time in Muqaddimah. He shared his views on historiography under the titles of separate titles.

He criticized some historians who had lived before him, due to their lack of methods. In fact, Muqaddima is the theoretical and Kitab al Ibar is the application example of the historiography of Ibn Khaldun. It is very important to observe how much he practices the principles he has set out in his history book. The purpose of this work is to see whether Ibn Khaldun who, according to his own time has put forth the most advanced levels of historiography, applies them in his own written book.

The author does not have a separate Sirah book. Moreover, when we look at the issues of Kitab al Ibar that deal with the Jahiliyyah and the Four Caliphs periods, we can see that these issues are handled very briefly and that the style in the Sirah section is also used there. We will especially make comparisons in the investigation we are going to carry out. Ibn Khaldun preferred a very brief method of expression. For this reason, in his work he did not mention many subjects that are important for the Sirah.

Events that are disconnected from each other are flowing in succession. He has not explicitly stated what sources he used. He used narrations but he did not mention where he got them. He mentioned sources he used in few narrations. These sources are names that he uses when he states that he is trusting such people as Ibn Ishaq, Vaqidi, Bukhari, Tabari.

Sometimes he did not tell the story and sent the reader directly to the source. Although there are not many numbers, various expressions show that the author criticizes and prefers the news he reads according to the methods he adopts. However, the number of stories that are clearly criticized is two.

According to Ibn Khaldun, the fact that a report is included in trustworthy sources is sufficient to verify its correctness. The author has interpreted various forms in the Sirah section of Kitab al Ibar, but their number is small. The point about which Ibn Khaldun criticized some of the historians in the Muqadaddimah is that they should have handled issues succinctly and should not have included details.

He has chosen from among the general Sirah topics the topics discussed in this section. However, the principles on which this choice is based are unclear.

Ibn Khaldun has often not mentioned the sources he uses. We observe that the author does not reveal the reasons for preferring the narratives in the news he conveyed. In Muqaddimah, Ibn Khaldun lay emphasis on the critique of the news and stated that he saw it as the essence of history. Ibn Khaldun commented on the Siyer section, but by considering the basics of the historiography he published in Muqaddimah, we see that his interpretations are rather limited.

Ibn Khaldun commented on the Sirah section, but when it is considered the essence of the historiography he had put forth in Mukaddime, we can see that his interpretations are rather limited. These characteristics of the Sirah indicate that he did not obey the point that historians criticized in Muqaddimah. Publication Date : December 15, Year , Volume , Issue 37, Pages - Zotero Mendeley EndNote. Abstract en tr Experts working in various fields of social sciences define Ibn Khaldun as a sociologist, economist, and jurist.

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Experts working in various fields of social sciences define Ibn Khaldun as a sociologist, economist, and jurist. However, a feature that has been highlighted is that of historian. Here are his two important studies: Muqaddimah and Kitab al Ibar. Ibn Khaldun revealed the basics of history with a very advanced understanding compared to his time in Muqaddimah. He shared his views on historiography under the titles of separate titles.

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