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'''Asarî''' (Arapça: {{Arap yazısı|أثري}}; ''eserler'')
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('''Asarî''' (Arapça: {{Arap yazısı|أثري}}; ''eserler''))
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'''Asarî''' ([[Arapça]]: {{Arap yazısı|أثري}}; ''eserler'') [[Kur'ân-ı Kerîm]]'in en doğru tefsiri için daha evvelden yazılmış olan eserlerin metinlerine kesinlikle tam bağlılığı esas alan ve [[Kelâm]] ilmini red eden geleneksel İslâm âlimleri tarafından oluşturulmuş i'tikadî bir mezhep, ekôl veyahut ta bir cereyandır.<ref name=Halverson-36>{{cite book|last=Halverson|first=Jeffry R.|title=Theology and Creed in Sunni Islam: The Muslim Brotherhood, Ash'arism, and Political Sunnism |date=2010|publisher=Palgrave Macmillan|page=36|url=http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=IYzGAAAAQBAJ&oi=fnd&pg=PP1&dq=Athari+islam&ots=wa0i7AaRa6&sig=WmxaQ58fGUNzTAA1XqYxQdSILLo#v=onepage&q=Athari%20&f=false|quote=The Atharis can thus be described as a school or movement led by a contingent of scholars (''ulama''), typically Hanbalite or even Shafi'ite, that retained influence, or at the very least a shared sentiment and conception of piety, well beyond the limited range of Hanbalite communities. This body of scholars continued to reject theology in favor of strict textualism well after Ash'arism had infiltrated the Sunni schools of law. It is for these reasons that we must delineate the existence of a distinctly traditionalist, anti-theological movement, which defies strict identification with any particular ''madhhab'', and therefore cannot be described as Hanbalite.}}</ref>
 
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