Author(s): ?lyas KARSLI, ?brahim EK?C?
Ebu'l-Beka al-'Ukberî (616/1219) is an important scholar who lived in the last period of the Abbasid clan. Despite losing his eyes during his infancy, he benefited from the opportunity of living in Baghdad, the center of caliphate, by absorbing all the scientific accumulation of this center. When he came to maturity, he became the authority of the period in nine branches of science with the expression of all sources. But the most obvious feature among these different areas was the fact that he was a linguist because the most commonly used qualification was sâhibu’l-i'râb. It is the work of the most famous of the works written in the most basic field of work, which was conducive to the reception of this qualification, et-Tibyan fî ?'râbi'l-Qur'ân. He studied the entire Qur'an from a grammatical point of view. We have tried to examine this work of al-'Ukberî in terms of istishhâd method in this article.