[ al-ash-uh-ree ]
/ ˌæl æʃ əˈri /
A·bu ʾl-Ha·san [ah-boo al-ha-san] /ˈɑ bu æl hæˈsæn/, a.d. c873–936, the formulator of the classical synthesis in Islamic philosophical theology known as Ashʿarism.
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In the tenth century a new sect arose named the "Ashariya" after Al-Ashari, its founder.A History of Mediaeval Jewish Philosophy|Isaac Husik