Dimensi Pemikiran Shah Wali Allah Al-Dihwali dan Pengaruhnya di Malaysia pnyt 154 pages

by Abdul Salam Muhammad Shukri
Buku Dimensi Pemikiran Shah Wali Allah al-Dihlawi dan Pengaruhnya di Malaysia membicarakan aspek-aspek utama pemikiran al-Dihlawi sebagai seorang mujaddid atau Reformis dan pengaruhnya di Malaysia. Pemikiran-pemikiran utamanya meliputi pembaharuan (tajdid) pemikiran dalam ilmu perundangan agama islam, konsep kebahagiaan hidup manusia menerusi dan keperluannya kepada akhlak yang utama untuk mendapat kebahagiaan hidup di dunia dan akhirat, pencarian titik pertemuan (tatbiq) antara doktrin-doktrin tasawuf yang bertentangan terutama pemikiran tasawuf ketuhanan, dam pembangunan kembali umat islam dengan melihat kepada cabaran budaya masyarakat bukan islam kepada masyarakat islam. Dalam konteks Malaysia, buku ini mengemukakan idea tentang kesesuaian pemikiran Shah Wali Allah al-Dihlawidarpada sudut ketuhanan dan kemanusiaan dalam konteks semasa masyarakat majmuk di Malaysia. Aliran Shah Wali Allah al-Dihlawi telah lama bertapak di malaysia dan perlu dikembalikan kerana relevannya dalam konteks masa kini. Meneliti perkembangan semasa dan pemikiran al-Dihlawi yang bercorak ilmiah dan bermutu tinggi, sudah sewajarnya masyarakat umum perlu didedahkan kepada pemikiran sedemikian, dan seterusnya dapat dicontohi serta diikuti kerana pemikiran beliau mempunyai kekuatan ilmiah yang tersendiri. Dalam konteks masyarakat Malaysia pula, tradisi ilmiah merupakan suatu faktor yang amat penting dalam mengetengahkan 'jalan ketiga' antara dua budaya politik semasa yang saling berkonfrontasi. PROF. DR. MOHD. KAMAL HASSAN

Recent Publications
The books published by the institute can be directly purchased at discounted prices from the Publications Section, IRI, Faisal Masjid Complex, Islamabad, Pakistan. (Phone 92-51-2254874; Fax 92-51-9260769). 1. Holy Quran with English Translation (M.M. Pickthall) 2. The Quranic Concept of History (Mazheruddin Siddiqi) 3. Islamic Methodology in History (Fazlur Rahman) 4. The Emergence of Islam (Muhammad Hamidullah, Transl. Afzal Iqbal) 5. Concept of Muslim Culture in Iqbal (Mazheruddin Siddiqi) 6. The Socio-Political Thought of Shah Wali Allah (Muhammad al-Ghazali) 7. The Political Thought of Ibn Taymiyah (Qamaruddin Khan) 8. Ideology of Pakistan (Sharif al Mujahid) 9. Muslims and the West: Encounter and Dialogue (Eds. Zafar Ishaq Ansari, John L. Esposito) 10. Modern Reformist Thought in the Muslim World (Mazheruddin Siddiqi) 11. Searching for Solace : A Biography of Abdullah Yusuf Ali, Interpreter of the Qur'an (M.A. Sherif) 12. Muslim Understanding of Other Religions: A study of Ibn Hazm's Kitab al-Fasl fi al-Milal wa al-Ahwa' wa al-Nihal (Ghulam Haider Aasi) 13. Maulana Sayyid Abul Hasan Ali Nadvi: Hayat-o-Afkar ke Chand Pehloo (Ed. Safir Akhtar) 14. Imam Abu Hanifah: Hayat, Fikr aur Khidmaat (Eds. Muhammad Tahir Mansoori, Abdul Hie Abro)

15. Mujam Istilahat-i-Hadith (Dr. Sohail Hasan) 16. Islamic Renaissance in South Asia 1707-1867: The Role of Shah Wali Allah and His Successors (Mahmood Ahmad Ghazi) 17. The Conclusive Argument from God: Shah Wali Allah of Delhi's Hujjat Allah al-Baligha (Transl. Marcia K. Hermansen) 18. To God Belong The Names Most Beautiful (Neyyar Ehsan Rashid) 19. Transition to a Riba Free Economy (Waqar Masood Khan) 20. Madani Muashra (Ahd-i-Risalat Main) (Akram Zia al-Umari, Transl. Azra Nasim Farooqi) 21. Imam Muhammad Bin Hassan Shaybani aur un ki Fiqhi Khidmat (Dr. Muhammad al-Dasooqi, Tranls. Shabbir Ahmad Jami'i, Dr. Mohammad Yousuf Farooqi) 22. Hikmat-e-Iqbal (Muhammad Rafiuddin) 23. Introduction to Muslim Contributions to Science and Technology (Mazhar M. Qurashi) 24. Ijtimai Ijtihad: Tasawwur, Irtiqa aur Amali Soortain (Ed. Muhammad Tahir Mansoori) 25. Ahkam-i-Talaq (Habi-ur-Rehman) 26. Ahkam-i-Bay (Muhammad Tahir Mansoori) 27. Atharvin Sadi Easvi main Barr-e-Saghir Main Islami Fikr Kay Rehnuma (Ed. Muhammad Khalid Masud) 28. The Early Development of Islamic Jurisprudence (Ahmad Hasan) 29. Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence (The Commandment of Shari'ah and Juridical Norm) (Ahmad Hasan) 30. Islamic Legal Philosophy: A Study of Abu Ishaq al-Shatibi's Life and Thought (Muhammad Khalid Masud) 31. Shatibi's Philosophy of Islamic Law (Muhammad Khalid Masud) 32. Theories of Islamic Law (Imran Ahsan Khan Nyazee) 33. Islamic Jurisprudence (Imran Ahsan Khan Nyazee) 34. The Doctrine of Ijma' in Islam: A study of the Juridical Principle of Consensus (Ahmad Hasan) 35. Crime and the Islamic Doctrine of Preventive Measures (Dr. Mohammad Muslehuddin) 36. Analogical Reasoning in Islamic Jurisprudence: A study of juridical principle of Qiyas (Ahmad Hasan) 37. Judicial System of Islam (Ghulam Murtaza Azad) 38. The Muslim Law of Divorce (K. N. Ahmed) 39. Landlord and Peasant in Early Islam: A Study of the Legal Doctrine of Muzara'a or Sharecropping (Ziaul Haque) 40. Islamic Law of Business Organization: Partnerships (Imran Ahsan Khan Nyazee) 41. Al-Kindi: The Philosopher of the Arabs (George N. Atiyeh) 42. Amir Khusro-Dehlivi (Life and Poetry) (Syed Sabahuddin Abdur Rehman) Out of Stock 43. Islamic Education: Its Form and Features (Dr. Mohammad Muslehuddin)

44. Muslim Military History: A Preliminary Bibliography (Muhammad Naeem) 45. Islam and Evolution of Science (Muhammad Saud) 46. Islam in History and Society (Malek Bennabi, Trans. Asma Rashid) 47. The Scientific Method of Ibn al-Haytham (Muhammad Saud) 48. Sales and Contracts in Early Islamic Commercial Law (Abdullah Alwi Haji Hassan) 49. Islam and Economic Development (M. Umer Chapra) 50. Manual of Style (Muhammad Khalid Masud, Muhammad Naeem) 51. Islamic Research Institute Library Resources and Services (S.A. Zafar) 52. Islam and Everyday Living (Muhammad Zubair Farooqui) 53. Revivalism and Renaissance in Muslim India (1707-1867) (Out of Print) 54. Family Laws of Iran (Dr. Sayyid Ali Reza Naqavi) 55. Iqbal's Reconstruction of Ijtihad (Muhammad Khalid Mas'ud) 56. Islamic Jurisprudence and the Rule of Necessity and Need (Dr. Mohammad Muslehuddin) 57. The Refutation by Alexander of Aphrodisias of Galen's Treatise on the Theory of Motion (Nicholas Rescher, Michael E. Marmura) 58. International Islamic Conference (Ed. Dr. M.A. Khan) 59. Islam and Secularism in Post-Kemalist Turkey (Muhammad Rashid Feroze) 60. Izz al-Din al-Sulami: His Life and Works (Sayyid Rizwan Ali) 61. Index of Islamic Studies (Vol. 1 to 20) (Ahmad Khan) 62. Catalogue: National Exhibition of Books on Sirah 1984 (Reader: Muhammad Khalid Masud) 63. Workshop on Technical Editing (Ed. Dr. M. Khalid Masud) 64. Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan 1973 (Arabic) 65. Al-Kindi wa Ara'uhu al-Falsafiyyat (Arabic) (Dr. Abdul Rahman Shah Wali) 66. Maqsud al Muminin (Arabic) (Libayazid al-Ansari, Ed. Dr. Mir Wali Khan al-Masudi) 67. Kitab al-Infaal (Arabic) (Raziuddin Abi al-Fazael Al-Hasan Bin Mohammad Bin Al-Hassan Al-Saghani, Ed. Dr. Ahmad Khan) 68. Kitab al-Nafs wal al-Ruh (Arabic) (Al-Imam Fikr al-Din Mohammad Bin Umar al-Razi, Ed. Dr. Muhammad Saghir Hasan Al-Masumi) 69. Imam Razi's 'IIm al-Akhlaq: Kitab Al-Nafs wa'l-Ruh wa Sharh Quwahuma (M. Saghir Hasan Ma'sumi) 70. Al-Rustamiyyat (Arabic) (Abi Sa'id Muhammad Bin Muhammad Al-Rustami Al-Isbahani, Dr. Abu Mahfooz al-Karim alMasumi) 71. Al-Rasi'il al-Qushayriyyah (Arabic) (Abi Al-Qasim Abdul Karim Bin Hawazan Al-Qushayri, Transl. Dr. Pir Muhammad

Hasan) 72. Inbi'ath al-Islam fi Al-Andulas (Arabic) (Ali al-Muntasir al-Kitani) 73. Kitab al-Amwal (English/Arabic) (Abu Ja'far Ahmad Ibn Nasr al-Daudi, Ed. & Trans. Abu'l Muhsin Muhammad Sharfuddin) 74. Ikhtilaf al-Fuqaha (Arabic) (Al-Imam Abi Jafar Ahmad Bin Muhammad al-Tahawi, Ed. Dr. Muhammad Saghir Hasan alMasumi) 75. Kitabl al-Muntakhab fi'l Fiqh (Arabic) (Out of Print) 76. Kitab Ma'dan al-Jawahir ba-Tarikh al-Basra wa al-Jazair (Arabic) (Shaykh Numan Bin Muhammad Bin al-Iraqi, Ed. Dr. M. Hamidullah) 77. Al-Ubab al-Zakhir wa al-Lubab al-Fakhir Vol. I-IV (Arabic) (Abi al-Fazael Al-Hasan Bin Muhammad Bin Hasan alSaghani, Ed. Dr. Pir Muhammad Hasan Al-Makhdoomi) 78. Kitab al-Siyar al-Saghir (Muhammad Ibn al-Hasan al-Shaybani, Transl. Mahmood Ahmad Ghazi) 79. Sharh-e-Majallah (Allama Mohammad Khalid Attasi, Transl. Mufti Amjad al-Ali) 80. Musnad Imam Abò Hanifah (Arabic) (Al-Imam Abu Naeem Ahmad Al-Subhani, Ed. Dr. Muhammad Abdul Shaheed Naumani) 81. Kitab al-Fiqh al-Nafi' (Arabic) (Abi Al-Qasim Muhammad Bin Yousuf Al-Samarqandi, Ed. Dr. Ahmad Khan) 82. Mu'jam al-Safar (Arabic) (Hafiz Abu Tahir Al-Silafi, Ed. Dr. S.M. Zaman) 83. Taqwim-e-Tarikhi (Urdu) (Abdul Quddus Hashmi) 84. Majmua Qawanin-i-Islam Vol.I-VI (Urdu) (Dr. Tanzil-ur-Rahman) 85. Kitab al-Amwal (Urdu) (Imam Abu Ubayd Al-Qasim Bin Sallam, Transl. Abdur Rahman Tahir Surti) 86. Barr-e-Saghir Pak-o-Hind Main Nizam-e-Adl Gustari (Prof. Muhammad Abdul Hafiz Siddiqui) 87. Khutbat-i-Bahawalpur (Urdu) (Dr. Muhammad Hamidullah) 88. Musawwadah Qanun-e-Qisas-o-Diyat (Urdu) (Ed. Mahmood Ahmad Ghazi) 89. Kitab al-Luma' fi al-Tasawwuf (Urdu) (Abu Nasar Sarraj Tusi, Transl. Dr. Pir Muhammad Hasan) 90. Risalah Qushayriyyah (Urdu) (Imam Abu al Qasim Abdul Karim Bin Hozan Qushayri, Transl. Dr. Pir Muhammad Hasan) 91. Sharh Adab al-Qazi (Vol. I-IV) (Urdu) (Sadar al-Shaheed, Transl. Saeed Ahmad) 92. Dhabiha Key Ahkam-wa-Masail (Urdu) (Abdullah Abdul Rahim Al-Abadi, Transl. Hafiz Muhammad Abdul Ghaffar) 93. Adab al-Qadi (Urdu) (Dr. Mahmood Ahmad Ghazi) 94. Mauzuat-i-Qur'an aur Insani Zindagi (Urdu) (Khawaja Abdul Waheed) 95. Imja aur Bab-i-Ijtihad (Urdu) (Kamal Farooqi, Transl. Mazheruddin Siddiqi) 96. Urdu Main Fanni Tadween (Urdu) (S.M. Naz) 97. Ahkam-i-Balughat (Urdu) (Mahmood Ahmad Ghazi, Abdur Rahim Ashraf Baloch)

Abdul Rahim Ashraf Baloch) Out of print 120. Transl.98. Abdul Rahim Ashraf Baloch) Out of print 124. Dr. Sher Nowrooz Khan) 118. Fuad Sezgin. Dr.Ahkam-i-Waqf (Urdu) (Ghulam Abdul Haq Muhammad) 117.Islami Riyasat main Muhtasib ka Kirdar (Urdu) (Dr.S. Ghulam Murtaza Azad.Islami Riyasat ka Maliyati Nizam (Urdu) (Prof. Hussain Hamid Hasan. Kifalah wa Hawalah (Urdu) (Ghulam Abdul Haq Muhammad) 100.Hujjiat-e-Sunnat (Urdu) (Shaikh Abdul Ghani Muhammad Abdul Khaliq.Nizam-i Zakat aur Jadid Ma'ashi Masail (Muhammad Yousuf Guraya) 105. Khurshid Rizvi) 103.Tarikh-e-Ulum main Tahdhib-e-Islami Ka Muqam (Dr. Ahkam-i-Rehn. Mazhar Baqa) 107.Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah: Shakhsiyyat wa Kirdar (Karam Haidry) 119. Transl. Transl.Ahkam-i-Shirkat (Urdu) (Dr.Fikr-o-Nazar Kay Pandrah Saal (Urdu) (Ahmad Khan) 122.Usul-e-Fiqh aur Shah Wali Allah (Urdu) (Dr. Muhammad Mian Siddiqui) 99. Rafiullah Shahab) 108. Ghulam Murtaza Azad) 125. Muhammad Ismail Godharvi) 104. M. Transl.Hudud-o-Tazirat wa Qisas-o-Diyat (Fiqh Ja'fari) (Urdu) (Ed. Maulala Syed Abdul Quddus Hashmi) 106. Ghulam Mustafa Khan) 123.Islami Andalus main Kutub Khane aur Shaiqin-i-Kutub (Urdu) (Julian Ribera Y Tarrago.Tafsir Maturidi (Sura Fatiha) (Urdu) (Imam Abi Muhammad Bin Muhammad Abu Mansur al-Maturidi. Transl.Usul al-Karkhi (Urdu) (Imam Ubaydullah Bin al-Husain al-Karkhi. Muhammad Saghir Hassan Masumi) 102. Transl.Hudud-o-Tazirat (Urdu) (Transls.Urdu main Qur'an aur Hadith Kay Muhawaraat (Urdu) (Dr. Naz) 110. Noor Muhammad Ghaffari. Ahmad Hasan. Muhammad Mian Siddiqui. Dr. Abdul Rahim Ashraf Baloch) .Dawa'i Shafi (Urdu) (Imam Ibn Qayyim al-Juzia. 21-30 (Ed. Siddique Arshad Khilji. Syed Ali Raza Naqvi) 121. Sahibzada Sajid-ur-Rahman) 109. Siddiqui Arshad Khilji.Khutbah-e-Tabuk (Urdu) (Transl. Dr. Transl.Islami Mu'asharah ki Tasis wa Tashkil (Urdu) (Sahibzada Sajid-ur-Rahman) 115. Ahmad Khan) 116.Al-Dirayah fi Usul al-Hadith (Urdu) (Mufti Amjad Al-Ali) Out of Stock 111.Riba aur Mudarabat (Urdu) (Transls.Kitab al-Risalah (Urdu) (Imam Muhammad Bin Idrees Shafi'i. Muhammad Raziul Islam Nadvi) 114. Transl.Ulum al-Qur'an (Urdu) (Muhammad Mian Siddiqui) Out of print 113.Ishariyah Fikr-o-Nazar (Urdu) Vol. Hafiz Muhammad Younas) 101. Maulala Mufti Amjad Al-Ali) 112.Andalus ki Islami Mirath (Urdu) (Ed. Dr. Dr.Bimah ki Shari'i Haythiyyat (Dr. Qisas-o-Diyat (Urdu) (Transl.

therefore. Tasawwuf and various other Islamic subjects.Khutbat-i-Madras 129. Consequently. It was important not only to review their development in the past but also to draw a blueprint for the future development of Muslim thought so as to be able to meet the requirements of a dynamic Muslim society. Islamabad. The Institute is governed by IRI Council headed by the President. Allama Iqbal conceptualized Ijtihad. research.Islamic Ma'ashray Main Ghayr Muslimoon Kay Huqooq Wa Fraiaz 128. (See the Research Plan 2012 . when he proposed a separate homeland for the Muslims of the Sub-continent in 1930.126. International Islamic University.Fiqah-i-Islami: Dalail Aur Masail (Vol. as the dynamic principle of Islamic tradition. as its research arm. Islamabad. self-evident. Established in 1960.Dastgah-i-Qada-i-Pakistan (Persian) (Hamood-ur-Rahman)) 127.Objectives of Islamic Research Institute sum up the vision of the reconstruction of Muslim Society. The institutes faculty of scholars prepares yearly research plans to execute the objective of the institute. Islamic Law and Jurisprudence.2013 . Philosophy.Jerusalem: The Thrice Loved Land. II & III) 130.Islami Shariat: Maqasid Aur Masalih 131. Subsequently in 1985 when that University was transformed into International Islamic University. he also established an institute for research on Islam. in Lahore. Islamabad. the Islamic Research Institute worked under the administrative control of various ministries in the Government of Pakistan (See Notifications 1960. The need and relevance of research was felt more intensely after the establishment of Pakistan in 1947. Culture. The Institute has had the privilege of working under the leadership of internationally reputed scholars (See the list of Directors/Director Generals). For a proper reconstruction of Muslim society it was considered imperative that Islamic scholarship should engage itself in serious study and research in the fields of Qur'anic Sciences. History. The need to know and explain Islam in depth and work out its implications for human thought and action in the present-day world was. This was understandable since the basic idea underlying the demand for a separate Muslim state was that the Muslims had a distinct world-view and new Muslim state had to be creatively developed primarily out of the Muslim intellectual resources. 1979) until 1980 when it was made part of the Islamic University. Hadith. 1965. the Institute became a part of that body. See History at a glance The Institute prepared a Master Plan for its research and has completed several projects and published several books according to this plan (See list of publications).

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Sayyid Ali Reza Naqavi) Iqbal's Reconstruction of Ijtihad (Muhammad Khalid Mas'ud) Islamic Jurisprudence and the Rule of Necessity and Need (Dr. 1 to 20) (Ahmad Khan) Catalogue: National Exhibition of Books on Sirah 1984 (Reader: Muhammad Khalid Masud) Workshop on Technical Editing (Ed. Dr. Mohammad Muslehuddin) The Refutation by Alexander of Aphrodisias of Galen's Treatise on the Theory of Motion (Nicholas Rescher. Ahmed) Landlord and Peasant in Early Islam: A Study of the Legal Doctrine of Muzara'a or Sharecropping (Ziaul Haque) Islamic Law of Business Organization: Partnerships (Imran Ahsan Khan Nyazee) Al-Kindi: The Philosopher of the Arabs (George N. Afzal Iqbal) Concept of Muslim Culture in Iqbal (Mazheruddin Siddiqi) The Socio-Political Thought of Shah Wali Allah (Muhammad al-Ghazali) The Political Thought of Ibn Taymiyah (Qamaruddin Khan) Ideology of Pakistan (Sharif al Mujahid) Muslims and the West: Encounter and Dialogue (Eds.A. M. Hermansen) To God Belong The Names Most Beautiful (Neyyar Ehsan Rashid) Transition to a Riba Free Economy (Waqar Masood Khan) Madani Muashra (Ahd-i-Risalat Main) (Akram Zia al-Umari. Safir Akhtar) Imam Abu Hanifah: Hayat.A. Asma Rashid) The Scientific Method of Ibn al-Haytham (Muhammad Saud) Sales and Contracts in Early Islamic Commercial Law (Abdullah Alwi Haji Hassan) Islam and Economic Development (M. Transl. Umer Chapra) Manual of Style (Muhammad Khalid Masud. Mohammad Muslehuddin) Analogical Reasoning in Islamic Jurisprudence: A study of juridical principle of Qiyas (Ahmad Hasan) Judicial System of Islam (Ghulam Murtaza Azad) The Muslim Law of Divorce (K. John L.A. Khalid Masud) Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan 1973 (Arabic) . N. M. Azra Nasim Farooqi) Imam Muhammad Bin Hassan Shaybani aur un ki Fiqhi Khidmat (Dr.                                                              Islamic Methodology in History (Fazlur Rahman) The Emergence of Islam (Muhammad Hamidullah. Atiyeh) Amir Khusro-Dehlivi (Life and Poetry) (Syed Sabahuddin Abdur Rehman) Out of Stock Islamic Education: Its Form and Features (Dr. Muhammad Tahir Mansoori) Ahkam-i-Talaq (Habi-ur-Rehman) Ahkam-i-Bay (Muhammad Tahir Mansoori) Atharvin Sadi Easvi main Barr-e-Saghir Main Islami Fikr Kay Rehnuma (Ed. Dr. Zafar) Islam and Everyday Living (Muhammad Zubair Farooqui) Revivalism and Renaissance in Muslim India (1707-1867) (Out of Print) Family Laws of Iran (Dr. Abdul Hie Abro) Mujam Istilahat-i-Hadith (Dr. Khan) Islam and Secularism in Post-Kemalist Turkey (Muhammad Rashid Feroze) Izz al-Din al-Sulami: His Life and Works (Sayyid Rizwan Ali) Index of Islamic Studies (Vol. Sohail Hasan) Islamic Renaissance in South Asia 1707-1867: The Role of Shah Wali Allah and His Successors (Mahmood Ahmad Ghazi) The Conclusive Argument from God: Shah Wali Allah of Delhi's Hujjat Allah al-Baligha (Transl. Shabbir Ahmad Jami'i. Mohammad Muslehuddin) Muslim Military History: A Preliminary Bibliography (Muhammad Naeem) Islam and Evolution of Science (Muhammad Saud) Islam in History and Society (Malek Bennabi. Marcia K. Dr. Muhammad Naeem) Islamic Research Institute Library Resources and Services (S. Zafar Ishaq Ansari. Muhammad al-Dasooqi. Trans. Marmura) International Islamic Conference (Ed. Tranls. Fikr aur Khidmaat (Eds. Mohammad Yousuf Farooqi) Hikmat-e-Iqbal (Muhammad Rafiuddin) Introduction to Muslim Contributions to Science and Technology (Mazhar M. Transl. Muhammad Tahir Mansoori. Qurashi) Ijtimai Ijtihad: Tasawwur. Michael E. Irtiqa aur Amali Soortain (Ed. Sherif) Muslim Understanding of Other Religions: A study of Ibn Hazm's Kitab al-Fasl fi al-Milal wa al-Ahwa' wa al-Nihal (Ghulam Haider Aasi) Maulana Sayyid Abul Hasan Ali Nadvi: Hayat-o-Afkar ke Chand Pehloo (Ed. Interpreter of the Qur'an (M. Esposito) Modern Reformist Thought in the Muslim World (Mazheruddin Siddiqi) Searching for Solace : A Biography of Abdullah Yusuf Ali. Muhammad Khalid Masud) The Early Development of Islamic Jurisprudence (Ahmad Hasan) Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence (The Commandment of Shari'ah and Juridical Norm) (Ahmad Hasan) Islamic Legal Philosophy: A Study of Abu Ishaq al-Shatibi's Life and Thought (Muhammad Khalid Masud) Shatibi's Philosophy of Islamic Law (Muhammad Khalid Masud) Theories of Islamic Law (Imran Ahsan Khan Nyazee) Islamic Jurisprudence (Imran Ahsan Khan Nyazee) The Doctrine of Ijma‘ in Islam: A study of the Juridical Principle of Consensus (Ahmad Hasan) Crime and the Islamic Doctrine of Preventive Measures (Dr.

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26 p. 21 p. ISBN: 9781845116040 Personal Author: Kirmani. AIUM. 1020. Hamid al-Din Ahmad ibn 'Abd Allah. 42 p. 71 p. 2007.Personal Author: al-Faruqi. Subject Term: Islam. Publication Information: London : I. General Note: PPZ. Title: Master of the age : an Islamic treatise on the necessity of the imamate : a critical edition of the Arabic text and English translation of Hamid al-Din Ahmad b. 35 p. 1 p. 128 . ix p. Physical Description: ix. 28 p. Saidah Kamin dan Akibah Abu Hassan. 17 p. Hamid al-Din Ahmad ibn 'Abd Allah. 6 p.B. 22 cm.. 1020. fl. 1 p. 14 p. Ismail R. 1988. 'Abd Allah al-Kirmani's al-Masabih fi ithbat alimama Author: Kirmani. 9 p. Added Title: Pemikiran Islam al-Faruqi. . Preface and Acknowledgements Introduction The Imamate in Islamic Thought Ismaili Writings on the Imamate Al-Hakim and his Times Al-Kirmani: His Life and Works Historical Circumstances that Prompted the Masabih The Relationship of the Masabih to the Rest of al-Kirmani's Works A Comparison with al-Naysaburi's Proof of the Imamate Major Themes in the Masabih Quotations from the Hebrew and Syriac Bibles The Manuscript Tradition behind the Masabih The Present Edition of the Arabic Text A Note on the Title Translation of al-Masabih fi ithbat al-imama: Lights to Illuminate the Proof of the Imamate Part 1 The Proof of the Premises Part 2 The Proof of the Imamate Bibliography p. 3 p. 19 p. Kamar Oniah Kamaruzaman. 90 p. Tauris. fl. Kumpulan kertas kerja al-Faruqi ini diterjemahkan oleh Osman Bakar. 1921-1986 Publication Information: Kuala Lumpur : Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka. 34 p. 24 p.

. all pointing logically to the absolute necessity of the imamate. The text appears here in a modern critical edition of the Arabic original with a complete translation. al-marasid -. 139 Few Islamic doctrines have provoked as much division and disagreement as those bound up with the imamate: or the office of supreme leader of the Muslim community following the Prophet's death. he assembled an interconnected series of philosophical proofs.al-mujallad 4. interpretation. Title: The politics of Islamic reassertion : Malaysia Author: Funston. introduction and notes. N. Physical Description: p. He is currently a research associate in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at the University of Chicago.al-mujallad 7. Subject Term: Hadith -. Nabil Sa`d al-Din. John. 25 cm. John. His previous books include Early Philosophical Shiism (1993). Exploring an Islamic Empire: Fatimid History and Its Sources (2002). In the early 5th/11th century the great Ismaili thinker Hamid al-Din al-Kirmani was mandated to compose a treatise called Lights to Illuminate the Proof of the Imamate (al-Masabih fi ithbat al-imama) in the bold hope of convincing Fakhr al-Mulk. In the medieval period. Ibrahim-Anas -. 134 p.al-mujallad 5. causing an instability that required resolution.Criticism. Ibn `Abbas-`Abduh -. Personal Author: Jarrar. `Attab-Mawalah -. N. 171-179. (Neil John). Aws-Abu Sa`id -. Publication Information: 1985. to abandon the Abbasids and support instead the Fatimid caliph al-Hakim. The Advent of the Fatimids: A Contemporary Shi'i Witness (2000). and will be of immense interest to scholars and students of classical Islam. Contents: al-mujallad 1. 2007.al-mujallad 6. al-Faharis. (Neil John). alNabighah-al-Kuna -.Authorities.al-mujallad 3. Publication Information: al-Riyad : Dar Adwa' al-Salaf lil-Nashr wa-al-Tawzi`. the Shi'i wazir of the Buyids in Baghdad. Title: al-Ima' ila zawa'id al-amali wa-al-ajza' : zawa'id al-amali wa-al-fawa'id wa-al-ma`ajim wa-al-mashyakhat `ala al-Kutub al-sittah wa-al-Muwatta' wa-Musnad al-Imam Ahmad Author: Jarrar.al-mujallad 8. Nabil Sa`d al-Din. Personal Author: Funston. both in the precision of its argumentation and in the historical circumstances of its composition. etc.English Index List of Tables and Plates Tables and Plates Arabic Text Summary p. Author Notes Paul E Walker is a historian of ideas with special interests in Fatimid history and Ismaili thought. Physical Description: 8 v. . al-Nisa'. al-mubhamat. while the caliphate still existed.al-mujallad 2. rivalry among claimants to that position was especially bitter and intense. Sa`d ibn Mas`ud-Ibn `Abbas -. This work is unique. Hadith -. and with Wilferd Madelung. For that purpose.

al-Tajdid . Islamic Knowledge -. 14 (28). Da`wah (Islam) Islam and state -. ISSN 1823-1926 Title: Islamization of knowledge : sociology Author: Dabla. It examines the attempts of the exponents of this thought at interpretaing the verses of the Qur'an without the least consideration of the rules and methods of interpretation formulated by earlier Muslim scholars. Bashir Ahmad Personal Author: Dabla. pp. The article also sheds light on the factors that led to the rise and spread of this current of thought and its manifestations and analyzes the views and attitudes of its most prominent advocates. Sohirin Mohammad (2010) ‫ دراسة في عوامل نشأته ومظاهر انتشاره‬: ‫ = موقف الفكر الليبرالي في اندونيسيا من القران‬Mawqif alfikr al-librali fi Indunisiya min al-Qur'an : dirasah fi 'awamil nash'atuh wa-mazahir intisharuh = The attitude of liberalist thought in Indonesia towards the Qur'an: a study of the factors of its rise and the forms of its spread. Islamic Philosophy.Islam Added Conference Author: International Seminar on Islamic Thought (1984 : Kuala Lumpur) Title: Islamization of knowledge : a critical overview Author: . Corporate Subject: Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia. Bashir Ahmad Publication Information: 1984 Physical Description: v. Pertubuhan Kebajikan Islam Malaysia. Koleksi Persidangan. Subject Term: Sociology. Yayasan Dakwah Islamiah. Abstract This article aims at analyzing the position of liberalist thought in Indonesia vis-a-vis the Qur'anic Text and teachings.Malaysia.General Note: PPZ.2 General Note: PPZ. 143-170. Subject Term: Tabligh (Movement). ‫دراسة في عوامل نشأته ومظاهر انتشاره‬ : ‫ = موقف الفكر الليبرالي في اندونيسيا من القران‬Mawqif al-fikr al-librali fi Indunisiya min al-Qur'an : dirasah fi 'awamil nash'atuh wa-mazahir intisharuh = The attitude of liberalist thought in Indonesia towards the Qur'an: a study of the factors of its rise and the forms of its spread Solihin.Religious aspects -. Darul Arqam.

`Imad al-Din.Philosophy. Subject Term: Islamic philosophy P01-Utama/Main Library Book/Buku BP161. P12-Pengajian Islam/Islamic Studies Library Book/Buku LC904 NAS STACKS Title: Islamization of knowledge : a methodology Author: Khalil. `Imad al-Din. General Note: PPZ. Dato'.20th century. Islam -. no. no. 22 cm. Physical Description: 28 p. 1992.Economic aspects. Publication Information: Herndon. Seyyed Vali Reza. 1991. Islam -. Series: Occasional papers / International Institute of Islamic Thought . Virginia : International Istitute of Islamic Thought. Physical Description: 20 p. Series: Occasional papers . 17 Occasional papers (International Institute of Islamic Thought) . Koleksi Persidangan.Philosophy. 17 Subject Term: Islamic education -. Islamic learning and scholarship -. 1960ISBN: 9789694620053 Personal Author: Nasr. 1960Publication Information: Islamabad. Seyyed Vali Reza. 1946Publication Information: 1997.2 KHA STACKS P01-Utama/Main Library Book/Buku BP161. 1946Personal Author: Osman Bakar. present and future Author: Osman Bakar. Pakistan : International Institute of Islamic Thought.Nasr. Muslims -. A critical survey of Islamization of knowledge . 2. 2 Occasional papers (International Institute of Islamic Thought) .2 KHA STACKS Title: Islamization of knowledge : past. Dato'. .Intellectual life. ISBN: 9780912463759 Personal Author: Khalil. 23 cm. .

1982. Local LC Call No.: LC904 Mohah Date: 2005. Publication Information Herndon. Knowledge..C. D. : International Institute of Islamic Thought. Added Author: International Institute of Islamic Thought.. General Note: AIUM. Theory of (Islam) tama/Main Library Book/Buku BP42 ALF STACKS P01-Utama/Main Library Book/Buku BP42 ALF Due 8/10/13 Islamization of knowledge : an integrated model of scientific inquiry Author: Safi. Koleksi Taib Osman. Ismail R.Author: Mohamed Aslam Haneef. Library: P12-Pengajian Islam/Islamic Studies Library Title: Islamization of knowledge : general principles and workplan Author: al-Faruqi. Local LC Call No.: IN PROCESS . Library: P03-Peringatan Za'ba /Za'ba Memorial Library The Islamization of knowledge : yesterday and today Author: `Alwani. Subject Term: Islamic education. 1921-1986 Personal Author: al-Faruqi. 1921-1986 Publication Information: Washington. 2009. 1995. Louay. PPZ. Library: P12-Pengajian Islam/Islamic Studies Library A critical survey of Islamization of knowledge Author: Mohamed Aslam Haneef. Publication Information Kuala Lumpur : IIUM Press. Va. 2005. Date: 1995. Taha Jabir Fayyad. Ismail R. Date: 2009. Publication Information Kuala Lumpur : International Islamic University Malaysia. : International Institute of Islamic Thought.

Author: Abu Sulayman. sex habits). giving importance for honey and olive oil. avoidance of excessive eating). koleksi persidangan. managing stress. Mohammad Tariqur and Abdul Karim. 158-167. Citation/Reference: SOURCE: National Seminar on Knowledge and the Issue of Islamization (30-31 May 1997 : Shah Alam) : Paper 2 (18p. Azmi Omar. Format Title: Review of implementation and achievement of Islamization of knowledge in Malaysia Author: Mohd. 1989. eating and drinking habits (e. miswāk).g.g.) [for unpublished] Format Oreintation guidelines for the International Conference on Islamization of knowledge. Islamic guidelines for healthful living Rahman. Personal Author: Mohd.Date: 1997. ISSN 0899-8299 Abstract This paper highlights the scientific advancements in immunology and other fields that have given deeper insights into healthful living by advocating guidelines similar to the ones revealed to mankind in the 7th century of the common era (CE) in the Qur'an and Hadith. Journal of the Islamic Medical Association of North America . Item Type: Article (Journal) Religion and Pluralistic Co-Existence. Jesmin Banu (2007) Islamic guidelines for healthful living. Publication Information: 2000. The Muhibbah Perspective (A Collection of Seminar Papers) Kamar Oniah Kamaruzaman ISBN 978-967-5272-57-8 316 pages . pp. General Note: PPZ. 39 (4). ablution. lifestyle (e. Local LC Call No. abstinence from alcohol. and excretion of body waste in public places. Citation/Reference: SOURCE: International Conference of Islamization of Knowledge (3rd: 1984: Kuala Lumpur). Abdul Hamid A.: BP163 ICIK Date: 1989. breast feeding. Azmi Omar. Publication Information Herndon (Vir) : International Institute of Islamic Thought. Scientific evidence is consistent with the benefits of the guidelines in Islam for cleanliness (e. Publication Information 1997. Discussions are made linking published scientific evidence and recent discoveries in the field of immunology and related sciences with the related Islamic guidelines on various aspects of life. bathing.g.

justice and peace. truth. as well as the history and philosophy of Islamic built environment. He can be reached at spahico@yahoo. 2013 This book identifies and examines some priciples of Islamic urban planning and development which the Prophet (pbuh) under the aegis of revelation bequeathed to the subsequent Muslim generations. Interfaith Dialogue : Moving Forward Setting Premises and Paradigms 8. Articulation of and Pursuit for Common Values 13. his blog is at www. Explaining Buddhism and Islam 12. justice and peace. He studied in Bosnia. . 2013 This book is a collection of 15 papers presented in seminars on the themes of pluralistic co-existence. Religion and Pluralistic Co-Existence : Faith Dimension 3. the what and the how. IIUM. Religion as a Mechanism for World Peace: The Rudiments of Interfaith Dialogue and Engagement 10. Section 2 is on interfaith initiatives where interfaith dialogue and engagement are defined as well as the premises and the etiquettes of interfaith initiatives. the world. CONTENTS Preface RELIGION 1. Mainstreaming Religion into Contemporary Society INTERFAITH INITIATIVES 6. This section is in fact an attempt to promote social responsibilities as personal responsibilities where everyone has a role and a responsibility towards this nation and this world. man. Spahic Omer. culture and civilization.First edition. 2005 Second re-print. is an Associate Professor at the Kulliyyah of Architecture and Environmental Design. Egypt and Malaysia.com. Religion and Pluralistic Co-Existence : Social Dimension 4. Towards a Harmonious Co-Existence 15.medianet. Religious Values and Principles that Conduce Towards the Struggle for Global Justice and Peace CO-EXISTENCE 11. Section 3 is on social responsibilities. Religion. the aptitude and the attitude of those participating in such initiatives. Committed to One’s Own Religion Understanding Others 7. Section 1 adresses the issue of religion in a pluralistic society. the do's and the don'ts. 2009 Second reprint.org First edition. space and time. interfaith initiatives. 2009 Third reprint. Justice and Peace : Measuring Up to Responsibilities 14. Pluralistic Unity Based on Parallel Religious Ethics 5. religion. His research interests cover Islamic history. Central to teh book are some vitel city planning and development issues as advanced by the Islamic perceptions of life. a Bosnian currently residing in Malaysia. Mobilising for Peace : A Call to Engagement READINGS APPENDIX INDEX The prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and urbanization of Madinah Dr. The 15 papers are grouped into 3 sections. Responding to Human Crisis Through Interfaith Dialogue 9. Muhibah and the Nation 2.

peaceful co-existance with the environment. Chapter 5 . the marketplace. sustainability and management. Al-Lisaniyyat al-Mu'asirah al-muyassarah Asem Shehadeh Ali Studies in World Religions: An Introduction to Abrahamic Traditions Ahmad F.Muslim Study of World Religions: Motivating Factors .The Prophet (p. as does the visionary disposition of the Prophet (pbuh) to development. and open spaces.Conclusion . Chapter 6 .Jewish Thinkers: Pre-Modern Philosophy . provision of communal facilities and services for all.Bibliography A) Non-Muslim References B) Muslim References CHAPTER TWO: JUDAISM .h) and housing.Doctrine and Philosophy .The Mosque institution as a community development centre. Chapter 3 .Introduction .Introduction . By exploring these subjects. Chapter 2 . the strength and soundness of the fundamental of the first Muslim community clearly come into sight.Nurturing exemplary community members.The functions of some open spaces in Madinah.Western Scholarship on Comparative Religion .Challenges of Methodology .Institutions .b. ISBN 978-983-2957-27-3 294 pages CONTENTS: Chapter 1 .Beginning of Modern Jewish Philosophy .The significance and role of the Madinah market. Chapter 4 . the mosque institution. The issues discussed are: the philosophy of the Islamic city. 2013 276 pages CONTENTS CHAPTER ONE: ANALYTICAL INQUIRY INTO THE DISCIPLINE OF COMPARATIVE RELIGION . Yousif ISBN 978-967-418-271-7 First edition.u.Defining and Delimiting the Field . leadership.Some observations on the phenomenon of the Islamic City (Madinah).Worship and Rituals . housing.Peaceful coexistence with the environment.Socio-Historical Development . Chapter 7 . the relationship between spirituality and development.and which the young Muslim mind was then intensively acquainting itself with.

Bibliography A) Non-Muslim References B) Muslim references CHAPTER THREE: CHRISTIANITY .Islamic Perspective on Fanaticism . 2012 Israr Ahmad Khan The History and Philosophy of Islamization of Knowledge (Third reprint. 2013) Muhammad Mumtaz Ali ISBN 978-967-5272-67-7 First edition.Fanaticism and Contemporary Islamic Revialism .Status of Women . 2010 Second reprint.Qur'anic Perspective .Institutions .Contemporary Era .Status of Women .Glossary of Terms .Causes of Fanaticism .The Concepts of Fundamentalism and Fanaticism . 2011 .Qur'anic Perspective ..Cure of Fanaticism .Introduction .Glossary of Terms Bibliography A) Non-Muslim References B) Muslim References CHAPTER FOUR: FUNDAMENTALISM AND FANATICISM: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS .Contemporary Era .Introduction .Conclusion .Socio-Historical Development . 2.Worship and Rituals . no. 9. Vol.Bibliography A) Non-Muslim References B) Muslim References Index Journal of Islam in Asia.Doctrine and Philosophy .

General Principles and Work Plan 1989 .Modern Education in the Muslim World: Origin and Development .The Reform of Al-Azhar University •The Role of Christian Missionaries and their Educational Activities .Third reprint. Lucknow .Mohd Kamal Hassan on the Islamization of Knowledge CHAPTER 1 THE ROOT CAUSES OF THE DECLINE OF THE MUSLIM WORLD: AN EDUCATIONAL PERSPECTIVE .Islamization of Knowledge: An Agenda of the Ummah .Modern Education in the West: Origin and Development •First Stage •Second Stage •Third Stage •Fourth Stage •Fifth Stage •Sixth Stage . Deoband •Nadwat al-'Ulama'. 2013 226 pages CONTENTS GUIDING LIGHTS FROM THE QURAN INTRODUCTION .Islamization of the Religious Sciences [ Islamic Revealed Knowledge Disciplines ] •Islamization in General •A Few Terms .Islamization of Knowledge: A Misunderstood Movement .Educational Development in Egypt and Turkey during 19th Century •The Model of Muhammad 'Abduh .Reasons for Applying the Islamization Concept to the Religious Sciences .Internal Factors •Lack of Mission of Islam •Lack of Vision of Islamic Life •Lack of Ijtihadic and Dynamic Leadership •Lack of Empirical and Rational Approach •Lack of Creativity and Ijtihad CHAPTER 2 EDUCATION: THE DYNAMICS OF DEVELOPMENT .The Causes of the Failure of Modern Western Education in the Muslim World .Plea for the Introduction of Modern Western Education .Introduction .Humanity's Need for Islamization of Knowledge .Muslim Responses to Modern Western Education in India •The Model of Syed Ahmad Khan and Others: The Establishment of Aligarh Muslim University •Muhammadan Anglo-Oriental College or Aligarh Muslim University •Dar al-'Ulum.External Factors •Nationalism •Secularism •Modernism .

The Background of Mawdudi's Reflections on Education •From the 1930s-1940s •From the 1940s-1950s •From the 1950s-1970s .Muhammad Asad on the Incompatibility of Islamic and Modern Western Education CHAPTER 5 THE CRITIQUE OF MODERN WESTERN EDUCATION BY TRADITIONALLY EDUCATED MUSLIM THINKERS .Iqbal on the Independent Study of Modern Western Thought .The Development of Islamic Economics .The Philosophical Foundation of Modern Western Education •The Modern Western Worldview •The Failure of Western Modernity .The Philosophical Foundation of Islamic Education •Faith and Spirituality .The Contribution of Islamic Thought: A Quarterly Journal at Aligarh during the 1950s-1960s .A Few Important Considerations .Mawdudi's Philosophy of Education .The Essence and Basis of Life CHAPTER 4 THE CRITIQUE OF MODERN WESTERN EDUCATION BY WESTERN-EDUCATED MUSLIM THINKERS .The Establishment of the International Institute of isalmic Thought (IIIT) CHAPTER 9 MAWDUDI'S PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION: THE DYNAMICS OF CHANGE AND LEADERSHIP .Syed Muhammad Naquib al-Attas on the Revival of Islamic Knowledge and Education . North America (AMSS) CHAPTER 8 THE ISLAMIZATION OF KNOWLEDGE MOVEMENT AND THE INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ISLAMIC THOUGHT (IIIT) .Sayyid Qutb on the Link Between the Revival of Islam and Education CHAPTER 6 THE CRITIQUE OF MODERN WESTERN EDUCATION BY WESTERN EDUCATED MUSLIM EDUCATIONISTS .Sayyid Mawdudi on the Social Laws of Development and the Link Between Knowledge and Leadership .Conclusion CHAPTER 10 THE DEVELOPMENT OF ISLAMIC THOUGHT AND CIVILIZATION: THE CASE OF THE ISLAMIZATION OF .The General Framework of Mawdudi's Thought .•First Stage •Second Stage •Third Stage •Fourth Stage •Fifth Stage •Sixth Stage CHAPTER 3 THE PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS OF MODERN WESTERN EDUCATION AND ISLAMIC EDUCATION .Isma'il Raji al-Faruqi on the Malaise of the Ummah and the Integration of the Two Educational Systems CHAPTER 7 THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF MUSLIM ORGANIZATIONS TOWARDS THE ISLAMIZATION OF KNOWLEDGE DURING 1950s-1960s .The Contribution of the Association of Muslim Social Scientists.International Conferences on Islamic Education in Contemporary Times .

Discussions are made linking published scientific evidence and recent discoveries in the field of immunology and related sciences with the related Islamic guidelines on various aspects of life. and excretion of body waste in public places. Publication Information: Kuala Lumpur : IIUM Press. Physical Description: 218 p.Contemporary Muslim Responses to the Challenge of Knowledge: Separating the Grain from the Chaff •A Commentary INDEX Islamic Guidelines for Healthful Living Mohammad Tariqur Rahman Abstract DOI: http://dx.g.KNOWLEDGE . sex habits).On the Development of Islamic Thought . Education. giving importance for honey and olive oil.The Islamization of Knowledge . eating and drinking habits (e. miswāk). Muhammad Mumtaz.g. Studies in the Islamic Built Environment (Third edition) Spahic Omer ISBN 978-967-418-256-4 First edition.doi. abstinence from alcohol.Comparative studies. Muhammad Mumtaz. lifestyle (e. ISBN: 9789675272677 Personal Author: Ali. Islamic religious education.org/10. breast feeding. bathing. Theory of (Islam) Islamic education -.5915/39-4-6320 This paper highlights the scientific advancements in immunology and other fields that have given deeper insights into healthful living by advocating guidelines similar to the ones revealed to mankind in the 7th century of the common era (CE) in the Qur'an and Hadith. 2002 Second edition.Concluding Remarks ENDNOTES BIBLIOGRAPHY APPENDIX . Scientific evidence is consistent with the benefits of the guidelines in Islam for cleanliness (e.g.Introduction . Title: The history & philosophy of islamization of knowledge : a preliminary study of pioneers' thought Author: Ali. managing stress. ablution. avoidance of excessive eating). : 23 cm. Subject Term: Knowledge. 2004 . 2013.

they will enhance our knowledge on the purpose. This book is compiled to help students understand Islamization of knowledge particularly Islamization of Human Sciences and to enable them to embark on the project of Islamization of Human Sciences with renewed vigour. 2011 (Special Issue) Editor-in-chief: Kamaruzzaman Yunus Islamization of Human Sciences (Second Edition) Editor: Mohd. problems and work-plan for Islamization of knowledge.e. Yusof Hussain Second Edition 2009 Editor : Mohd.Third edition. The book is intended for those who have some background in Islamization of knowledge. familiarity with most terms on Islam and . 2013 416 pages CONTENTS PREFACE CHAPTER1 : MAN AND THE ENVIRONMENT IN ISLAM CHAPTER 2 : TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING ISLAMIC ARCHITECTURE CHAPTER 3 : THE ROLE OF THE MOSQUE BEFORE PROPHET MUHAMMAD (PBUH) CHAPTER 4 : PROPHET MUHAMMAD'S MOSQUE AS A COMMUNITY CENTER CHAPTER 5 : ISSUES IN MOSQUE DECORATION CHAPTER 6 : SOME LESSONS FROM THE HOLY QUR'AN ON HOUSING CHAPTER 7 : TOWARDS A CONTEMPORARY ISLAMIC HOUSING CHAPTER 8 : CONCEPTUALIZING THE PHENOMENON OF THE ISLAMIC CITY (MADINAH) CHAPTER 9 : THE CREATION OF BAGHDAD: STRIKING A BALANCE BETWEEN RELIGION AND QUEST FOR POWER CHAPTER 10 : APPRECIATING BEAUTY IN ISLAM CHAPTER 11 : URBAN versus HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INDEX Munjid Mustafa Bahjat Diwan Ar-Rahalah Ibn Jubair Al-Andalusi Munjid Mustafa Bahjat Ma'aruf Rusofi: An-Naqd As-siyasi wal ijtima'ie fi shi'irihi Munjid Mustafa Bahjat Revelation and Science: Vol. Yusof Hussain ISBN: 978-967-5272-08-0 This book is a compilation of selected papers that have been presented in the International Conference on Islamization of Human Sciences organized by the Kulliyyah of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences. 3. No. International Islamic University Malaysia on 4th – 6th August 2000. 1. Thus. The papers were selected for publication based on two criterias. they are related to Islamization of Human Sciences. goals. i. while some terms and ideas in Islamization of knowledge are defined.

Challenges and Opportunities Mohd Yusof Hussain 9 Chapter Three: Definition and Classification of Knowledge Louay Safi 17 Chapter Four: Al-Farabi's Theory of Knowledge Osman Bakar 21 Chapter Five: The Qur'anic Perspective of Human Sciences Jamil Farooqui 27 . It is hoped that this book will encourage and motivate more Islamic scholars to involve themselves in this noble effort of Islamization of Human Sciences.Islamization is assumed. CONTENTS Preface to the Second Edition vii Chapter One: Islamization of Human Sciences: Problems and Prospects Mohamed Aris Othman 1 Chapter Two: Islamization of Knowledge: Commitment.

Yusof Hussain 181 Chapter Twelve: Islamization of Communication : A Critique 195 .Chapter Six: Islamization of Knowledge: The Role of Muslim Scholars Mohd Yusof Hussain 49 Chapter Seven: Approaches to Islamization of Knowledge: A Review Abdul Rashid Moten 63 Chapter Eight: The Methodology of Islamizing Human Sciences Ibrahim A. Ragab 87 Chapter Nine: A Comparative Analysis of the Conceptions of al-Attas and al-Faruqi Rosnani Hashim and Imron Rossidy 115 Chapter Ten: Towards An Islamic Sociology Jamil Farooqui 141 Chapter Eleven: Islamization of Communication Mohd.

Galander Chapter Thirteen: Approaches to Islamization of Knowledge: The Case of Psychology Mohamed Mokdad 219 Chapter Fourteen: Reconstructionism.” .Mahmoud M. Revisionism and Anamorphosis : Reclaiming of History of Muslims Ataullah Bodgan Kopanski 237 Chapter Fifteen: Islamization of language: The Case of Malay Mohd Yusof Hussain 263 Chapter Sixteen: Towards Islamic English in Speech and Writing Haja Mohideen Mohamed Ali 275 About the Contributors Index 289 A Critical Survey of Islamization of Knowledge (Second Edition) Mohamed Aslam Haneef SECOND EDITION 2009 A CRITICAL SURVEY OF ISLAMIZATION OF KNOWLEDGE Author: Mohamed Aslam Haneef ISBN: 978-967-5272-00-4 “A useful guide for those interested on Islamization of Knowledge.

with the intention to develop contemporary bodies of knowledge from Islamic perspectives. Georgetown University.Section 1: Introduction . Mohd. UK. International Islamic University Malaysia. Islam and Development and the economies of the Muslim world. Intellectual Biographical Works 4. Dr. Dr.Critique Section 4: The Rationale for IOK . He has also held Visiting Fellowships at the Centre for Muslim Christian Understanding.Section 3: Sources and Categories of Writings 1. Critique of IOK . one of the earliest disciplines to receive the attention of contemporary Muslim scholars. rationale and tries to tease out differences of opinions in the IOK process itself. This 2 nd. it is also accessible to professionals interested to get a general introduction to one very important attempt by Muslim scholars to face the challenges of the Muslim ummah.Works with Methodology Focus 6. Outline and Significance . The book is primarily targeted to young researchers and scholars wanting to understand the IOK agenda.Sources and Categories of Writings 2. former Rector of the International Islamic University Malaysia. This study attempts a comprehensive review of IOK. Osman Bakar.Comparative Studies/Reviews 5. This book surveys Islamization of Knowledge (IOK). discussing the views of its main proponents as well as of its critics. Mohamed Aslam Haneef is currently Professor at the Department of Economics. It covers issues of definitions. a project representing a Muslim intellectual response to modernity. Deputy Chief Executive Office. However. “Professor Aslam has come up with a greatly-needed review of the “Islamization of Knowledge” endeavour in his book.Specific Discipline Applications 7.'Opponents' 2.Emeritus Prof. analysis and assessment of the much-misunderstood Islamic intellectual project . Kamal Hassan. USA and the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies. International Institute of Islamic Advanced Studies.Section 2: Scope.” Prof. He has authored books and scholarly articles in the area of Islamic economics. Critique of Aspects of IOK .The 'How' Section 7: Reviewers and Critiques 1.The 'Why' Section 5: The Meaning of IOK . Elobaration/Discussion of IOK 3. The IOK agenda is now about 40 years old and has left a permanent imprint in modern Muslim discourse: there are institutions dedicated to its cause in the Muslim world. intellectual journals promoting its agenda and scholarly attempts to build contemporary bodies of knowledge based on its agenda. Proponents of IOK see the root cause and solution to problems facing the ummah today as one of knowledge and education. expanded edition also includes a section that presents a brief case study of the IOK agenda as applied to economics. CONTENT Chapter 1 Islamization of Knowledge: Survey and Selected Issues .The 'What' Section 6: What Does IOK Involve . It is a very thoughtful survey.

3 Conference/ Unpublished Paper 3.4 Magazine 2.Rationale for Islamization of Knowledge B.2 Books/Chapter in Book 2. Other Social Sciences 3.2 Books/Chapter in Book 1. Islamization of Economics 2.2 Books/Chapter in Book 4. HOW . Comparison.3.3 Conference/ Unpublished Paper 1. What and How A. Comparative of Studies Section 8: Developing Contemporary Islamic Economics. Critique. WHY .2 Books/Chapter in Book 4.1 Articles 4.General 1.1 Articles 3.1 Articles 5. 1 Articles 1.A Case Study of IOK 1. Islamization Case Study 4. Islamization of Knowledge . Islamization of Economics 2. Review 5.3 Conference/ Unpublished Paper 5. Contemporary Islamic Economics in Practice vis-a-vis Islamization of Knowledge/Economic Banking and Finance 3.1 Articles 2.2 Conference/ Unpublished Paper Index Research in Islamic economics : the missing Fard 'ayn component Author: . Contemporary Islamic Economics in the 21st Century: The Way Forward Section 9: Future Direction and Concluding Remarks References List of Appendices Chapter 2 Islamization of Knowledge: The Why.Process involved in Islamization of Knowledge Chapter 3 Abstract of All MAin References Chapter 4 Selected Bibliography on Islamization of Knowledge 1. WHAT .Definition of Islamization of Knowledge C.

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the scholars differ in their strategies. They usually argue for an integration of the social sciences with certain Islamic traditions. This review will consider three relevant books and eleven articles written by Muslim social scientists. They then advocate a reconstruction of an "Islamic Anthropology" based on Islamic consonance. we have witnessed tremendous efforts among Muslim scholars to engage in a movement call the Islamization of Knowledge. On the other extreme. the categories reflect the attitudes toward "Western Social Sciences" 1 and associated strategies that are adopted. and accept that these social sciences are more pluralistic than many Muslim scholars think. There are other writers who . 1996a. Nevertheless. for a number of epistemological and methodological reasons. to the extent of almost regarding it as irrelevant for the Muslims. Basically. it is best to provide a review of the efforts in the Islamization of the social sciences. It is acknowledged that this list is anything but exhaustive. In between are such Muslim scholars as Farooqui (2002) and Ragab (1992. But in terms of how this may be done.PDF (Joseph in the Torah and the Qur’an: an assessment of Malik Bennabi’s narrative) Published Version Restricted to Repository staff only Islamization of Social Sciences: A Literature Review 时时时2010-04-07 时时时时时时时时 5-6 时 SEE Hoon Peow 时时时793 Since the 1977 International Conference on Islamic Education in Makkah. 1997. these works are representative of the various positions Muslim social scientists take in the Islamization of their discipline and in the epistemological and methodological strategies they adopt to engage in the Islamizing process. According to Ragab (1999). it is almost self evident that the Islamization of social sciences. concepts and context. On one extreme are writers such as Davies (1988) who are critical of "Western Anthropology". 1999) who are critical of certain Western traditions. In a discussion of this movement. 1996c. Davies accepts only some of the terminologies of "Western Anthropology" out of convenience. We may group the positions and strategies adopted by Muslim social scientists into a few categories in an attempt to better understand their works. there are writers such as Achoui (undated) who are sympathetic towards "Western" social sciences. and proposes "ilm ul umran " as an alternative to "Western Anthropology". is the heart of this intellectual movement. 1996b.

concentrates on criticising the positivist/empiricist tradition of social sciences. explore the relevant Islamic parameters. the over reliance on sensory and empirical data and the exclusion of revelation (namely the Qur'an) for social scientific research. Sociology according to Comte adopts the scientific method to study social phenomena in a manner that is similar to the study of natural phenomena.totally miss the point of the Islamization movement and advocate positions and strategies that fall short of the professionalism of the social scientist. Criticisms of "Western" Social Sciences The criticisms are usually focused on two major issues. According to Farooqui (2002: 3). Almost all the writers approach their subject in the following way: criticize the Western tradition. This tradition has resulted only in recognizing the existence of "matter" and to view "materialism" as part and parcel of the scientific method itself. In other words. Achoui (undated: 23) points out that the positivist/empiricist tradition in social sciences is but . social science will only provide an incomplete understanding of humankind. and provide a strategy. We will review the literature according to these aspects. and that social science is never neutral but a biased social construct loaded with Western values and interests. Ragab (1992 and 1996c) on the other hand. problematic or irrelevant (Farooqui. Farooqui (2002: 8) calls the social reality projected by the Western social sciences "matter-oriented reality" and not "spirit or God-oriented reality". At the same time the incomplete knowledge is also the consequence of the fact that the social scientists do not bother to study the epistemological and ontological aspects of physical (or social) phenomena because they are considered difficult. This has also resulted in the almost total exclusion of the "spiritual" and religious dimensions of human society. leading consequently to the formulation of a "mechanical" view of the cosmos. namely. 2002: 6-8). methodology and epistemology of either an integration of the two perspectives or a reconstruction of the disciplines. Relying solely on sensory knowledge and ignoring the fact that human existence is moulded by the meaning which people understand social realities. However. the social scientists are only able to provide an incomplete knowledge of social phenomena.

Therefore the positivist/empiricist tradition in its extreme is necessarily anti-religion that is not acceptable to people of faith. such as hermeneutics and phenomenology. Davies (1988) in her elegantly written book Knowing One Another: Shaping an Islamic Anthropology argues that social sciences in general and anthropology in particular are never neutral and value free but are biased social constructs loaded with Western values and interests. but he is right to point out that the positivist/empiricist tradition in social sciences was a revolt against the domination of the church in the politics of knowledge creation. His main criticisms are mainly directed against outdated sociological theories such as Comte and Spenser's theories which are mainly of historical interest to beginners of Sociology. Yet his criticism of Sociology reveals evidence of misinterpreting the subject. Whether his faith in Sorokin's theory will pay off remains to be seen. The concept of "otherness" implies a distinction between the Westerners. unless it is effectively revamped. and the people they study. 2002: 3). He criticizes some Muslim scholars for their ignorance of other traditions in social sciences that are not atheistic which should be acceptable to Muslims. Muslehuddin's book is divided into two parts in which he criticizes Western sociology and then presents the Islamic social system. These criticisms may be strong. It not only adequately helps effectively free us from the straitjacket of the positivist/empiricist tradition. but also allows us to transcend the historical/political blunders of the church/science conflict" (Ragab. 1996c: 11). hence the study only observes what the pay master wants to . Ragab (1996c) points out those new developments in science have resulted in the search for alternative paradigms and methodologies in social sciences. The "knowing" is always a one-way traffic.one tradition in social sciences that is "atheistic". including the colonizers and missionaries. She points out that concepts such as "otherness" and "primitive" in anthropology are ethnocentric and based on Western values. In particular. The whole enterprise of anthropology is meant to serve the interest of the West. The concept of "primitive" implies that the West is advance and superior. "He (Weber) observed that Sociology should study and analyse the meaning in order to comprehend the true nature of social action" (Farooqui. he finds Sorokin's "Integral theory of truth and reality do provide us with the most promising epistemological grounding for an effective answer to the questions posed by the critique of the positivist/empiricist tradition. He also takes to task some Muslim scholars' criticisms of the West that are marred with emotionalism and reductionism. yet one would agree after reading works such as Muslehuddin's (1999) Sociology and Islam: A Comparative Study of Islam and Its Social System . Farooqui (2002: 3) recognizes that Max Weber appreciated the complexity of social phenomena that individuals attach meaning to them.

1988: 113). This is where Muslim scholars differ. or the organizations for which they work and which need to cater for special strategies and requirements. conditions. she did not make . Besides proposing a conceptual scheme. According to this approach. It is difficult for non-Muslims to judge the validity of the various expositions of the Islamic parameters of social life and concepts. Horstmann. However. Achoui (undated: 30) felt that the source of the problems lies not with the social sciences per se but with the "self-ego centrism". A discipline developed under such biased premises is meaningless to Muslims who believe in mutual dialogue. that tawhid (unity) seems to be the most important one. 2002: 42). However. 2003. Then they should be "reconstructed by deconstructing the then current trends within Islamic social thinking and Western sociological (social scientific) ideas" (Farooqui. Farooqui (2002: 41-44) gives a good summary of the approaches to the Islamization of sociology (social sciences). and the implications of such reconstruction and integration. meaning and implications of consonance in the study of all mankind in their communal existence" (Davies. one has to be cautious that the Islamization of Knowledge movement itself can also be criticized as serving the needs of dominant political powers (Noor. To the criticism voiced by Davies. What is more important here is how the Islamic parameters of social life can be used to reconstruct social sciences or to integrate with social sciences. She said in her own words that "we maintain that the aim of Islamic anthropology should be understanding the nature. inclinations or ideologies of individual social scientists. Davies (1988: 113-172) is advocating a scheme that is based totally on Islamic concepts.know. First is the "Reconstructionist approach". Islam does not accept separation of different spheres or "truth" or "knowledge". While Farooqui still accepts some Western sociological ideas. Islamic Parameters Social Life and Social Sciences The literature on the Islamization of social sciences often agree that social sciences have to "integrate" with the Islamic parameters of social life or else to be reconstructed in the Islamic parameters of social life. social sciences should critically analyse and be liberated from Western influence. 2004). among the concepts.

according to the group. The second approach. the exercise may run the risk of being counter-productive. when in fact Muslim scholars have lamented that Muslim communities have been misunderstood and their distinctive characters ignored. On this there was no mention in her book. "We seek to explore how community functions as a system that facilitates the harmonious embodiment of moral values as a constructive environment for right action. Indeed. attain excellence and seek God's pleasure. Islamic anthropology is necessarily normative. yet in each case it connotes totally different meanings. 1988: 6-7). According to this approach. or hinder of deforms the purposive intent of moral values within a way of life and therefore impairs the ability or opportunity for right action" (Davies. rather than a one way process (Davies. What arouses curiosity is how she can apply the concept of ummah on both Muslim and non-Muslim communities alike and study them as if they are one ummah . the term "primitive" has long been abandoned by anthropologists. The term seems to be used out of convenience! One hopes that the new Islamic anthropology is a mutual process and a dialogue between those who study and the studied.' These . "The methodology.clear how this might be done. 'prescriptive laws' and 'descriptive laws. in service to the ultimate goal God set for mankind. This is an important point that runs throughout her book. between Islamic anthropology and Western anthropology. If the adoption of this reconstructionist approach implies a total disregard for the achievements of the West. nor any distinction between sociology and anthropology. Some of the implications of this Islamic anthropology are: there will not be any more distinction between advanced. according to Farooqui (2002: 43) "was developed by the 'office of Preliminary Societies of the Encyclopedia of Islamic Sciences' and characterized as 'fighati's New Sociology'". 1988: 129) Therefore. modern and primitive societies. The separation between anthropology and sociology has also been narrowed through the years. in short. Its approach and scope too will be free from xenophobia. What remains similar between Western anthropology and Islamic anthropology is the term anthropology. teleological. is to find out the rules of social life based on 'normative laws'. Another important aspect of the Islamic anthropology according to Davies is that it is concerned with the study all mankind as ummah . and to offer an opportunity for the anthropologists to reflect upon their own society and culture (in this case Muslims communities and Islamic culture). sociology (social sciences) should discover divine rules to follow the divine path.

In phase one the aim is to formulate an integral theoretical framework to guide the application later. namely. This approach may be guilty of "propagating the domination of the science of jurisprudence's methodologies over social sciences. undated:18). The intention is to seek to build an integral theoretical framework. We may now return to the original approach or strategy for Islamization of social science advocated by Ismail Al Faruqi. which is "an immediate certainty of the heart". which is taken by most independent sociologists. is to study the social thoughts in the works of Muslim social thinkers (Farooqui. integral theorizing and validation through research and practice. 1996c. 1996a. (2) knowledge by perception and (3) knowledge by intuition. 1996b. systematic and thorough review of relevant social science literature and relevant Islamic material. The third approach. These are: (1) knowledge by inference. 1997. According to Ragab (1999: 41-49) the Islamization process involves two phases. all inclusive theory. Forooqui (2003) himself is interested in the work of Shah Wali Allah. It is therefore unjust to ask the science of jurisprudence to bear a burden that it cannot take" (Achoui. can be scientific is not clear. There is evidently widespread interests in the works of Muslim social thinkers such as Ibn Khadun and Shah Wali Allah Al-Dehlawi.laws are found in traditional jurisprudence from which we can deduce divine laws and consider them the basis of knowledge and social administration". rather it is more of a model that can be validated by research. We must not confuse "how things ought to be" with "how things really are". undated: 24). It may also confuse the distinction between social philosophy and social sciences. This approach may be the most acceptable to social scientists. As to how intuition. which Ragab (1992. Farooqui (2002: 20) advocates the acceptance of the traditional Islamic three levels of knowledge in sociology. and conceptualized in terms of the "dialectical relationship between theory and research". . nor to find the rules which control these phenomena. 1999) defends strongly in a series of articles. "it was not designed to explain social phenomena and causal relationships. The interplay of these phases is important as they cover both the foundation and the application of Islamic social sciences. Social philosophy (the science of jurisprudence) is designed to make divine rules or ethical principles clear and to deduct rules from them. which is a methodology that is more suited to deal with theoretical texts and forms" (Achoui. 2002: 43). This involves critical. This is not a high level. though some Muslim scholars may find that it is not sufficiently "Islamic".

it is evident in the Islamization of social sciences literature that Muslim scholars are relatively less critical of Weber than Durkheim and his "gang". for the simple reason that we normally do not base our integral theorizing on a single verse from the Qur'an or one valid Hadith with a define meaning". the method he proposes is essentially Weberian (Ragab. as these are normal social sciences methods that have been modified (Ragab. Adopting an "integration stand" will ensure that Islamic scholarship in social sciences enjoys the best of the Islamic and Western worlds. 1996b). Whether Muslim scholars take the reconstructionist path or the integrationist path. He also demonstrates how it will work in practice by applying it to the study of psychosocial problems (Ragab. If the hypotheses are rejected. by using this method one is studying the unseen through focusing on the interaction between the non-empirical with the empirical. Islamic scholarship might be compelled to follow the path shown by Davies (1988) and to struggle to keep up with the West. He admits that this method is not as revolutionary as it seems. In fact. The fact that they are based on verses from the Qur'an and valid Hadiths does not render them sacred. 1999: 48). "these formulations can hardly be seen to be true a priori . Hypotheses that are confirmed will yield new and validated observations. Although he is critical of Weber in his article on Islam and development. the journey is certainly going . The complains against Weber about his study on Islam and development is more on his "poor reading" about Islam and Muslim communities than the method he uses. Conclusion The enterprise of Islamization of knowledge in the social sciences is indeed still at its infancy. 1996c) demonstrates how this method works in theory building. Ragab (1992. 1997). comparison and interpretation. the entire process may be repeated until valid conclusions are arrived at. According to Ragab (1999: 46-47). 1980). On the other hand.In phase two some hypotheses are formulated from the integral theoretical framework and to test the hypotheses using acceptable analytical methodologies such as statistical analysis. His theoretical framework can be understood as the ideal type in the Weberian context 2 . "This may mean honing some of our current methods and techniques to make them sensitive enough to be able detect these 'inner signals'" (Ragab. Otherwise. Adopting the modified Weberian method seems to be one of the wisest moves for Islamic scholarship in social sciences to gain acceptance from both Muslims and social scientists at large.

1988. Horstmann. The current political atmosphere between Muslim countries and the West is also far from conducive.to be very long. International Islamic University Malaysia. ----. 3. Towards An Islamic Sociology . Farooqui. The Islamic Quarterly . 6. J. 2. 2002. M. Mapping the terrain: politics and culture of Islamization of knowledge in Malaysia. Department of Psychology. The journey will face many obstacles. As Setia (2005: 1) observes: after three decades or so of Islamization. Social Sciences and religion: what is the relationship? Occasional Paper . issue 4. .jp/issue/issue4/article_339_p. M. 4. 2. for the real intellectual challenge lies in articulating the religious textual relevance in conceptual terms rich enough to determine the content and direction of actual empirical scientific research. One thing that all parties in the debate have realized is that the Islamization of the sciences has to be far more substantial than merely citing the relevant Qur'anic verses and Hadith. Muslehuddin. Achoui. Davies. M. A. So does Davis (1988. Sociology and Islam: A Comparative Study of Islam and Its Social System . XLVII. W. 5.2003. London and New York: Mansell Publishing Limited. (undated). 3. Whether social sciences may be considered "Western" or "Islamic" is a subject of debate itself.ac. 1999. Knowing One Another: Shaping An Islamic Anthropology . Kyoto Review .html.cseas. my feeling is that their work need to be further explicated in terms that can provide practical direction to scientists not exposed to the history and philosophy of Islamic and modern science. No.kyotou. 2004. Sociological thought of Shah Wali Allah Al-Dehlawi. of which the two biggest are conservatism and xenophobia. Notes 1. 11-26). Vol. http://kyotoreview. References 1. Kuala Lumpur: International Islamic University Malaysia.

http://www. A. in Port Dickson. East 10. Review of Mona Abaza. Islam & Science . He was also the founder of the Islamic Studies program in the Department of Religion at Temple University. A.ibrahimragab. ----.1997. A distinguished scholar of Islam and comparative religions. 9.com/ebooks-16.Kuala Lumpur: Islamic Book Trust.com/ebooks-15.ibrahimragab. 14. Oct 30Nov 1. 11.com/ebooks-14. 1992. Debates on Islam and Knowledge in Malaysia and Egypt: Shifting Worlds .ibrahimragab.1996a. University of Essex. 1980. http://www.com/ebooks17 (revised). Noor. Paper Submitted to the Workshop on Islamization of Knowledge. ----. Paper submitted to the Second Integration Workshop. Ragab. H-Net Reviews. organized by the Kulliyah of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences. Michigan. Summer. F. Islamic perspectives on theory-building in the Social Sciences. http://www. I. Paper submitted to the Fourth International Social Sciences Methodology Conference. June 7-11. The seminar was jointly organized by The Centre .1992.ibrahimragab. The Islamization of Social Sciences: English Papers. Association of Muslim Social Scientists.h-net. Malaysia.1996b. two days international seminar on The Legacy of Ismail Al-Faruqi: Thought and Institutionwas held on 6-7 June 2010 at the University of Westminster in London. Professor Ismail Raji al Faruqi Professor Ismail Raji al Faruqi was a co-founder of International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT) and Association of Muslim Social Scientists (AMSS). Setia. On the methodology of Islamizing the Social Sciences. Towards a new paradigm for Social Science research.msu. 2003. http://www. 16. 7. 12. Lansing. Islamic Science as a scientific research program: conceptual and pragmatic issues. July 1-5. trained at Indiana University and McGill University.ibrahimragab. Paper submitted to the 21st Annual Conference. 7 (1): 2752.ibrahimragab. 2005. 1413. ----. ----. Organized by the Kulliyah of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences. 15. UK. Lamya al Faruqi – a distinguished scholar of Islamic art – the seminal work titled The Cultural Atlas of Islam. 1987 in circumstances that have never been resolved. Ismail and Lamya were both murdered in their home in Philadelphia on May 26.com/ebooks-1. ----. ----. http://findarticles. 1996. A. On the nature and scope of the Islamization process: towards conceptual clarification. 8. http://www. The Islamization of Social Sciences: English Papers.1996c. Sept 1997. Islam and development. Colchester. with his wife Dr.edu/reviews/showrev. His book on Christian Ethics was only one of many outstanding books and publications that spoke of his command of the subject. http://www. Jumada Alwal 3-5.com/ebooks-13. Dealing with psychosocial problems: application of the Islamization of Social Science methodology. Intellectual Discourse .com/p/articles/mi-m0 QYQ/is13/ai_n13826894. http://www. Creative engagement of "modern" Social Science scholarship: a significant component of the Islamization of Knowledge effort. 1996. Professor Faruqi authored. Negeri Sembilan.cgi? path=28021106983086.1999. 13.

President. USA delivered key note addresses at the seminar highlighting the great contribution of Prof. and (3) discussing his programmatic approach to the “Islamization of Knowledge” in the form of an institute (IIIT) and his leading efforts to conceptualize and develop contemporary Islamic institutions of higher learning. UK Seminar Addresses Faruqi's Legacy Thursday. The proceedings of the seminar are to be published in due course. Washington DC. London. A total of eleven research papers by academics from Malaysia. Click here for flash images of the conference. UK. Ismail al Faruqi to the academia and the world of Islamic learning. (2) analyzing the genesis of his ideas and critique of the West’s philosophical and religious traditions. UK. AbdulHamid AbuSulayman. University of Westminister. South Africa..Islamization of Knowledge and Ijtihad . Canada. (IIIT) UK and USA. and on to history. University Professor of Religion and International Affairs at Georgetown University. the International Institute of Islamic Thought – IIIT. being the areas to which Prof. Interreligious Dialogue and Ethics. The seminar explored al Faruqi's life and his scholarly output by (1) presenting the encyclopedic range of his intellectual pursuits. economics. culture. USA and the International Institute of Islamic Thought. from philosophy to religion to Islamic studies. USA. Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding. Study of Religion and Science and Modernity.for the Study of Democracy.Tawhid and Aesthetics. Algeria were delivered at the seminar. Dr. politics. Esposito. Islamic Humanism. particularly as they relate to Christianity and modernity. June 10. 2010 :: 3950 Views . Georgetown University. and science. and Professor John L. Ismail al Faruqi has made a lasting contribution. These papers covered topical areas of .

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