Dikotomi Keilmuan Dalam Islam Abad Pertengahan (Telaah Pemikiran Al-ghazali Dan Al-zarnuji)

Farida Laila, St. Noer
Journal article IAIN Tulungagung Research Collections • 2016

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(Bahasa Indonesia, 17 pages)


The present research was aimed at describing the dichotomous attitude of Muslim medieval ulama toward the development of religious and non-religious sciences. Based on a library study on the thought of Imam al-Ghazali in his Ihya' ‘ulum al-din, as well as the thought of al-Zarnuji in his Ta'lim almuta'allim, it was found that both ulama did not stcrikly differentiate the two sciences. Al-Ghazali saw the relation of the two sciences not in “conflict” but “independent” one each other, while al-Zarnuji devided the sciences based on their possitive aspects for Muslims' religious life. Al-Zarnuji did not classify sciences as religious and non-religious.




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