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Iktisar Filsafat Ilmu: dalam Perspektif Barat dan Islam

La Ode Husen, Said Sampara, Nurul Qamar & Salle. (2017). Iktisar Filsafat Ilmu: dalam Perspektif Barat dan Islam. Makassar: CV. Social Politic Genius (SIGn).

Author : La Ode Husen; Said Sampara; Nurul Qamar; Salle
Year : 2017
Title : Iktisar Filsafat Ilmu: dalam Perspektif Barat dan Islam
Place Published : Makassar
Publisher : CV. Social Politic Genius (SIGn)
Pages : viii + 164 hal.; 13 cm x 19 cm
ISBN : 978-602-61833-7-8
URL : Google Books
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Description

Buku ini mengurai tentang ikhtisar pemikiran dari para filsuf yang lahir dari dunia Barat maupun Islam. Filsuf yang hadir dari perspektif Barat dan membumi di sekitar abad XIX sampai sekarang ini, antara lain; filsuf Carl Popper, Thomas Kuhn, David Hume. Untuk Filsuf yang hadir dari perspektif Islam, antara lain; Ibn Miskawah (932-1030), Al Ghazali (1059-1111), Ibn Khaldum (1332-14.06), Shah Wali Ullah (1703-1753) dan Ulama Muhammad Iqbal (1873-1938).

Adapun konsepsi dan kajian teori-teori ilmu pengetahuan dari perspektif Barat dan Islam itu sangat berbeda khususnya mengenai keberadaan Allah sebagai pencipta segala sesuatu, dan keaslian semua pemikiran termasuk Sumber ilmu pengetahuan (resource knowledge) tidak ada Sumber lain kecuali Allah. Sejak Sumber ilmu pengetahuan datang dari yang ghaib, maksud dan tujuan daripada ilmu pengetahuan adalah tidak lain kecuali dihubungkan dengan yang ghaib dan kenyataan.

 

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