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Fata, Ahmad Khoirul (2012) MEMBANGUN SAINS BERBASIS IMAN. In: Conference Proceedings: Annual International Conference on Islamic Studies (AICIS) XII, 5 – 8 November 2012, Surabaya – Indonesia.

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The development of modern science gave birth to the problem in the Islamic world because it’s secularistic. It was not separated from the concept of epistemology of modern science is limited to physical objects of empirical reality, metaphysical reality (the heart of religion) which has been marginalized. In the axiological realm, modern science has become increasingly distant from the values (value free) religious ethics. So that the rapid development of modern science and technology would produce more damage (mafsadat) than maslahah. Adverse effects that were born from the development of science and technology demanded clerical (Islam) to rebuild an ethical concept of knowledge that is colored based on religious values. At this point the role of world view is very important in formulating science, because the world view is a pair of binoculars or a map of cognition and perception is always used to formulate a way of life provide an important role for scientific conception. This paper attempts to elaborate on the ethical basis laid down by Islam in the development of science. Some of the ethical basis of a framework for the development of science in Islam is: 1. Tawhid as a world view of science, 2. Science as tool to know God, 3. Interrelations science, with faith and conduct (charity).


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Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: Agama > Agama dan Ilmu Pengetahuan
Keywords: Science; verse; world view; iman-ilmu-amal
Divisions: Karya Ilmiah > Conference
Depositing User: Editor : Abdun Nashir------
Date Deposited: 03 Aug 2016 08:32
Last Modified: 03 Aug 2016 08:32

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