Benturan Paradigma: Respons terhadap Penggeseran Paradigma Islam

Clash of Paradigms: A Response to the Shifting of Islamic Paradigms

Authors

  • M. Jamil Manilet Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Tarbiyah (STIT) YAPIS Manokwari, Papua Barat
  • Farhan Afif Al Kindi AbdulHamid A. AbuSulayman Kulliyyah of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences, International Islamic University Malaysia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21111/jios.v2i1.34

Keywords:

Islamic Paradigm, Western Paradigm, Globalization, Paradigm Shift

Abstract

The clash between paradigms, in this case the Islamic and Western paradigms, is inevitable. This cannot be separated from the globalization that has swept the world. Religious issues from various regions around the world are easily accessible to anyone, anywhere, and anytime. The influx of these issues shapes the patterns and attitudes of Muslims, both in dealing with external and internal problems. The problem is that Muslims are then forced to submit to the Western paradigm. Since the late 19th century, Western penetration of the Islamic world has at least forced some Muslim countries to adopt Western laws. In addition, Islamic academics and intellectuals have lately been moving towards a rationalism-nihilism paradigm that tends to be oriented towards Western orientalist thought and philosophy. As a result, the Islamic paradigm adopted as a framework for Muslims' thinking has shifted and been replaced with a secular-liberal Western paradigm. Therefore, Islamic law is considered to be in conflict with human rights and the way of life of modern society. Departing from that, this paper is important as a response as well as an analysis and offer that the Islamic paradigm is different from the Western paradigm, so that the products produced are also different.  The Islamic paradigm is not just a view of the human mind towards the physical world or human involvement in it from a historical, social, political and cultural perspective, but includes aspects of the world and the hereafter.

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Published

01-06-2024

How to Cite

Manilet, M. Jamil, and Farhan Afif Al Kindi. 2024. “Benturan Paradigma: Respons Terhadap Penggeseran Paradigma Islam: Clash of Paradigms: A Response to the Shifting of Islamic Paradigms”. Journal of Islamic and Occidental Studies 2 (1). Hamid Fahmy Zarkasyi, Misykat: Refleksi Tentang Westernisasi, Liberalisasi, Dan Islam, 1st ed. (Ponorogo: Insists dan MIUMI, 2012).:1-21. https://doi.org/10.21111/jios.v2i1.34.