The principal thinking of Ibn Khaldun : An analysis on the contribution to the development of contemporary science

Halim, Harliana and Aziz, Hani Suraya and Suhaimy, Khairul Azman and Ani, Fauziah and Jaes, Lutfan and Ahmad, Shakila and Damin, Zahrul Akmal and Syed Abu Bakar, Sharifah Khadijah (2017) The principal thinking of Ibn Khaldun : An analysis on the contribution to the development of contemporary science. In: The 1st International Conference on Social Sciences University of Muhammadiyah Jakarta, Indonesia, 1–2 November 2017 Toward Community, Environmental, and Sustainable Development, 1–2 November 2017, University of Muhammadiyah Jakarta, Indonesia.

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Abstract

Ibn Khaldun was a renowned thinker and scholar. His thoughts and ideas have been the subject and inspirations of countless researchs done around the globe by numerous scholars. The discourse on Ibn Khaldun's thoughts contributed to the growth and development of contemporary science. As such, this study was undertaken to re-evaluate the thinking of Ibn Khald n which transcends various disciplines. This study aims to analyse the principal ideas of Ibn Khald n in accordance to the disciplines of history, politics, economics, sociology and education through a literature review on the writings and discourses of the researchers. For this study, a qualitative method using historical descriptive approach was employed. The data for this study were obtained through library research. The data analyses were conducted through texts and document analyses, as well as using a comparison method; and are supported with the processing of data through induction and deduction methods. The study found that Ibn Khaldun's thoughts has contributed to the growth and development of contemporary science, especially in the discipline of history, politics, economics, sociology and education. Additionally, his thoughts on said disciplines were not build on one aspect per se, but holistic, scientific, transcending the multiple disciplines of knowledge; incorporating the various ranks of individuals, families, societies and countries.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords:Ibn Khaldun; Ideas and Thinking; Knowledge Development; Civilization; Islamic Scholar
Subjects:B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BP Islam. Bahaism. Theosophy, etc > BP600-610 Other beliefs and movements
ID Code:10056
Deposited By:Student Praktikal UiTM
Deposited On:13 Aug 2018 11:29
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