Democracy Of Islamic Education: Building A Monochotomic Epistemology In Islamic Education

Masyitoh, Siti and Sodik, Nur and Mansurnoor, Iik Arifin and Musyaffi, Mohamad Azmi and Zulkifli, Zulkifli and Abudinata, Abudinata (2021) Democracy Of Islamic Education: Building A Monochotomic Epistemology In Islamic Education. In: ICIIS 2020, 20-21 October 2020, Jakarta, Indonesia.

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Democracy in Islamic education includes values such as justice, deliberation, equality, freedom, plurality and tolerance as the basis for all Islamic education activities so that there is freedom of interaction between educators and students in the learning process in class. The current crisis in Islamic education still emphasizes the doctrinaire- normative aspects which tend to be exclusively apologetic but transcendental. The ideological paradigm and the scientific paradigm mix causing uncertainty. The dualism- dichotomous phenomenon between religious (semitic) and general (helenistic) science develops, while the creative, dynamic tradition of scientific thought as demanded by Islamic teachings is difficult to develop. This paper uses a research library research type. For data collection, the researcher used descriptive analysis method where the data which became the object of study after being analyzed then described it. This paper describes a picture of the ideal Islamic education which is reconstructed and reformed through monocotomic epistemology as a new direction of Islamic education that is more democratic and based on the spirit of Islamic teachings that integrates the realm of religious and general knowledge so that through the educational process it brings understanding and awareness of God's power.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: educational democracy epistemology monochotomics
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Depositing User: EAI Editor IV
Date Deposited: 21 May 2021 06:35
Last Modified: 21 May 2021 06:35

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