In this book the author gives a penetrating insight into the ways of spurious thinking and analytical reasoning among historians of the Malay Archipelago in their. حمل كتاب syed-muhammad-naquib-al-attas-historical-fact-and-fiction فى صيغة PDF مجاناً من Ths brand new book from Malayasia gives a penetrating insight into the ways of spurious thinking and analytical reasoning in the histories of the Malay.
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Historical fact and fiction
aal In this book the author gives anv penetrating insight into the ways of spurious thinking and analytical reasoning among historians of the Malay Archipelago in their explanation and interpretation of historical events pertaining to the coming and spread of Islam in the Archipelago.
He exposes errors and fallacies in their chronological framework and educated conjectures, thei In this book the author gives a penetrating insight into the ways of spurious thinking and analytical reasoning among historians of the Malay Archipelago in their explanation and interpretation of historical events pertaining to the coming and spread of Islam in the Archipelago.
He exposes errors and fallacies in their chronological framework and educated conjectures, their tainted assumptions on the religious and cultural effects of Islamization in indigenous history. In dealing with the Islamic past his critique of their empirical and inductive methods and weak logical analysis and rational estimation deserves due appreciation. In contradiction to what historicaal historians assume as the facts of history the author demonstrates his own explanation and interpretation of the major issues and casts new light on many basic matters that have hitherto eluded inquiry Hardcoverpages.
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Dec 05, Aziff rated it it was ok. With that as the preface, one should prepare beforehand for plenty of historical references and also a shift in perspectives conventional history has given us.
For myself, I find myself at odds with what to feel about this work. It is largely an academic exercise in genealogical study that has a good huge chapter dedicated to it. It would be difficult to believe that Historical Fact and Fiction was not written without an Islamic agenda in mind.
While the premise of Islam’s genesis hishorical Southeast Asia is up for debate, this is not a book fictio read for pleasure. It’s one you pick up to give yourself another narrative to the rich and changing definition of history of Islam in Sumatra.
Only to an extent. Afini rated it it was ok Aug 08, Afie rated it it was ok Feb 14, About Syed Muhammad Naquib al-Attas.
Syed Atta Naquib al-Attas. He is one of the few contemporary scholars who is thoroughly rooted in the traditional Islamic sciences and who is equally competent in theology, philosophy, metaphysics, history, and literature. His thought is integrated, multifaceted and creative. Islamization of the mind, body and soul and its effects on the personal and collective life on Muslims as well as others, including the spiritual and physical non-human environment. He is the author of twenty-seven authoritative works on various aspects of Islamic thought and civilization, particularly on Sufism, cosmology, metaphysics, philosophy and Malay language and literature.
Al-Attas was born into a family with a history of illustrious ancestors, saints, and scholars.
He received a thorough education in Islamic sciences, Malay language, literature and culture. He was exposed to Malay literature, history, religion, and western classics in English, and in a cultured social atmosphere developed a keen aesthetic sensitivity.
This nurtured in al-Attas an exquisite style and precise vocabulary that were unique to his Malay writings and language. After al-Attas finished secondary school inhe entered the Malay Regiment as cadet officer no. This gave him insight into the spirit and style of British society.
During this time he was drawn to the metaphysics of the Sufis, especially works of Jami, which he found in the library of the Academy.
He traveled widely, drawn especially to Spain and North Africa where Islamic heritage had a profound influence on him. He received the M.
Historical Fact And Fiction by Syed Muhammad Naquib al-Attas
Arberry of Cambridge and Dr. His doctoral thesis was a two-volume work on the mysticism of Hamzah Fansuri. He was Dean of ans Faculty of Arts from He strongly advocated the use of Malay as the language of instruction at the university level and proposed an integrated method of studying Malay language, literature and culture so that the role and influence of Islam and its relationship with other languages and cultures would be studied with clarity.
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