ISLAM AS A BASIS FOR CIVILIZATION THOUGHT AND DEVELOPMENT (Islam sebagai Asas kepada Pemikiran dan Pembangunan Tamadun)

Abdullah Ahmad Badawi

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ABSTRACT

This article discuss a brief meaning of civilization and development in Islam, how Islamic civilization and development have impacted the world community particularly in intellectual fields, the significance of Islamic thought on civilization and development in the midst of contemporary scientific and technological developments before linking all these topics back to the basis for civilizational thought and development set forth by al-Quran and dwell further on the cooperative effort, particularly by Malaysian and Japanese scholars, on understanding Islamic thought in relation to civilization and development at international level.

ABSTRAK

Makalah ini membincangkan tentang kepentingan tamadun dan pembangunan dalam Islam secara ringkas, bagaimana tamadun dan pembangunan Islam telah memberi kesan kepada masyarakat dunia terutamanya dalam bidang intelektual, kepentingan pemikiran Islam dalam tamadun dan pembangunan di tengah-tengah arus perkembangan sains dan teknologi kontemporari sebelum menghubungkan semua topik ini kembali kepada asas pemikiran dan pembangunan tamadun yang telah diajarkan dalam al-Quran dan seterusnya membincangkan tentang usaha kerjasama, khususnya oleh sarjana-sarjana dari Malaysia dan Jepun, dalam memahami pemikiran Islam yang berkaitan dengan tamadun dan pembangunan di peringkat antarabangsa. 

 



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