The Quest for Systemic Islamic Economic Studies from Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Authors

  • Zainal Abidin IAIN Madura

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54471/iqtishoduna.v11i1.1226

Keywords:

Method, Islamic studies, Interdisciplinary

Abstract

The method in Islamic studies is a necessity for the reason that  with a correct and accurate method, Islamic study becomes an interesting exploration in the academia. In  Islamic Studies courses,   issues of  life problems associated with  Islam  need to be handled. This paper discerns the challenges and opportunities  that arise  in  Islamic studies and relate these to the development of the Islamic economic realm. This article argues that Islamic studies is faced with a huge prospect , namely a reform at the philosophical level. Hence, concepts to enrich the perspectives using a multi-dimensional approach are suggested. Besides, strengthening the field of text supplementation by presenting an understanding of hermeneutics and understanding the concept of maqasid shari'a  are also encouraged. It concludes with an obsession    to present  a sensitive and integrated Islam with modernity.

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Published

2022-04-01

How to Cite

Abidin, Z. (2022). The Quest for Systemic Islamic Economic Studies from Interdisciplinary Perspectives. IQTISHODUNA: Jurnal Ekonomi Islam, 11(1), 125–138. https://doi.org/10.54471/iqtishoduna.v11i1.1226

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