COVID-19 SEBAGAI FENOMENA RELASI EKSAMINATIF (‘ALAQAH AL-IBTILA) DALAM PENDIDIKAN ISLAM: KAJIAN FILOSOFIS PEMIKIRAN MAJID IRSAN AL-KILANI

al-Afkar, Journal for Islamic Studies

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Title COVID-19 SEBAGAI FENOMENA RELASI EKSAMINATIF (‘ALAQAH AL-IBTILA) DALAM PENDIDIKAN ISLAM: KAJIAN FILOSOFIS PEMIKIRAN MAJID IRSAN AL-KILANI
 
Creator Habibi, Debi Fajrin
Kambali, Kambali
 
Subject Al-Ibtila, Covid-19, Islamic education
 
Description This article discusses the Covid-19 phenomenon in the perspective of Majid Irsan Al-Kilani's perspective of Islamic education. In his book titled Falsafah Al-Tarbiyah Al-Islamiyyah : Dirasah Muqaranah baina Falsafah Al-Tarbiyah Al-Islamiyyah wa Al-Falsafat Al-Tarbawiyyah Al-Mu'ashirah, Al-Kilani discusses one vision of Islamic education, is intertwined harmonious relations between humans and life is called 'Alaqah Al-Ibtila or examinative relations. Covid-19 is one of the tests that is currently endemic in almost the entire world, and has an impact not only on the health sector, but also on the economy and the education process. Humans as perpetrators of the educational process can not be separated from the test. This paper has the concept of double movement, in the sense of a review of the Covid-19 phenomenon as a form of testing for humans, and at the same time assessing the impact of the test on current educational conditions.
 
Publisher STAI DR. KHEZ. Muttaqien Purwakarta bekerjasmaa dengan Fakultas Agama Islam Universitas Wiralodra, dan Asosiasi Dosen DPK UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung
 
Date 2020-06-16
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://al-afkar.com/index.php/Afkar_Journal/article/view/104
10.31943/afkar_journal.v3i2.104
 
Source al-Afkar, Journal For Islamic Studies; Vol. 3 No. 2, July (2020): Al-Afkar: Journal for Islamic Studies; 1-13
2614-4905
2614-4883
10.31943/afkar_journal.v3i2
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://al-afkar.com/index.php/Afkar_Journal/article/view/104/72
 

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