This course consists of scientific studies on the history of Islamic thought and its development in the Muslim community to explore the development of philosophical thought in Muslim societies today. The course also examines the challenges of the past and the present in connection with Islamic thought. Islamic scholars of all time in the Muslim world were also discussed as well as Muslim thinkers in the Malay Archipelago and the Muslim scholars.

References:

  1. Fahmi Jada’an (2001): Usus al-Taqaddum ‘Inda Mufakkir al-Islami. Beirut: Muassasah Arabia.
  2. Mustafa Helmi Sulaiman (2003): Manaahij al-Bahs fie al-Ulum al-Islamiyyah. Iskandaria: Daru al-Dakwah.
  3. Mahmud Hamdi Zaqzuq (2003): al-Islam wa al-Awlamah. Cairo: Majlis al-A’la
  4. Abd Latif al-‘Abd (2004): Mawqif al-Rasul Min Ahl al-Aqaid al-Ukhra’. Cairo: Dar Shuruq.
  5. Taha Jabir al-Alwani (2005): Islah al-Fikr Bayna al-Qudarat wa al-Aqabat. Kahirah: Dar Wahbah.
  6. Din Mohammad (2006): Al-Muslimun wa al-kharitat al-diniyyah al-‘alamiyyah al-mu’asirah.
  7. Auda, J., (2008) Maqasid Al-Shariah: A Beginners Guide,   International Institute of Islamic Thought
  8. Lenn Evan Goodman (2003) Islamic Humanism, p. 155, Oxford University Press