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Paperback, Third Impression, 49 pages
Published 1999 by The International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilization (ISTAC) (first published 1977)
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Wan Mohd Aimran
A penetrating and (in my view) correct diagnosis of the root of the contemporary problems facing the Muslim Ummah, followed by an original exposition of the Islamization of contemporary knowledge by one of the most prominent Muslim thinker/scholar of our age. Erudite, confident and exquisitely written.
Ade Nasrulloh
buku yg dari dulu ingin saya baca
alhamdulillah..
M Mushthafa
Bagus: menelaah konsep pendidikan Islam dengan bertolak dari konsep-konsep kunci dan melacaknya dari sudut bahasa.
Saya membaca buku ini dalam versi terjemahan bahasa Indonesia. Terbitan Mizan, diterjemahkan oleh Haidar Bagir, diedit oleh Jalaluddin Rakhmat.
Akmal A.
It is a good guide for islamic education. The books provide the idea of framework and the distinction between tarbiyyah and ta'dib
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