Wijaya, Manggara Bagus Satriya
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Konstruksi Pembelajaran Sejarah Islam Berbasis Teks Kajen dan Serat Cebolek dengan Pendekatan Ways of Knowing Wijaya, Manggara Bagus Satriya; Joebagio, Hermanu; Sariyatun, Sariyatun
JUSPI (Jurnal Sejarah Peradaban Islam) Vol 2, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : UIN Sumatera Utara Medan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (375.993 KB) | DOI: 10.30829/j.v2i2.1676

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Learning History in the Curriculum as a whole emphasizes the importance of collective memory so that inhibits the growth of critical reasoning in the Student. This review covers an alternative approach in teaching history subjects applied in senior high school. The use of the concept of critical questions and emancipatory models of "ways of knowing" by Juergen Habermas is a strategy taken by teachers in teaching history lessons that can arouse the critical awareness of student. In-depth research is done by qualitative method to know the activity of teachers and learners thoroughly at the time of learning about the history of Shaykh Ahmad Mutamakkin and the settlement of his case stipulated in the Kajen manuscript and Cebolek manuscript as enrichment of the material history Mataram Islamic Kingdom. The results showed that during the learning prose took place the teacher has succeeded in creating the creation of the process of emancipation in the students themselves. Such emancipation enables an increase in the interest of learners to create their own knowledge on the material discussed in a historical perspectiveKata kunci: local wisdom in history, critical pedagogy in teaching history, emancpatory reserach
PEMIKIRAN NEO-SUFISME SYAIKH AHMAD AL-MUTAMAKKIN Wijaya, Manggara Bagus Satriya; Sariyatun, Sariyatun
Jurnal THEOLOGIA Vol 29, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Fakulta Ushuluddin dan Humaniora Universitas Islam Negeri Walisongo Semarang, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21580/teo.2018.29.2.2863

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This article intends to reveal Syaikh Ahmad al-Mutamakkin's neo-Sufism thoughts and his role in campaigning for the renewal of Islamic thought and changes in the social order of people's lives in Java in the 18th century. The discussion will focus on the domain of epistemological conflicts that legitimize al-Mutamakkin as a controversial contemporary Sufi. Historical exploration and appreciation will be more emphasized to fully look for facts about the teachings developed by al-Mutamakkin. This research is historical research using a herme­neutic approach to study and trace the artifacts of al-Mutamakkin's thoughts. This study found that al-Mutamakkin was a reformist figure who played an active role in upholding Islamic teachings as a universal religion and eternal through an eclectic and conformist approach to the existence of local wisdom values (local wisdom). As a reformist figure who carried the breath of renewal of the teachings of Sufism (neo-Sufism), al-Mutamakkin strongly criticized the teachings of Sufism developed by the Mataram elite. The king-Sufi political conception commonly adopted by the court elite in the 18th century in al-Mutamakkin's perspective was a form of betrayal of the teachings of Sufism. Therefore, in his perspective, the teachings of Sufism must be improved and adjusted to the proper khittah, namely as an instrument of self-formation and development of perfect human beings (insān kāmil) which is adjusted and guided by Allah's revelation and the Prophet's Sunnah.