دﻣﺣﻣ دﺑﻋ. THE MUQADDIMAH. Abd Ar Rahman bin Muhammed ibn Khaldun. Translated by. Franz Rosenthal. Table of Contents. IBN KHALDUN. MUQADDIMAH. INVOCATION. IN THE NAME 'Abd-ar -Rahman b. Muhammad b. Khaldun al-Hadrami-God give him success!-says: 1. Search for the book of al-Muqaddimah Ibn Khaldun intends to seek and drank Translation of Rosenthal consists of Ibn Khaldun has a full name waliy ad-Din .. Epistemologi Sejarah Kritis Ibnu Khaldun the nature of cultural situation
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IBN KHALDUN MUQADDIMAH The Excellence of Medieval Muslim Historiography Ibn Khaldun's A selection from the Prolegomena of Ibn Khaldun . The Muqaddimah, also known as the Muqaddimah of Ibn Khaldun (Arabic: مقدّمة ابن خلدون) or (PDF), Laffer Associates (November 11, ), retrieved ; ^ Walser, Ray. "The Laffer Curve: Past, Present, and Future". aracer.mobi Download as DOC, PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd Khaldun Judul Buku: مقدمة ابن خلدون Penerjemah: Matsuri Irham menerangkam hal ihwal sosiologi. namun yang membuat nama Ibnu Khaldun harum melalui kitab Muqaddimah.
First, Arabic language consists of: For that, he Nahwu, shorof, balaghoh, khitabah and literature. Third, peaceful life, far from political hypocrisy. He began to turn his life astronomy, music, and history. Fourth, state science journey of a political adventurer to develop consisting of: In that year he was arrested him to accompany crushing the vandals. He and imprisoned. He is saturated with In the same year, after Sultan dies and power bustle of politics. He then moved to Egypt.
Scholar minister Al-Hasan, Ibn Khaldun joined with Al- scientist is already familiar, because the works Mansur and was appointed as his secretary. Retrieved Maret 31, , on 7. Pustaka , The first book, Kitab Muqaddimah, died on March 17, at the age of 76 years. The An interesting and bizarre in the history second book consists of four volumes, namely: He is Ibn Khaldun. Weirdness was contemporary country with them, such as Syrian, increasingly felt, because of al-Muqaddimah, he Persians, Jews Israel , Greek, Roman, Turkish glorified in the intellectual history world.
Al- and Franks Europeans. Then, the third book Muqaddimah, in turn, becomes a monumental consists of two volumes, namely: The results of his works are well- contains several chapters about Ibn Khaldun life. Long introductory book is the core interconnected with each other. The central theme of al- A. State Origin Daulah Muqaddimah are social phenomena and history. This book became known Moderate to meet minimal food in one day 27 Ibid.
Pustaka Pirdaus, , As an example, a grain of community himself, one whose influence on wheat to be a piece of bread requires a long society members, it has the authority and power process.
Thus, there burned before it is ready to eat. For all it is also will be no society who attacked other community. Likewise wheat, it is not necessarily exist, control is then increased.
Supported by a sense but it takes a farmer. This is because when Allah kingdom mulk. Even, many animals have more B. Sociological Society: Bedouin civilization, power than human.
Therefore, Allah swt gave described in previous discussion, Ibn Khaldun everyone part of special body to defend him. However, tribalism, nationalism, or social sentiments. Society needs someone who a civilized society. They are accustomed to an aggressive and unfair character, so by mind living in luxury and more debauched.
Their souls and hands are given by God did not allow it to have been contaminated by various kinds of defend himself from attack another human being, reprehensible morals.
While people Badawah, because every human being has a mind and hands although have same problems in the world, but it as well. Therefore, they need something to counter is still in limits necessity, not in luxury, lust and act the aggressive nature of man to the other.
Bedouins who live simpler than those it is said that the wild tribes bolder than other. It is caused, according to has been filled with violence and indifference Ibn Khaldun, the power possessed by the courage individualist attitudes. Therefore, according to and hardness. If one of these parties is greater Ibn Khaldun, the majority of people who live in accustomed to living in desert and more wild, he the desert are those who prefer spirituality and would be easier to have power than other groups.
Bedouin is bolder than city dwellers. They dissolve in and Berbers in which undergoing difficult life in pleasure and luxury hedonic. They entrust desert. The purpose of solidarity, according to Ibn themselves and property security affairs to the Khaldun, is sovereign.
While the Bedou in live isolate from society. Indeed social solidarity gain never gain control of the army. For that, they sovereignty over its class, according to Ibn themselves defend themselves and do not ask for Khaldun, he would seek solidarity with other help to others.
If social To survive, Ibn Khaldun says rural solidarity is equivalent, more Ibn Khaldun, people communities must have sentiment group who are under it would be comparable. Thus, if a state was old, ingrained than general solidarity. Therefore, then it needs others solidarity. In such situation, according to Ibn Khaldun, the lead can only be the state will take the strong social solidarity carried out with power.
Social solidarity which is followers to sovereignty and serve as a tool to owned by the leader must be stronger than the support a country. That is what Ibn Khaldun said other. Thus, he will gain power and can lead which occurred on the Turkish people who go to people to perfection. Social solidarity becomes a the sovereignty of Bani Abbas.
The havea social solidarity on every individual. If greater luxury and pleasure, they will be closer to solidarity of each individual recognize benefits destruction, it is not to obtain sovereignty. Luxury of leader social solidarity, it consequence must has destroyed and eliminated social solidarity.
If follow and obedient to the leader. Wild Nations a country is destroyed, then it will be replaced by are more capable power than other. Desert life is a courage source. One is not an exaggeration when 43 Ibid. To control According to Ibn Khaldun, if a nation was wild, of a country, maintain order and protect the then sovereignty will be very broad.
Because that country from enemy threats both from outside and nation is better to gain power and hold full control from inside, a king needs support and loyalty from in the conquest of other groups. Government is based on Khaldun, equal divinity makes them managed to religion, according to Ibn Khaldun, it called establish Dynasty.
Because according to him, Arab Khalifah, Imamah, or sulthanah. According to Ibn Khaldun a dynasty, because of their nature.
Because of Imamat institution is mandatory based on religion brought by Prophet they can eventually religious law as evidenced by constituted Abu be united and controlled.
But there is also an opinion, Khaldun further, that religious motivation only is Imamah is mandatory because mind sees human not enough, so it is still needed group solidarity need a social organization. However, it still needs other Khalifah, Imam, or Sulthan, namely: Secondly, have fair character. Third, Homogeneity said Ibn Khaldun was also have ability. Fourth, healthy senses and body. It is rarely a Fifth, descendants of Quraysh. Based on the dynasty can stand in areas with various tribes.
So it is likely to descendant of Qurais. He argues that Qurais is form a great dynasty is difficult. According to Ibn famous leader, original, and performing of Bani Khaldun, it is only with Homogenates will cause Mudar. They have much numbers, strong strong solidarity to create a great dynasty.
One that is not so surprising, according to Ibn Khaldun, if the Islamic leadership entrusted to them. Arabs also recognize the reality 47 Ibid. Third, government based on religion excellence of Qurais. If the leadership is held by siyasa diniyyah ,61 namely government is bring another tribe, it would happen insubordination and society in accordance with the guidance of destruction. Actually, the Prophet Muhammad religion, both temporally and eternity.
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Muqaddimah Ibnu Khaldun yang telah diterjemahkan ke dalam bahasa Indonesia, buku - buku yang relevan dengan tema penelitian, jurnal ilmiah. The last stage of plants, such as palms and vines, is connected with the first stage of animals, such as snails and shellfish which have only the power of touch. The word 'connection' with regard to these created things means that the last stage of each group is fully prepared to become the first stage of the newest group.
The animal world then widens, its species become numerous, and, in a gradual process of creation, it finally leads to man, who is able to think and reflect. The higher stage of man is reached from the world of monkeys, in which both sagacity and perception are found, but which has not reached the stage of actual reflection and thinking.
At this point we come to the first stage of man. This is as far as our physical observation extends. The Muqaddimah also states in Chapter 6: We explained there that the whole of existence in all its simple and composite worlds is arranged in a natural order of ascent and descent, so that everything constitutes an uninterrupted continuum.
The essences at the end of each particular stage of the worlds are by nature prepared to be transformed into the essence adjacent to them, either above or below them. This is the case with the simple material elements; it is the case with palms and vines, which constitute the last stage of plants, in their relation to snails and shellfish, which constitute the lowest stage of animals.
It is also the case with monkeys, creatures combining in themselves cleverness and perception, in their relation to man, the being who has the ability to think and to reflect. The preparedness for transformation that exists on either side, at each stage of the worlds, is meant when we speak about their connection.
Therefore, the sages rarely turned to them. Animals are the last and final stage of the three permutations. Minerals turn into plants, and plants into animals, but animals cannot turn into anything finer than themselves.
Ibn Khaldun was also an adherent of environmental determinism. He believed that the black skin , practices, and customs of the people of sub-Saharan Africa were due to the region's hot climate, a theory that according to Rosenthal may have been influenced by the Greek geographical ideas expounded by Ptolemy's Tetrabiblos.
The Muqaddimah discusses the history of alchemy, the views of alchemists such as Jabir ibn Hayyan , and the theories of the transmutation of metals and elixir of life.
One chapter of the book contains a systematic refutation of alchemy on social,  scientific, philosophical and religious grounds. He argues that some alchemists resort to fraud , either openly by applying a thin layer of gold on top of silver jewelry, or by secretly using an artificial procedure of covering whitened copper with sublimated mercury. Ibn Khaldun states that most alchemists are honest and believe that the transmutation of metals is possible, but he argues that transmutation is an implausible theory since there has been no successful attempt to date.
He ends his arguments with a restatement of his position: "Alchemy can only be achieved through psychic influences bi-ta'thirat al-nufus. Extraordinary things are either miracles or witchcraft They are unbounded; nobody can claim to acquire them.
Yet he argues that men and tribes need to defend themselves from potential attacks, and thus political communities are formed. The second most perfect state, Ibn Khaldun argues, is one based on justice and consideration for public welfare in this life, but not based on religious law and so not beneficial to one's afterlife. Ibn Khaldun calls this state blameworthy. Yet the worst type of state, according to Ibn Khaldun, is a tyranny wherein government usurps property rights and rules with injustice against the rights of men.
He argues that if that is not possible for a ruler to be both loved and feared, then it is better to be loved, because fear creates many negative effects in the state's population.
Ibn Khaldun writes that civilizations have lifespans like individuals, and that every state will eventually fall because sedentary luxuries distract them, and eventually government begins to overtax citizens and begin injustice against property rights, and "injustice ruins civilization".
Eventually after one dynasty or royal authority falls, it is replaced by another, in a continuous cycle. The British philosopher-anthropologist Ernest Gellner considered Ibn Khaldun's definition of government , "an institution which prevents injustice other than such as it commits itself", the best in the history of political philosophy.
However, he was aware that much knowledge of the past had been lost, and thus he was open to the possibility that someone might have anticipated him but that their work had not survived: Perhaps they have written exhaustively on this topic, and their work did not reach us. There are many sciences. There have been numerous sages among the nations of mankind.
The knowledge that has not come down to us is larger than the knowledge that has. Where are the sciences of the Chaladaeans , the Syrians and the Babylonians , and the scholarly products and results that were theirs? Where are the sciences of the Copts , their predecessors? The sciences of only one nation, the Greeks , have come down to us, because they were translated through Al-Ma'mun 's efforts.
He was successful in this direction because he had many translators at his disposal and spent much money in this connection. He never refers to that final group as being Arabs, and instead refers to them by their ethnicity or places of origin i. They pillage everything that they can take without fighting or taking risks, then flee to their refuge in the wilderness, and do not stand and do battle unless in self-defense. So when they encounter any difficulty or obstacle, they leave it alone and look for easier prey.
And tribes well-fortified against them on the slopes of the hills escape their corruption and destruction, because they prefer not to climb hills, nor expend effort, nor take risks. This happened to the Arabs at the beginning of Islam during the Muslim conquests. The armies of the Muslims at al-Qadisiyah and at the Yarmuk numbered some 30, in each case, while the Persian troops at al-Qadisiyah numbered ,, and the troops of Heraclius , according to al-Waqidi , , Neither of the two parties was able to withstand the Arabs, who routed them and seized what they possessed.
According to the scholar Abdelmajid Hannoum, Ibn Khaldun's descriptions of the distinctions between Berbers and Arabs were meant to refer only to specific eras, and were misinterpreted by the translator William McGuckin de Slane as a more general "racial ideology that sets Arabs and Berbers apart and in opposition".
All of them were of non-Arab Persian descent