KOMPETENSI RASIO DALAM EPISTEMOLOGI HUKUM ISLAM (Studi terhadap Pemikiran Ibn Hazm 994-1064 M)

Khairuddin Khairuddin


When Andalucia was as center of Umayyad Dynasty in Europe, school of Malik ibn Anas became the formal school of state, and at the time, Ibn Hazm opposed such state school legalization and called to refer to the Qur'an and Sunnah. The commitment of Ibn Hazm to return religious problem, especially Islamic law, to text of the Qur'an and Sunnah and also because of his relation with Abu Daud al-Asfahani made his school be known as school of literalism. The rational dimension in Islamic law epistemology of Ibn Hazm can be met in deconstructive and reconstructive aspect of his criticism discourse toward epistemology of all existing schools at that time. Thus, it can be known that Ibn Hazm literalism is based on critical dimension and not on textual literalism. The most striking rational aspect in the Islamic law epistemology of Ibn Hazm can be seen in the concept of argument (al-dalil).


Epistemology, Islamic Law, Reconstruction

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24014/af.v3i2.3743


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