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Title: المنهج الاستقرائي عند ابن خلدون وأثره في اكتشاف علم العمران وتطوير علم الاجتماع
Transliterated Titles: al-Minhaj al-istiqra'i 'inda Ibn Khaldun wa-atharihi fi iktishaf 'ilm al-'umran wa-tatwir 'ilm al-ijtima'
Authors: رمجاهي، عبداللطيف أحمدي
Ramchahi, 'Abdullatif Ahmadi
Year: 2011
Publisher: Gombak, Selangor : Kulliyat Ma'arif al-Wahy wa-al-'Ulum al-Insaniyah, al-Jami'ah al-Islamiyah al-'Alamiyah Maliziya, 2011
Abstract in English: This research aims to study "Ibn Khaldun’s Inductive Method and its Contribution to the Discovery of the Science of Civilization and Development of Sociology". This is performed by discussing the fundamental concepts of Inductive method with reference to its definition, origins and historical developments, objectives, types, characteristics, foundations, and status among important academic methodologies. The researcher then focuses on Inductive Method in Ibn Khaldun's view point. He indicates Ibn Khaldun's inductive life and discusses his views on the foundations and ingredients of the Inductive Method. Then he explains the role of Ibn Khaldun's Inductive Method in discovering the Science of Civilization and developing the Sociology, especially its role and effect on his theories including the theories of science, philosophy, the philosophy of history, human civilization, national spirit, economy, and state. Finally, the researcher compares and contrasts Ibn Khaldun's studies on the science of civilization and Auguste Comte's studies on Sociology. This research approaches these issues using the methods of descriptive analysis as well as induction.
Kullliyah: Kulliyyah of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences
Programme: Doctor Philosophy of Usul al-Din and Comparative Religion
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