Islamic Worldview as a Base for Alternative Epistemology Law Studies in Indonesia
Keywords:Worldview, Islamization, Law.
This study examines the Western worldview regarding its influence on Indonesian law and the urgency of using the Islamic worldview in understanding Indonesian law. This research is research using library materials. The data is then analyzed using qualitative methods. The results show that, first, the western worldview, which is based on Secularism and liberalism, essentially separates science from spiritual-moral values developed in Indonesia. This colonial legacy comes with a way of life. That. Second, Islam is a value system inherent in the majority of the Indonesian population, so of course, it is necessary to review the laws that have developed in Indonesia by the worldview inherent in the Indonesian people, not the western worldview which is unwittingly imposed in the science of law in Indonesia. Indonesia, which has the ideology of Pancasila, has spiritual values based on religious matters. Islam is a value system inherent in most Indonesian populations, so it is necessary to re-examine the laws that develop in Indonesia by the worldview inherent in the Indonesian people, not the western worldview, which is unwittingly imposed in the Indonesian society science of law in Indonesia. Islamic worldview can be an alternative basis for the epistemology of legal science.
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