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Jafarnia F S, Amin Khandaghi M. (2023). Analytical-critical Look at Formalist Islamic Curriculum. نظریه و عمل. 11(21), : 12
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In this research, one of the views of the Islamic curriculum proposed by Hashim has been described, analyzed and criticized. In the analysis, it was found that she considered the curriculum as a document and system. Her view on religious science is influenced by al-Attas' view. Accordingly, she considers science as a religious one in condition that it is free from Western elements and replaced by Islamic propositions. She seeks to design and develop a curriculum that places particular emphasis on Islamic goals and content. The most important criticisms indicates the neglect and lack of theoretical explanation of philosophical and methodological foundations, reliance on formalist views, Neglecting the curriculum as a field of study, being under the banner of the discourse of existing Western sciences. Hence, the important need of this field today is to go beyond the passive encounter, which is based on the adaptation, refinement and formalistic completion of existing Western knowledge, and to turn to reactive and proactive encounters that seek to provide theoretical formulations. New development of curriculum knowledge boundaries from an Islamic perspective is essential.
Article number: 12
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Received: 2022/05/26 | Revised: 2023/11/17 | Accepted: 2023/06/24 | Published: 2023/09/1

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