HERMENEUTIKA AL-QURâ€™AN FAZLUR RAHMAN METODE TAFSIR DOUBLE MOVEMENT
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AbstractThis paper will describe the method of assessment of Al-Quran usingDouble Movement Interpretation. A new approach that emphasizes on awarenessof the text, context, and contextualization. The historical characteristic of Al-Qur'an led to the emergence of the idea and theory of hermeneutic (method ofinterpretation). This theory became work-effort which is so urgent to bedeveloped in understanding the meaning of Al-Qur'an as a whole. It is hoped thatthe theological and legal ethics parts can be placed in a whole (total) coherent.Fazlur Rahman criticized that the classical interpretation methods tend touse the approach in interpreting Al-Qur'an separately, resulting the emergences ofnew problems. The interpreters have implemented the appropriate interpretationof the verse-by-verse chronology in the codex, although sometimes they also referto other verses.Fazlurrahman assumed that the relationship pattern or model of therevelation built between Al-Qur'an (The Text), God (Allah) is the author, andMuhammad ( The Reader and The Author). The assumptions that Muhammad isthe receiver and speaker asserted that Muhammad participated in psychology,both in mental and intellectual in acceptance that revelation
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Sumantri, R. A. (2015). HERMENEUTIKA AL-QURâ€™AN FAZLUR RAHMAN METODE TAFSIR DOUBLE MOVEMENT. KOMUNIKA: Jurnal Dakwah Dan Komunikasi, 7(1). https://doi.org/10.24090/komunika.v7i1.364
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