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Teosofi: Jurnal Tasawuf dan Pemikiran Islam
ISSN : 20887957     EISSN : 2442871X     DOI : 10.15642/teosofi
Core Subject : Religion, Social,
Teosofi: Jurnal Tasawuf dan Pemikiran Islam (ISSN 2088-7957, E-ISSN 2442-871X) diterbitkan oleh Program Studi Filsafat Agama Fakultas Ushuluddin dan Filsafat Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Ampel Surabaya pada bulan Juni 2011. Jurnal ini terakreditasi pada 3 Juli 2014 sesuai Keputusan Menteri Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan Republik Indonesia Nomor 212/P/2014. Jurnal yang terbit bulan Juni dan Desember ini, berisi kajian seputar tasawuf, pemikiran Islam, tafsir sufi, hadis sufi, maupun fiqh sufi.
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Hādī al-‘Alawī and the Heterodoxy of Communo-Sufism Riyadi, Abdul Kadir
TEOSOFI: Jurnal Tasawuf dan Pemikiran Islam Vol. 10 No. 1 (2020): June
Publisher : Aqidah and Islamic Philosophy Study Program, Faculty of Ushuluddin and Philosophy, Sunan Ampel State Islamic University Surabaya.

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Sufism is time and again being associated with heresy as a result—among others—of a controversial thought by a man called Hadi al-‘Alawī with whom this paper is concerned. Using the concept of heterodoxy, this paper attempts to access the matrix of tensions and representations inherent within his so-called Communo-Sufism. It shows that as a communist, the first phase of his life, he looks at traditional Islam as a feudalized form of religion. It is a kind of natural betrayal to the genuine religiosity and spirituality represented by what he calls the “Jahili Islam”. In his view, the Jahili Islam is authentic and that Muhammad’s version of it is a sheer distortion of true Islam. The paper also tries to show that as a communist-sufi, the second phase of his life, he came up with a distinction between the “dead Islam” and the “living Islam”. The former is represented by traditionally Muslim faithful who adhere to Muhammad’s version of Islam. The latter, in the meantime, is the continuation of the Jahili-Islam. In al-‘Alawī’s discourse, Islam can only live on if it is based on the Jahili-Islam socially and legally. Theologically, Islam must be based on the Judeo-Christian traditions; philosophically on the Persian and Byzantine episteme; ideologically on Communism; and spiritually on Sufism. Vibrant as it may seem at the surface, his premises are nonetheless anarchistic and are an anti-thesis to the existing paradigmatic form of Islam.
The Voice of the Ulema and Dilemma of the Indonesian Ulema Council’s Fatwa among Low Literate Society Alnizar, Fariz; Munjid, Achmad
TEOSOFI: Jurnal Tasawuf dan Pemikiran Islam Vol. 10 No. 1 (2020): June
Publisher : Aqidah and Islamic Philosophy Study Program, Faculty of Ushuluddin and Philosophy, Sunan Ampel State Islamic University Surabaya.

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Some Islamic movements in Indonesia make the fatwas issued by the MUI as a reference for their actions. They recently found their momentum after the defence movements called 411 and 212. The proponents of the movements called themselves as Gerakan Nasional Pengawal Fatwa Majelis Ulama Indonesia (GNPF-MUI/The National Movement of Guardian of Fatwa of the Indonesian Ulema Council). Employing a qualitative approach coupled with historical-causal paradigm this article examines the main question: Do the proponents of these movements substantially understand the fatwas they defend? The results of the research show that the fatwas have a dilemmatic position. On the one hand, there have been movements which insist on making the fatwas as “sacred opinion” that must be protected and guarded. On the other hand, people do not substantially comprehend the fatwas they defend. This problem has been caused, among others, by the cultural basis of the Indonesian society which put more preference on orality than literality or, explicitly, written tradition.
Dialectic and Intersection of Sufism and Kalam in the 1st And 2nd Century of Hijri Izza, Yogi Prana
TEOSOFI: Jurnal Tasawuf dan Pemikiran Islam Vol. 10 No. 1 (2020): June
Publisher : Aqidah and Islamic Philosophy Study Program, Faculty of Ushuluddin and Philosophy, Sunan Ampel State Islamic University Surabaya.

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/teosofi.2020.10.1.52-80

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This article seeks to examine the dialectic of Sufism orientation and Kalam with special focus on the intersection between these two realms during the 1st and 2nd century of Hijri. This study puts emphasis on three aspects, are: the background and chronology of the intersection, the issues arose in it, and the characteristics of this intersection. The study reveals that political and sociological along with intellectual and academic factors, became the background of the intersection between Sufism and Kalam in the 1st and 2nd century of Hijri. The main issues developed in this intersection dealt mainly with faith (īmān), infidelity (kufr), the problems of human deeds (af‘āl al-‘ibād), and the relationship of the essence (dhāt) and the divine attributes (ṣifāt) of Allah. There have been three characteristics of the intersection that can be mapped. Firstly, the interrelation of doctrine and political attitudes. This means that there is a strong correlation, even integration, between the doctrine of a sect (firqah) and political attitudes. Secondly, thematic theological interconnection. This means that there are common issues that are discussed in matters of theology. Thirdly, rational debate based on rational approaches. This means that the conflict of thoughts occurred, is essentially a dialogue because it is not on a different study line, but in the same area using a rational approach.
Power-knowledge Relations of The Elder and The Younger Madurese Muslim Scholars in Propagating Islamism in Madura: A Counter-narrative A'la, Abd; Mukarrom, Ahwan
TEOSOFI: Jurnal Tasawuf dan Pemikiran Islam Vol. 10 No. 1 (2020): June
Publisher : Aqidah and Islamic Philosophy Study Program, Faculty of Ushuluddin and Philosophy, Sunan Ampel State Islamic University Surabaya.

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/teosofi.2020.10.1.81-109

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This article examines the relationship of religion-politics and knowledge developed by the Kiai Tua and the Kiai Muda in Madura. The Kiai Tua, represented by Aliansi Ulama Madura (AUMA/The Alliance of Madurese Ulema), and the Kiai Muda, represented by Forum Kiai Muda (FKM/The Forum of Young Ulema), have actively propagated the idea of Islamism in Madura. Employing Foucault’s theory of power relations this article finds that the relation of power and knowledge, which has been constructed by the AUMA, the FKM, and their organizational networks, seems to put Madura in a risk as this idea will bring about the intolerant and exclusive view. Their religious understanding and publicity have a militant and robust desire to make their ideological narratives, mainly the ideology of Islamic revival along with the aspiration to establish a global Islamic leadership system, come into existence. This resistant attitude subsequently makes this ideology goes into extreme, radical and intolerant movement. For this reason, several moderate groups such as Pengurus Cabang Nahdlatul Ulama (PCNU) Pamekasan along with its autonomous bodies have actively voiced moderate and peaceful religious narratives as a counterbalance against intolerant and exclusive religious narratives proclaimed by two aforementioned Islamist groups.

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