Indonesian Movements for the Creation of a 'National Madhhab'

in Islamic Law and Society
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Abstract

During the middle decades of the twentieth century, Indonesian Muslim scholars participated in a movement for the creation of a new "national madhhab." These unprecedented developments took place within contexts of modernity in which the epistemological structures of traditional Islamic jurisprudence, as known and practiced in Indonesia, were faced with challenges by both "Western" and Islamic reformist thought. This essay presents an overview of these developments that highlights their significance for comparative studies of modern Muslim jurisprudence, with particular reference to the works of Hasbi Ash Shiddieqy and Hazairin.

Indonesian Movements for the Creation of a 'National Madhhab'

in Islamic Law and Society

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