The Death of Theology: The Complexity of the New Islamic Theology (Al-Kalam Al-Jadid) in Philosophy of Moral (Kematian Teologi: Kompleksitas Teologi Islam Baru dalam Dimensi Etika)
[The Death of Theology: The Complexity of the New Islamic Theology (Al-Kalam Al-Jadid) in Philosophy of Moral]
AbstractIn the contemporary era, issues that emerged in ethics is not just simply a matter of quality of one's behavior toward other people directly, but also new issues like bioethics, nuclear, technology in general, environmental crisis, etc. This paper is to discuss new issues that emerge in contemporary debates in ethics and see how the new Islamic Theology (Kalam al-Jadid) highlighted it. The conclusion of this paper is the New Islamic Theology can not embrace the new problems that emerged in ethics and also failed to adapt the complexity system in ethics. This happens due to evolutionary ethics does not happen in ethics dimension of the theology.
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Date of creation: 10 May 2009
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cultural evolution; evolutionary ethics; New Islamic Theology (al-Kalam al-Jadid); complexity; emergence; meme; complex adaptive systems;
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