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ERIC Number: EJ1180633
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2018-Jun
Pages: 17
Abstractor: As Provided
ISSN: ISSN-2310-0869
Iqbal's Inferences from the Qur'an: Educational Objectives for Developing an Individual for Serving Millat
Ali, Muhammad Abid; Hussien, Suhailah
Journal of Education and Educational Development, v5 n1 p139-155 Jun 2018
This is the second part of my article published in "JoEED," Vol.4, Issue 2, on Iqbal's educational aims and objectives. In the first part the thrust was on the development of an individual self as a Muslim and the second part caters for Iqbal's recommendations on how this individual can be developed as an effective instrument for serving the Islamic society and the Ummah. As mentioned in the first part, Pakistan lacks an education system to match the ideological needs of a Muslim society. The need to revive the grand narrative of the golden age of the Islamic world is currently being felt with great intensity. Iqbal being the ideologue of Pakistan has given us sufficient guidelines to draw our education system on the precepts of Islam. While Iqbal's Persian anthology Asrar-i-Khudi narrates on how to develop an Islamic individual, his second anthology Ramuz-i-Bikhudi deals with how to develop this individual self as an effective member of the Islamic society. In this research qualitative content analysis of Ramuz-i- Bikhudi was carried out under the supervision of a celebrated expert on Iqbal and educational aims, objectives were derived for this purpose. It is sufficient to note that at the end of this anthology, Iqbal vows that his recommendations comply completely with the teachings of the holy Qur'an. The end objective of Iqbal was to prepare an individual who is an effective human being. [To view Part I of the series, "Iqbal's Inferences from the Qur'an: Objectives of Education for Developing the Individual Self," see EJ1161484.]
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Language: English
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