The Great Bait Al-Hikmah: Kontribusi Islam dalam Peradaban Barat

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The Great Bait Al-Hikmah: Kontribusi Islam dalam Peradaban Barat

The Great Bait Al-Hikmah: Kontribusi Islam dalam Peradaban Barat By Jonathan Lyons The Great Bait Al Hikmah Kontribusi Islam dalam Peradaban Barat Islam dianggap memusuhi inovasi Begitulah stereotip pandangan Barat terhadap Islam Pandangan ini muncul beberapa abad lalu seiring propaganda anti Muslim yang disebarkan di bawah panji Perang Salib

  • Title: The Great Bait Al-Hikmah: Kontribusi Islam dalam Peradaban Barat
  • Author: Jonathan Lyons
  • ISBN: 9786027816596
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Great Bait Al-Hikmah: Kontribusi Islam dalam Peradaban Barat By Jonathan Lyons Islam dianggap memusuhi inovasi Begitulah stereotip pandangan Barat terhadap Islam Pandangan ini muncul beberapa abad lalu, seiring propaganda anti Muslim yang disebarkan di bawah panji Perang Salib, yang kemudian menguat di era Renaisans Tujuannya, sengaja untuk meminggirkan peran ilmuwan Muslim.Padahal, sejarah mencatat, mustahil peradaban Barat lahir tanpa kontribusiIslam dianggap memusuhi inovasi Begitulah stereotip pandangan Barat terhadap Islam Pandangan ini muncul beberapa abad lalu, seiring propaganda anti Muslim yang disebarkan di bawah panji Perang Salib, yang kemudian menguat di era Renaisans Tujuannya, sengaja untuk meminggirkan peran ilmuwan Muslim.Padahal, sejarah mencatat, mustahil peradaban Barat lahir tanpa kontribusi para ilmuwan Muslim, seperti Al Khawarizmi, Ibnu Sina, Al Idrisi, dan Ibnu Rusyd Diakui atau tidak, mereka telah berhasil mengubah peradaban Barat yang sebelumnya terbelakang.Penulis buku ini, yang juga koresponden asing untuk Reuters di hampir seluruh negara Muslim, dengan detail dan objektif menunjukkan betapa peradaban Barat berutang kepada ilmuwan Muslim Dengan gaya penulisan naratif, buku ini berhasil mengoreksi secara signifikan pandangan Barat terhadap ilmuwan Muslim, terutama terkait dengan penemuan di bidang sains, teknologi, dan filsafat.
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    1. Michael Snuffin on said:

      Excellent book The subtitle should read How Arabs saved Western Civilization from the ignorance of the Roman Catholic Church I found it an even interesting read in light of the current rise of Islamophobia in the Unites States A little dense in places, but otherwise easy to digest.This book loses a star by cause of the fact that it could have benefited from better supporting material The timeline at the front of the book seemed incomplete, while the list of notable persons needed dates to help [...]

    2. Brett on said:

      Rating 2.5 of 5 starsThe House of Wisdom presents the interesting case that Arab culture essentially birthed Western civilization as we know it There is, however, a problem this book is without doubt one of the most biased histories I have ever read One is almost left with the impression that the author decided to write the book to support his thesis and researched accordingly Most of the examples of Arabic advances are very generalized, especially in the scientific arena When detailed examples [...]

    3. Alan on said:

      In this fascinating book, Jonathan Lyons uncovers a mostly unknown period of our history During the Dark Ages and early medieval period, western Europe sunk into a deep pit of ignorance and intellectual stagnation The scientific and philosophical achievements of the ancient world were forgtten Europeans could not even tell the time or know for certain when Easter would fall Europe was wrenched out of its ignorance, Lyons argues, by contact with the intellectually vibrant Islamic world, starting [...]

    4. Naim AlKalantani on said:

      Dari Ptolemeaus sehinggalah Ibnu Rusyd Kita tahu bahawa keilmuan itu banyak datang dari Timur Tengah, Bait Al Hikmah itu menjanjikan keilmuan yang tidak ternilai pada satu ketika dahulu Tetapi adakah kita tahu sosok tokoh mana dan timeline peristiwa keilmuan tersebut Dan apa yang terjadi ketika ilmu tersebut diangkat

    5. Michelle on said:

      I rarely give up on a book before I ve finished, but this was just a waste of time While Europe was in the Dark Ages, incredible scientific advances were being made in the Middle East It s a pity the modern West isn t aware of its debt, but this is not the book to change that Lyons book emphasizes personalities and salacious details while criticizing Europe for its obsession with the same instead of the development of scientific knowledge, paints a simplified black white picture of backwards Eu [...]

    6. Jonathan Lyons on said:

      I wrote this book so perhaps I am slightly biased in its favor to show the depth and breadth of the Muslim contribution to our idea of Western civilization It was well reviewed and nine foreign language editions are completed or in process, including Spanish, Portuguese, Turkish, Chinese, Dutch, and Arabic.

    7. Robert Delikat on said:

      I read listened to this book at roughly the same time as God Is Not Great In the latter, Christopher Hitchens ruminates about the disparaging influences of all religions including Islam The House of Wisdom does not posit to argue to the contrary as some reviewers would have us believe The book is about, and perhaps sometimes incompletely, the influence of Arab and Muslim not always the same people thought, discovery and invention on the West prior to the Renaissance Such influences included adva [...]

    8. ainunsailah on said:

      Perjuangan membaca buku ini adalah perjuangan yang panjang Haha Saya memaksa diri untuk menghabiskannya kerana membiarkan ia, boleh menjejaskan mood bacaan saya yang lainnya Ini akibat bacaan yang di luar bidang kemahiran kamu Saya syorkan buku ini kepada semua sahabat yang sedang mengambil jurusan Sains dan Teknologi, Astronomi, Seni Bina, Matematik dan Falsafah Mungkin saja mampu memberi semangat ubtuk kalian terus membuat kajian sehingga ke zaman kegemilangan Islam.Dalam buku ini, penulis ber [...]

    9. Christie on said:

      Let me start this review by saying that this is not the kind of book I usually read or would even pick up I read it for a book club, so that may color my perception of the book a bit I did enjoy the book s introduction to the Arabs contributions to science and mathematics during the same time period of Europe s dark ages It was something I had never really encountered in books or my education before and I liked learning about it The religious issues with the study of science were also interestin [...]

    10. Biblio Curious on said:

      I m going to review the desert out of this book puffed disgruntled face

    11. Leanne on said:

      I don t leave a lot of bad reviews here, but this book was really problematic Like many reviewers have said here already, it is terribly biased In fact, by chapter two, I was wondering if he was a religious convert since he was almost coming across irrationally painting history in terms of good guys and bad guys across a thousand years of history Later, I wondered if he wasn t just engaging in some of the worst habits we sometimes see in journalists What I mean is, rather than just tell the stor [...]

    12. Tomi on said:

      Olisin halunnut pit t st enemm n ja varmaan olisinkin, jos Audiblen nikirja olisi ollut parempi Jay Snyderilla on miellytt v ni, mutta robottimainen lukemistapa, jonka takia v lill oli hankalaa tajuta ett loppuiko vai jatkuuko lause Itse sis lt oli kiinnostavaa ja perusteellista, mutta jotenkin ehk olisin toivonut selke mp kerrontaa, ehk v h n tarinallisempaa otetta Tai voi olla ett koska luen niin paljon nopeammin kuin kuuntelen niin kirjan kaaren seuraaminen on hankalampaa En tied.Joka tapauks [...]

    13. Reiza on said:

      Sebuah sejarah yang panjang akan keberagaman berpikir Buku ini berisi detail detail mengenai kontribusi pemikir ilmuwan Islam Yahudi di Peradaban Islam terhadap gairah keilmuan dan teknologi di Eropa pada masa Abad Pertengahan, khususnya pada Abad ke 11 13 M Banyak info info menarik yang bisa didapatkan terkait dengan dunia astronomi, filsafat, sosial dan ekonomi dari pemaparan seorang Jonathan Lyons, seorang peneliti di Global Terrorism Research Center yang sudah lama menjadi koresponden Reuter [...]

    14. Baron Moose on said:

      I read this book as part of an 8th 15th century class that focused on Western Interactions with the Islamic world I had my suspicions about the qualifications of the Professor when he gave down rather inaccurate summary of the secret to Alexander the Great and lauded Alexander as being humble and knowing when his Empire was too big to continue.Imagine my surprise, then, when we were required to read Jonathan Lyons brutally biased history of Arabic contributions to the West.Lyons acts as though t [...]

    15. Steven on said:

      I had inklings of a lot of what this book covered, but it s a good overview of the ways in which the West absorbed scientific and philosophical thinking from the great Arab thinkers of the middle ages Lyons makes the excellent point that while some still think of the Arabs as merely recorders, maintainers and passers on of earlier Greek thought, in actuality Muslim scientists and philosophers made great advances in science and philosophy while Europe struggled through it s dark ages When the Wes [...]

    16. Omar Essawi on said:

      Excellent The story of the plethora of Arab scientists at the house of wisdom in Baghdad during the Middle Ages, and how it evolved under Abbasid rule This book tells the story of the enlightened Arab world, who not only translated the great works of the Greeks such as Aristotle, Ptolemy and Euclid, but built on this knowledge in the fields of astronomy, medicine, pharmacology, mathematics and optics to mention a few How they incorporated great Hindu knowledge, and inherited paper making techniq [...]

    17. Teresa on said:

      Riveting I love the way the author takes this subject and transforms it into an engaging story of how the past interactions between Muslims and Christians is just as important, if not so now, than when it began Lyons shows the continuation of the past with the conflicts and problems of today This is the first book that truly puts Western thoughts and misconceptions about the Muslim East into perspective and states why we are still having conflicts between the Christians and Muslims The end wher [...]

    18. Mbanhawy on said:

      Having read similar books about the contributions of Arab Islamic civilization, I have to say that this is a worthy addition not only for the passion of the writer but through his attempts to actually chart the touch points in history where the transfer of knowledge and wisdom occurred whether through England, Spain or Italy This contrasts with other general accounts that have elaborated the contributions without actively addressing the mechanics for this transfer of knowledge.

    19. Karen on said:

      Not so much read as listened to, it s not bad but it never really held my attention The House of Wisdom How Arabic Science Saved Ancient Knowledge and Gave Us the Renaissance by Jim Al Khalili is a much better book.

    20. Nura Yusof on said:

      Very in depth research went into the book Made it at times, difficult to follow But it did answer the question of how Middle Eastern knowledge got transfered to the West.However, while it did answer that question, another one comes up What happened after that It looked as if the Arabs just gave up their scientific and philosophical preeminence What happened to have caused that

    21. Edoardo Albert on said:

      Poor Lyons treatment of the Arabic and Islamic contribution to the development of science is adequate but he is woefully inaccurate about Dark Age Europe.

    22. Muikku on said:

      Tiesin jo jonkun verran aiheesta, mutta paljon uutta tietoa t ss tuli kuten, ett Fibonaccin luvut perustuvat matemaattiseen ratkaisuun kanien lis ntymisest.

    23. Julius Lehtinen on said:

      Breaking the myth of Renaissance origins being directly directly derivative from Classical Athens, Jonathan Lyons convincingly traces in his House of Wisdom how the intellectual heritage was enthusiastically embraced, rigorously studied and magnificently developed by Muslims in the Arab world At the time when the Christendom in Europe turned a blind eye for Athenian metaphysics, logic, astrology, cartography and mathematics, their neighbours in the Islamic world prospered while developing and en [...]

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