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Title: Fillal Piety In Islam And Confucianism [ Acomparative Study Between Ahad And The Analects]
Other Titles: Filial Piety In Islam And Confucianism [ A Comparative Study Between Ahadith And The Analects ]
Authors: M. Ikhsan Tanggok
Keywords: Filial Piety;Perbandingan antar Al-Quran dan ANALECTS
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: AtlantisPress
Abstract: This paper concerns the issue of respect for one’s parents in the context of Islamic and Confucian teachings. It is a comparative study between the teachings of these two traditions about this topic. In Islam, the concept of respect for one’s parents is derived from the Quran and the ahadith of the Prophet Muhammad [S.A.W]. In Confucianism, the basis of the notion of respect for one’s parents is taken from the Analects [Lunyu]. The Quran emphasizes the importance of honoring one’s parents, while the ahadith of the Prophet Muhammad stress the importance of respecting one’s mother to a greater degree than one’s father. The message of the Lunyu resembles that of the Quran in focusing on respect for both parents and not only for one’s mother. Confucianism is one of the official religions in Indonesia in addition to the other five [Islam, Catholicism, Christianity, Hinduism, and Buddhism].
metadata.dc.description.uri: Filial Piety, Islam, Confucianism, Ahadith, Analects.
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