Forms of Knowledge Integration in The Perspective of Wahdatul Ulum

Subhani Subhani


This research examines various forms of knowledge integration from the perspective of Wahdatul Ulum. Wahdatul Ulum is a philosophical view that emphasizes the unity and close relationship between various branches of knowledge. This study discusses the fundamental concepts of Wahdatul Ulum, such as knowledge integration, scientific synthesis, and interdisciplinary connections. Furthermore, this research also analyzes the practical applications of these concepts in various disciplines, including religion, science, philosophy, and the humanities. The research methodology employed involves literature review and analysis of the thoughts of scholars and intellectuals who have developed the concept of Wahdatul Ulum. The findings of this research depict diverse ways in which knowledge integration can be applied within the context of Wahdatul Ulum, ranging from multidisciplinary approaches to frameworks that unify various aspects of knowledge. This research provides valuable insights into how the perspective of Wahdatul Ulum can inspire and enrich our understanding of knowledge integration. The implications of this research are that knowledge integration from the perspective of Wahdatul Ulum can aid in solving complex problems and promote a more holistic understanding of the world and knowledge. Therefore, this research holds significant relevance in the context of advancing science and interdisciplinary thinking.

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