By Zaid Ahmad
This can be an analytical exam of Ibn Khaldun's epistemology, concentrated on bankruptcy Six of the Muqaddima. during this bankruptcy, entitled The booklet of Knowledge (Kitab al'Ilm), Ibn Khaldun sketched his basic rules approximately wisdom and technology and its dating with human social organization and the institution of a civilisation.
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E. the general reader and the expert reader. This suggestion 18 I N T R O D U C T O R Y M AT E R I A L S is based on the assumption that the long version is indeed very technical and might not be easy for a general reader to understand. Connection of the introductory materials with the contents of Chapter 6 The next question that concerns us is the significance of the extended introductory remarks in the context of the chapter. Again, on the basis of Rosenthal’s study these introductory remarks are, in any case, a late addition in the composition and textual history of the Muqaddima.
5 This category of science, unlike the philosophical one, is not the product of the human intellect. There is no human interference in regard to the subject. However, human intellect may be used in connection with these sciences, as in relating problems of detail to basic principles, etc. Since the nature of the traditional sciences is to provide only general principles, particulars and details, which continuously occur in human life from time to time, are not always covered in them. It is therefore the duty of believers to interpret and extrapolate the meaning of the scriptural texts.
The ultimate objective in this matter is to be able to differentiate between the right and the wrong. Through this process, a man will be able to distinguish between what is correct and what is incorrect. Plainly speaking, this category of science is no other than the product of human mental ability. Since the description of this category of science as given by the author here is indeed very limited, we will not be able to provide an extensive discussion at this stage. We would expect a more detailed discussion in the future sections that deal directly with this particular subject.
The Epistemology of Ibn Khaldun by Zaid Ahmad