Form Analysis Sebagai Metode Kritik Matan: Menakar Keakuratan Pemikiran Robert Marston Speight (1924-2011)

Muna, Arif Chasanul (2021) Form Analysis Sebagai Metode Kritik Matan: Menakar Keakuratan Pemikiran Robert Marston Speight (1924-2011). AL QUDS : Jurnal Studi Alquran dan Hadis, 5 (1). pp. 29-50. ISSN 2580-3190

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Together with sanad, matn is the main component in a hadith. Among the important discussions regarding matn is the existence of several matn which have different editorials while informing one incident. This problem is usually called the problem of matn with various versions (ta'addud al-riwāyāt; variant version). In the West, this problem has received the attention of many academics, among them Robert Marston Speight. He offers a form analysis method for studying and researching the problem of matn with various versions. This paper systematically describes how the Speight analysis method is, and how its position is in the study of hadith in the West. Critical analysis of the Speight method was also carried out by comparing it with the views of other academics and also the views of muhaddiṡūn. This paper uses a qualitative method in the form of a research library with a critical analysis model. This paper shows several conclusions: the method of analysis used by Speight, namely form analysis, is the development of the method of analysis of the matn which has been introduced, especially by Schacht with the purposes of dating tradition; many academics both in the West and the East doubted Speight's method of analysis and criticized its accuracy; and when compared to the muhaddiṡūn method, the Speight method contains several methodological flaws

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: form analysis, matn criticism, various versions of matn, western scholars.
Subjects: 200 RELIGION (AGAMA) > 2X0 ISLAM UMUM > 2X2.1 Ilmu Hadits
Divisions: Fakultas Ushuluddin Adab dan Dakwah > Jurusan Ilmu Hadist
Depositing User: Junaeti Aqin
Date Deposited: 30 Aug 2021 04:33
Last Modified: 30 Aug 2021 04:33

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