Ramadhan Razali, Sutan Febriansyah, Hilmi Hilmi


Abstract: Post-modernism is one method of counter-backing the moderanism. The counter back is doing by reconstruction the disable made by the part of moderanisme. Then what about the Islamic economy which it’s the existence is considered to bring down capitalism? The objective of this research is to identify the main points of Abu 'Ala Al-Mawdudi's thought about Islamic economics and his counter-back conducted by Al-Mawdudi to capitaslim economy. The research method that the writer uses is descriptive qualitative method by reviewing Al-Maududi's books plus secondary data source taken from good scientific work in the form of journal etc. The results of this study indicate that modern Islamic economic thought is not escaped from the thought of Al-Mawdudi, Al-Mawdudi's desire to undermine the capitalist system is very relevant to the suffering of economic societies who want justice in the economy. The elimination of usury, speculation and other unfair instruments is the main objective of Islamic economics. With the emergence of an economic system based on the foundations of Islam will cultivate and develop a better economic system. Islamic economics will answer all the "complaints" of the international community in the economy.


Keywords : Al-Maududi, Post Moderanism, Islamic Economics, and Capitalism

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