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Mari Membangun Kembali Peradaban Baru Dunia (The New Golden Age) dari Nusantara

Ahmad Yanuana Samantho membagikan sebuah kenangan — bersama Suncana Diana Purbasari dan 14 lainnya.
 1696e-12009755_909575382413602_2545583218086923988_nAgenda membangun kembali Peradaban Keilmuan Holistik Asli Nusantara, masih jadi PR Besar kita semua sampai saat ini. Siapa sajakah yang sudah tercerahkan dan tertarik dengan tugas membangun Paradigma Holistik Khas “Islam Nusantara”, yang lintas agama-budaya-tradisi kembali ke Akar, kembali ke Asal Sumber Nilai-nilai universal Kemanusiaan-Ketuhanan (integrasi harmonis dan sinergis-integratif antara yang material dan spiritual, asli Dunia Timur yang berbasis Peradaban Agung dan Mulia (The Golden Age) dari leluhur Sundaland Nusantara sebagai Induk Awal Peradaban-peradaban Dunia. “Bhineka Tunggal Ika, Tan Hanna Dharma Mangrwa”.

Dan Kini peran dan nilai-nilai “Kemanusiaan Yang Adil dan Beradab” serta “Ketuhanan yang Maha Esa”. “Kerakyatan yang dipimpin oleh HIKMAH klebijaksanaan dalam Permusyawaratan-perwakilan” Perennial-Universal-Global dari Nusantara, telah menjadi harapan para cendikiawan-filosof tercerahkan dan theosof hampir semua bangsa yang mulai sadar bahwa kemanusaiaan sedang dalam krisis multidimensional akibat dominasi Peradaban Barat Materialitis dan Pandangan Dunia Modernisme Barat Sekular-Liberal-Materialistik-Kapitalistik-Sataniknya.

Mari bangkitkan diri dan bangkitkan lingkungan dan bangkitkan kesadaran Cahaya Matahari (englihtenment) Naga-Ra, Nusa-Anta-Ra, Bende-Ra, Dwipa-Anta-Ra, Nur Ilahi SangHyang Widhi Wasa dari Tanah Surga Eden Nusantara ini.

13880401_10153982938698495_4195781545016047171_nAl-Fatihah untuk Almarhum Prof.Dr. Emeritus George Francis McLean, dari Chatolic Washington University USA yang bersama kami yang telah memulai eksplorasi Philosophy Emerging From Culture dari Nusantara pada tahun 2008, Prof.Dr.Gholam Reza Avani dari Iran, dan Dr. Hussein Heriyanto, Dr. Haidar Bagir, Prof.Dr. Mulyadhi Kartanegara, Prof.Dr. Azyumardi Azra, Prof.Dr. Abdul Hadi WM, Dr. Agus Sunyoto, Prof.Dr. Amin Abdullah, Dr. Asna Husin, Dr. Kaaarim Douglas Crow, Prof.Dr. Dadang Kahmad (UIN SGD Bandung), my Classmate Dr. Philips Gerardhete,Erliyani Manik, Cak Mohammad Monib, Mbak Elma Haryani. M.Si, Kang Aan Rukmana, MA, IC-Thusi, Hussein Heriyanto, dkk.

(Juga Brother yeping Hu; Alexandre Palma; Florival Ghislaine; Asna Husin; Asha Mukherjee; Mamuka Dolidze; Robert Badillo; S R Bhatt; selvam; umut asanova; George F. Mclean; Karim CROW; Edward Alam; Sirajul Islam; Yasein Mohamed; Burhan Tatar; Anatolij Karas; John Hogan; Golam Dastagir; Latif Kazmi; ðÕÌÁÔ ûÏÚÉÍÏ×; alievach@yahoo.com; ducphilosophy@yahoo.com; ioannesvandoan@yahoo.com; makariev@phls.uni-sofia.bg; jocagbakoba@yahoo.co.nz; Omar Mahir; Prof. Dr. Gholamreza Aavani; Warayuth Sriwarakuel; Prof. Aavani -; Gerardette Philips; Musa S. Dibadj; Alan Yos; MA Agnes Irawati; Dr. Karlina Supelli; Zubaidah Yusuf; Bu Herminie; Embun Ekosiwi; Prof. Dr. Vincent J. Solosa; workinehkelbessa@yahoo.com; Yasein Mohammad; William Sweet; Yadullah Dadgar; drgrips@yahoo.com; mdy@ateneo.edu; S.J. J. Sudarminta; Elma Haryani; Humai Edi; CSIME(IRAVANI); Ahmad Samantho; Aan Rukmana; Gadis Arivia; Nur Syam; Prof. Dr. Toeti Heraty Noerhadi; Mbak Iva; Gustiana Isyamarjani; soeparto@umm.ac.id; Osman Bakar; dr_bahar@iiu.edu.my; Andi Herawati; SJ F. Magnis-Suseno; Haidar Bagir; Rifai Hasan; Erliyani Manik)

Subject: RIP: Prof Dr. George F. McLean

 

“Setelah mengikuti Annual Conference on Islamic Studies (ACIS) ke 11 di Pangkal Pinang Propinsi Bangka-Belitung, semakin terasa mendesak perlunya perumusan dan rekonstruksi Paradigma Keilmuan Islami (Epistemologi Islami) yang Holistik dan Integratif (Tauhidi). Mengapa demikian? Karena sampai saat ini evolusi-reformasi kelembangaan Pendidikan Tinggi Islam dari STAIN ke IAIN, lalu UIN (Universitas Islam Negeri), masih dominan tarik-menarik dilematis dan kontra produktif antara hegemon iParadigma Keilmuan Barat (Saintisme-Modernisme) dan Tradisi Keilmuan Timur Tengah Klasik, yang persaingan antara keduanya membuat semakin sulit upaya dalam menyusun puzzle mosaik (pemikiran dan keilmuan)Islam dalam ruang Publik untuk membangun Karakter Bangsa.” (Ahmad Yanuana Samantho, S.IP, MA, M.Ud, 2011)

Wednesday, 12 October 2011, 17:08 WIB

ACIS ke-11 Rekomendasikan Pertemuan Tahunan Lintas Agama

Rep: Maspriel Aries/ Red: Johar Arif
 REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, PANGKALPINANG – Annual Conference on Islamic Studies (ACIS) ke-11 yang diselenggarakan di Pangkalpinang, Provinsi Kepulauan Bangka Belitung (Babel) 10 – 13 Oktober 2011, akan ditutup Rabu (12/10) malam. Konferensi yang dibuka Menteri Agama Suryadharma Ali ini menghasilkan tiga rumusan dan dua rekomendasi penting bagi pengembangan Islam di Indonesia.

Koordinator Publikasi ACIS ke 11, Subardi, menjelaskan, konferensi ACIS yang bertemakan “Merangkai Mozaik Islam dalam Ruang Publik untuk membangun Karakter Bangsa” ini melahirkan rekomendasi untuk menggagas pertemuan tahunan yang melibatkan seluruh unsur agama di Indonesia atau lintasagama.“Selama dua hari pelaksanaan seminar dalam kegiatan ACIS ke-11 telah dikaji tiga tema besar, yaitu mozaik Islam, Islam dalam ruang public, dan membangun karakter bangsa. Pembahasan di tiga ruangan terpisah dengan para pembicara pakar dan akademisi dari berbagai perguruan tinggi agama Islam di Indonesia,” kata Subardi.

Menurut Subardi, rekomendasi yang dihasilkan berkaitan dengan keragaman Indonesia dan perlunya pertemuan agama tahunan lintas agama. “Rekomendasi ini sangat besar pengaruhnya bagi perkembangan Islam dan pelaksanaan pendidikan Islam di Indonesia. Bagi pendidikan Islam, subtansinya nanti berkaitan dengan sertifikasi para dosen, pengembangan ilmu-ilmu ke Islaman di PTAI.”

Secara lengkap rumusan dan rekomendasi tersebut akan disampaikan Prof Dr Minhaji sebagai sterring comitte (SC) ACIS ke-11 saat penutupan, yakni berupa tiga rumusan sesuai dengan tiga tema besar yang dikaji dan dua rekomendasi. (http://www.republika.co.id/berita/nasional/umum/11/10/12/lsy6uo-acis-ke11-rekomendasikan-pertemuan-tahunan-lintas-agama)

Husain Heriyanto <husain_heri@yahoo.com>

Sep 9

to Yeping, Alexandre, Florival, Asna, Asha, Mamuka, Robert, S, selvam, umut, George, Karim, Edward, Sirajul, Yasein, Burhan, Anatolij, John, Golam, Latif, ðÕÌÁÔ, alievach, ducphilosophy, ioannesvandoan, makariev
  It is so pitiful to receive this information. Though knowing Father McLean’s health has long declined, I remain was devastated knowing this sad news.
“…. To God Almighty we belong, and to Him is our return ...”
                (Inna lilLahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un)
Father McLean is a very good man, a wise scholar, a humble clergyman, a tireless advocate for dialog of cultures for the sake of mutual understanding, wisdom, and humanity.
I strongly believe that God is always and will be always with him. May God’s grace and blessings always devoted to him.
My deep mourning over the passing of Father McLean ..!
Yours
Husain Heriyanto
Jakarta, Indonesia
Pada Jumat, 9 September 2016 1:03, Yeping Hu <huy@cua.edu> menulis:
Rev. George F. McLean, OMI
Missionary Oblate Priest for 61 Years

 
Rev. George F. McLean, O.M.I., 87, died on September 6, 2016 at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Residence, Tewksbury, MA, after a period of declining health. He was born in Lowell, Massachusetts, a son of the late Arthur and Agnes (McHugh) McLean. He was one of six children and was predeceased by two brothers, James and Rev. Edward, and two sisters, Mary, and Sr. Agnes Mary, a Maryknoll Sister of St. Dominic, as well as one brother in law, Frank Carolan.
Fr. McLean was educated in Lowell through high school.  He attended the Oblate minor seminary in Newburgh, NY, Gregorian University in Rome, Italy and Catholic University in Washington, DC.  He earned a Doctorate in Philosophy and a Bachelor Degree and Licentiate in Sacred Theology.  He later pursued advanced studies in Indian Philosophy, Phenomenology and Islamic Philosophy.
Fr. McLean entered the Missionary Oblate Novitiate in Ipswich, MA on September 7, 1948. He professed his first vows as a Missionary Oblate on September 8, 1949, followed by perpetual vows on September 8, 1952. The late Bishop Luigi Faveri of Roviano, Italy ordained him to the priesthood in Roviano on July 10, 1955.
From 1956 until 1993, Fr. McLean was a professor at the Oblate College and the Catholic University of America, both in Washington, D.C.  In 1983, he founded and was Director of the Council for Research in Values and Philosophy in Washington, D.C.  As a multilingual speaker, his four languages were advantageous, as the council is comprised of prominent philosophers and social scientists from many countries. He coordinated seminars and workshops that sought to capture the gifts and values that Fr. McLean saw as inherent in the different cultures, traditions and faiths across the world and to encourage a multidisciplinary, collaborative and analytical approach to the discovery of how their unique threads of wisdom could be woven into a tapestry that would help us to relearn how to be human in global times.
He was an unofficial collaborator of Karol Wojtyla, having met him before he was elected pope, and shared his passion of the evangelization of culture. In the missionary spirit that was rekindled and directed by the Second Vatican Council, Fr. McLean taught that the Spirit of God was alive in every culture, and he spent his life helping people identify and engage that Spirit and announce it in a way that they could understand and share.
Due to declining health, early in 2010, Fr. McLean joined the community at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Residence in Tewksbury, MA where he remained until his death.  Despite physical challenges, he remained very involved in the Council for Research in Values and Philosophy. From his residence in Tewksbury, he continued to have an impact on the world.  He continued, in recent weeks, to guide the work of the council and participate actively in its programs and editing its publications. In a conversation just days before his death, he spoke about how grateful he was for the dynamic missionary leadership that Pope Francis is awakening in the churches and told of how he would love to see the Holy Father address the 24th World Congress of Philosophy at Peking University in 2018. People around the world admired and respected him and his indefatigable spirit of inquiry, hospitality and generosity.
In addition to his Oblate family, Fr. McLean is survived by one sister, Agnes Carolan, of Lowell, MA.
Services and calling hours will be in the Chapel at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Residence, 486 Chandler Street, Tewksbury, Massachusetts. Calling hours will be on Monday, September 12, 2016 from 2-4 and 7-9 pm with a Prayer Service at 7:30 pm.  A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11:00 amon Tuesday, September 13, 2016. Interment will take place in the cemetery at the Chandler Street residence.
Donations in memory of Fr. McLean may be made to the Oblate Infirmary Fund, 486 Chandler Street, Tewksbury, MA 01876-2849.

From: Nariman Aavani [mailto:narimanaavani@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, October 03, 2016 12:14 AM
To: Husain Heriyanto
Cc: Yeping Hu; Alexandre Palma; Florival Ghislaine; Asna Husin; Asha Mukherjee; Mamuka Dolidze; Robert Badillo; S R Bhatt; selvam; umut asanova; George F. Mclean; Karim CROW; Edward Alam; Sirajul Islam; Yasein Mohamed; Burhan Tatar; Anatolij Karas; John Hogan; Golam Dastagir; Latif Kazmi; ðÕÌÁÔ ûÏÚÉÍÏ×;alievach@yahoo.com; ducphilosophy@yahoo.com; ioannesvandoan@yahoo.com; makariev@phls.uni-sofia.bg; jocagbakoba@yahoo.co.nz; Omar Mahir; Prof. Dr. Gholamreza Aavani; Warayuth Sriwarakuel; Prof. Aavani -; Gerardette Philips; Musa S. Dibadj; Alan Yos; MA Agnes Irawati; Dr. Karlina Supelli; Zubaidah Yusuf; Bu Herminie; Embun Ekosiwi; Prof. Dr. Vincent J. Solosa; workinehkelbessa@yahoo.com; Yasein Mohammad; William Sweet; Yadullah Dadgar; drgrips@yahoo.com;mdy@ateneo.edu; S.J. J. Sudarminta; Elma Haryani; Humai Edi; CSIME(IRAVANI); Ahmad Samantho; Aan Rukmana; Gadis Arivia; Nur Syam; Prof. Dr. Toeti Heraty Noerhadi; Mbak Iva; Gustiana Isyamarjani; soeparto@umm.ac.id; Osman Bakar; dr_bahar@iiu.edu.my; Andi Herawati; SJ F. Magnis-Suseno; Haidar Bagir; Rifai Hasan; Erliyani Manik
Subject: Re: George F. McLean

The following is an email from Professor Aavani:

Best,

Nariman

“Dear Friends,

Please accept my heartfelt condolences for the passing of the late reverent father George Mclean, who was a living epitome of spirituality humanity sanctity and wisdom. By holding about three hundred international symposiums, seminars, and congresses in different parts of the world and in various countries he became the symbol of dialogue among civilizations especially interreligious and intercultural dialogue.

About one week before his demise, I happened to be in Washington DC and knowing that he was ill, I went CUA to inquire about his health from Dr. Hu Yeping. It happened to be the last day of the one month of the annual conference sponsored by CRVP every year and participated by scholars from multifarious countries. A week later, I heard the sad news about father Mclean’s passing from this transient world to his eternal abode of bliss and I managed to attend his funeral service which was held in a chapel in his hometown about 40 miles away from Boston, accompanied by my daughter.

We had some joint conferences in Tehran at the Iranian Institute of philosophy and elsewhere. I also participated in several conferences held by father Mclean at CUA and in other universities in the United States, in Moscow, Shanghai, Beijing, and some other Chinese universities and also in the pre-congresses of the world congress of philosophy in Seoul and in Athens.

When the International society of Islamic Philosophy (ISIP) was founded under the auspices of FISP, the late Professor together with Husayn Heriyanto, Yasein Mohammad, Karim Crow, and I participated and delivered lectures in ten different universities in Indonesia celebrating the occasion, an event that I will never forget. Father Mclean helped a lot to promote the mutual intellectual and spiritual understanding and inter-cultural dialogue between Islam and Christianity.

 

Gholamreza Aavani”

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