The Reconstruction Of “Siri Culture” In Bugis Perspective Of Islamic Education

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St. Wardah Hanafie Das , Abdul Halik , Hendrowidarto , Nasrul , Ardhie Noer , Sahrul Takim , Adnan , Lukman , Mohtar Umasugi , Muh. Poli


The ‘Siri' Culture in Bagis is a shame (psychological condition) that decomposes into human dignity. As a philosophy of life, “Siri” became the core value of Bugis culture until now and experiences a dynamic that marks the shifting of “Siri”. Islamic Education with “Siri” Culture of Bugis has mutually supportive relevance (symbiosis mutualism). Islamic education is the process of planting the character of human form that morally, knowledgeable, creative, innovative, leading man to the true truth as the foundation of life in the world and the hereafter. Additionally, “Siri” culture can serve as a spirit of learners in the educational process. The value of Islamic education is summarized in the value of Godhead (ilahiyah), humanity, and nature have similarities to the value of “Siri” summarized in the elements of “Siri”: Pajjama, Lempu', Getteng, and Sipakatau. Internalization of Islamic educational values into the Bugis “Siri” culture are a necessity as a basic value in implementing the “Siri” culture. Internalization can be done by transformation of Islamic education, through educational process with the support of all elements of society.

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