Afkar adalah jurnal dwi tahunan antarabangsa yang dinilai, diterbitkan oleh Jabatan Akidah dan Pemikiran Islam, Akademi Pengajian Islam, Universiti Malaya, Kuala Lumpur. Ia menerbitkan makalah dan kajian ilmiah berkaitan Akidah dan Pemikiran Islam merangkumi bidang kalam, falsafah, tasawwuf, perbandingan agama, mantik dan pemikiran Islam di Alam Melayu dalam Bahasa Melayu, Inggeris dan Arab.
Afkar is an international peer reviewed journal published twice a year by the Department of `Aqidah and Islamic Thought, Academy of Islamic Studies, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur. It publishes articles and research papers concerning `aqidah and Islamic thought, particularly Kalam, philosophy, Tasawwuf, comparative religions, logic and Islamic thought in the Malay World in Malay, English and Arabic.
مجلة أفكار هي مجلة علمية عالمية محكمة يصدرها قسم العقيدة والفكر الإسلامي بأكاديمية الدراسات الإسلامية، جامعة ملايا بكوالا لمبور مرتين في السنة. تنشر المجلة المقالات والدراسات العلمية المتخصصة بالماليزية والإنجليزية والعربية في مجالات المتعلقة بالعقيدة والفكر الإسلامي خاصة في علم الكلام والفلسفة والتصوف ومقارنة الأديان ومنطق، كما تهتم أيضا بقضايا المتعلقة بالفكر الإسلامي بالعالم الملايوية.
SUBMISSION GUIDELINES :
1.0 HOW TO PREPARE PAPERS
Manuscripts should be unpublished original research on the themes of Islamic Theology (`aqidah) and Islamic Thought such as Kalam, philosophy, Sufism (Tasawwuf), comparative religions, logic, Islamic sects (firaq) as well as Islamic Thought in the Malay world.
Manuscripts should be prepared on A4 size white paper with 3 cm, 2.5 cm, 2.5 cm and 2 cm margins from the top, bottom, left and right respectively.
Centred at the top of the first page of a manuscript should be the complete title of the manuscript, name(s) of author(s) affiliation(s), mailing and email address(es), then the abstract under the heading ABSTRAK (in Malay) and ABSTRACT (in English) (in Times New Roman, 10 points), not exceeding 200 words, keywords under the heading Kata kunci: (in Malay) and Keywords: (not more than five keywords, in bold, Times New Roman, 10 points) and followed by the text.
The text should be typed and single-spaced, using Times New Roman font version 5 and above for Roman characters, including the transliteration, while Traditional Arabic font 16 should be used for Arabic or Jawi characters. Paragraphs should be separated by double spacing.
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1.1 Language Used
Manuscripts must be written in English or Malay. Article in Arabic Languange can also be considered.
1.2 Figures and Tables
A figure, table and illustration should be placed on the same page as far as possible, otherwise it may be placed on the immediate following page.
1.2.1 Label of Figures
A figure, photo and illustration should be labelled with “Fig.” and a table with “Table”. It must be assigned an Arabic numerals as figure or table number; the figure number and title, and the table number and title should be placed on top of the figure and table. the source of the figure and table, if applicable, should be palced below the figure and the table. The first letter of the title should be in capital letter. Figure, photo, illustrations and tables should be placed in the middle of the page between left and right margins.
1.3 Sections and Subsections
Sections and subsections should be given the titles respectively. Capital letters should be used for the section titles. For subsections, the first letter of each word should be in capital letter, followed by small letters.
1.4 Length of Manuscript
Each manuscript should not exceed 20 pages (in single spaced) including illustrations, and tables and reference. The page number should be written at the lower center of each page.
Each manuscript should use only a footnote system, and neither an in-text note nor an endnote. The footnote should follow the 16th Chicago Style (http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html) The footnote should be typed and single-spaced, using Times New Roman font 10, and should be noted with numbers 1, 2, 3 respectively (which can be created by clicking Insert Footnote on the References tab in Microsoft Word).
Each manuscript should use Transliteration in the Romanisation of Arabic words. The transliteration should follow the Romanisation style of American Library Association - Library of Congress or ALA-LC Romanisation Tables (http://www.loc.gov/catdir/cpso/roman.html;http://www.loc.gov/catdir/cpso/romanization/arabic.pdf).
References of each manuscript should follow the 16th Chicago Style (http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html)
References should be noted with numbers 1., 2., 3. and typed and single-spaced, using Times New Roman font 12, and placed it below the text of the manuscript.
1.8 Author’s Biography
The author should give his/her short profile including his/her name, academic achievements, affiliations to professional bodies and working experience within 100 words at the end of the manuscript. This author’s biography should be typed and single-spaced and placed it below the references under the heading BIOGRAPHY.
Muhammad Hassan Abdul Karim obtained his PhD from University of Malaya in 1986 in Philosophy of Religion. Currently, he is a lecturer at the Academy of Islamic Studies, University of Malaya. His research areas include philosophy of religion, comparative religion and psychology of religion. He has published a number of papers related to these areas. He is also an affiliate member of BRISMES since 1990.
2.0 SUBMISSION NOTICE
The author must ensure that the submitted manuscript has never been published before and assume full responsibility for the contents of the manuscript.
The manuscript should be submitted in the digital file form "*.doc" which would be compatible for the computer application Microsoft Word 2010. Submission should be e-mailed to email@example.com.
Every article contributed will be reviewed at least by one reviewer from our editors or co-editors. The journal, due to certain occasions, has a right to sent it to the outside reviewer.
The published manuscript shall be a copyright of the Department of Aqidah and Islamic Thought, Academy of Islamic Studies, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur. It can be reprinted with a proper acknowledgement that it was published in Afkar.
The published manuscript would not represent the stand or opinion of the Advisory Board, Editorial Board, Co-Editorial Board and the Management Team of Journal of Akidah dan Pemikiran Islam (AFKAR), or the Department of Aqidah and Islamic Thought, Academy of Islamic Studies, University of Malaya.
A complimentary copy will be distributed to the author whose manuscript(s) is (are) published in this journal.