The Madilog by Iljas Hussein the pen name of Tan Malaka , first published in , official first edition , is the magnum opus of Tan Malaka, the Indonesian national hero and is the most influential work in the history of modern Indonesian philosophy. It is a synthesis of Marxist dialectical materialism and Hegelian logic. Madilog was written in Batavia where Malaka was hiding during the Japanese occupation of Indonesia , disguised as a tailor. Although Madilog is based on Marxism, it neither implements the Marxist view nor tries to establish a cultural pattern based on Marxism. Madilog is purely Malaka's nationalist perspective by way of being influenced by Hegelian dialectics , Feuerbach 's materialism, Marx's views of scientific reason , and logical positivism. The book is to be a new alternative to the usual Indonesian way of thinking and movement, of a people living on thousands of islands , with hundreds languages and cultures , with most believing in mystical logic Indonesian: logika mistika.
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Great reading material. Unfortunately the old school grammar made it difficult to understand the idea. It will be lots of section that you can skip and go ahead to Malaka's thought. In general, I recommend those of you who want to develop a rational thinking process to read this book for once. Shelves: philosophy. This is the best book I've ever read from an Indonesian author. It's so original, specifically Tan Malaka's "atom" explanation in relation with logic and dialectic.
Every Indonesian must read this. We should appreciate our "Bapak Republik Indonesia". I challenge everybody to translate this from Bahasa Indonesia to English!
The world is matter which always dialectics to a better form and we must reflect it in logic. This book is not the best about matter, dialectics, and logic; BUT the writer, as he confessed, use his own memory to wrote and described those things in a simple way, with examples, even to those who only got elementary education. Taste the leftist Indonesian philosophy. Fascinated by the writer's thoughts considering the time of this book was written, although its controversial this book gave a lot of insights about materialism, dialect, and logic that our society very much needed.
Oct 07, An-Nisa Nur'aini rated it really liked it. It was Tan Malaka's. And the book I'm currently reading right here is a page full of his critical, if not brilliant, way of thinking and thought-provoking ideas.
Reading his works especially this one has convinced me in a way which Ann Leckie exactly phrased it on her book, Ancillary Justice. Wishes and intentions, the same. Meaningless, unless they impel you to one choice or another, some deed or course of action, however insignificant. Thoughts that lead to action can be dangerous. Thoughts that do not, mean less than nothing.
Pak Ipik you definitly make me die with curiosity!!! I want to read this book because have a good analysis about political. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed. About Tan Malaka. Tan Malaka. Tan Malaka - February 21, was an Indonesian nationalist activist and communist leader.
A staunch critic of both the colonial Dutch East Indies government and the republican Sukarno administration that governed the country after the Indonesian National Revolution, he was also frequently in conflict with the leadership of the Communist Party of Indonesia PKI , Indonesia's primary radica Tan Malaka - February 21, was an Indonesian nationalist activist and communist leader.
A staunch critic of both the colonial Dutch East Indies government and the republican Sukarno administration that governed the country after the Indonesian National Revolution, he was also frequently in conflict with the leadership of the Communist Party of Indonesia PKI , Indonesia's primary radical political party in the s and again in the s. A political outsider for most of his life, Tan Malaka spent a large part of his life in exile from Indonesia, and was constantly threatened with arrest by the Dutch authorities and their allies.
Despite this apparent marginalization, however, he played a key intellectual role in linking the international communist movement to Southeast Asia's anti-colonial movements. He was declared a "hero of the national revolution" by act of Indonesia's parliament in Books by Tan Malaka.
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Madilog: Materialisme, Dialektika, Logika (Seri Pemikiran Nasional)
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