Choudhury, Masudul Alam 2006 0-7734-6028-4 628 pages Note: As accommodation to widespread usage, the word Qur’an has been transliterated to Koran in the title. The precise transliteration, however, is Qur’an, and that usage is followed in this book.
This is a study of epistemological meaning of the Oneness of God and its implications on the worldview of unity of divine knowledge. On the basis of this cardinal epistemology the ontological deduction and evidential (ontic) description and explanation of unified world-systems are presented. The result is a new and challenging, path breaking work of analytical depth with extensive comparative study on the theme of unity of learning systems that are driven by the episteme of oneness of God as the premise of unity of divine knowledge explaining all world-systems.
Choudhury, Masudul Alam 2006 0-7734-6030-6 484 pages The magnum opus will prove to be an indispensable companion of serious researchers and scholars in the area of original thinking on the epistemology of science and God.
Choudhury, Masudul Alam 2006 0-7734-6026-8 572 pages Note: As accommodation to widespread usage, the word Qur’an has been transliterated to Koran in the title. The precise transliteration, however, is Qur’an, and that usage is followed in this book.
The nature of this kind of study is such that it has to go on for a longtime until a clear vision of Islamic epistemology becomes identifiable through a host of writings emerging out of an extensive and intensive academic labor. This work will greatly contribute to a further crystallization of an authentic Islamic point of view premised on Tawhid on the age-old problem of human knowledge.
Choudhury, Masudul Alam 2006 0-7734-6029-2 452 pages A defining theme of this work is the importance of Shuratic process, ‘identical to epistemic-ontic circular causation and a continuity model of unified reality.’ How the religious and moral person can actualize Tawhidic principles in scientific inquiry and scholarship, as well as in daily life.
Choudhury, Masudul Alam 2006 0-7734-6027-6 504 pages In our western systems there is opposition between the good for the self and the good for the other. In a parallel way, the good of one nation involves losses by another nation. This book shows how the Qur’an can overcome these oppositions.