Absolute Reality in the Qur'an Hardback
Part of the Palgrave Series in Islamic Theology, Law, and History series
This book studies the absolute reality of the Qur'an, which is signified by the struggle of truth against falsehood in the framework of monotheistic unity of knowledge and the unified world-system induced by the consilience of knowledge.
In such a framework the absolute reality reveals itself not by religious dogmatism.
Rather, the methodology precisely comprises its distinctive parts.
These are namely the 'primal ontology' as the foundational explained axiom of monotheistic unity; the 'secondary ontologies' as explanatory replications of the law of unity in the particulars of the world-system; 'epistemology' as the operational model; and 'phenomenology' as the structural nature of events induced by the monotheistic law, that is by knowledge emanating from the law.
The imminent methodology remains the unique explanatory reference of all events that take place, advance, and change in continuity across continuums of knowledge, space, and time.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 231 pages, XXI, 231 p.
- Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
- Publication Date: 28/08/2016
- Category: Philosophy of religion
- ISBN: 9781137589460
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