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Circular causation model in the Koran.

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Circular causation model in the Koran.

Choudhury, Masudul Alam.

Edwin Mellen Pr.

2006

602 pages

$149.95

Hardcover

Science and epistemology in the Qur'an; v.3

BP134

The Ahkam, rule of life and action, surrounds the essence of knowledge in the Qur'an in a way that combines the moral and material worth and realization of life in an inseparable whole, explains Choudbury (economics, U. College of Cape Breton, Canada). Translating into the terminology of epistemological and ontological phenomena, he says that this circularity and the continuity between cause and effect is the same as merging the a priori and the a posteriori substances of unified reality into a holistic inseparability.

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