The quest for a systematic unity of the universe in all of its manifestations is a common topic in Western thought. In this book the author shows what Islam can bring to this field of human enquiry. Defining a paradigm of Islamic political economy and world systems, he presents a study of epistemology in the light of general systems derived from the Qur'anic premise. The result is an intellectual endeavour without any dogmatic or reglious and philosophoical enquiry. First published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: General Perspectives: The Worldviews Of Islam And The Occident Chapter 2: The Our’anic Worldview In The Sciences, Chapter 3: The Our’anic Model Of Knowledge: The Interactive, Integrative And Evolutionary Process Chapter 4: Comparative Political Economy: Islam And The Occident Chapter 5: Islamic Political Economy, A Critique Of Islamic Economics Chapter 6: Knowledge And Interactions In Political Economy And Economic Theory Chapter 7: Complementarity In The Our’anic Ecological Model Chapter 8: Decision-Making In Islamic Political Economy Chapter 9: Islamic Consumption, Production And Distributional Menus Chapter 10: Contrasting Models Of Knowledge And ‘De-Knowledge’, Chapter 11: Conclusion.