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The Dynamics of Pairing in the Multiverses of Meta-science of Tawhid

  • Masudul Alam Choudhury
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Abstract

The surest and most powerful Signs of Allah that meta-science of Tawhid is centred on are the reflections of Tawhid as primal ontological law of pervasive complementarities. These can be positive or negative between all things, inter-causal between endogenous relations among the variables representing complementarities. Such a reflection explains the functional power of Tawhidi unity of knowledge in all things by virtue of the embedding of moral values in all things. The implication here is that only Truth parameters of inter-causal organic relations derived from the primal ontological law of Tawhid evaluate the nature of all things, Truth and Falsehood, in the issues and problems under investigation. How such evaluations are done is by, firstly, estimating the wellbeing criterion as an indicator of degrees to which complementarities exist and are then possible for simulation into better possible degrees of complementarities to attain higher levels of organic relational complementarities as the sign of Tawhidi unity of knowledge between the good things of life and avoiding the bad and false things of life. The ensuing evaluative relations of inter-causality between the endogenous variables comprise the resulting circular causation equations. The results of evaluating the wellbeing function subject to the circular causation relations between both Truth and False representations by the variables are expected to show positive estimated coefficients between the good things of life (Truth) and negative (False) estimated coefficients between the Truth and False representing variables. Some of the negative signs can be reversible into better states of complementarities.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Masudul Alam Choudhury
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    • 2
    • 3
  1. 1.International Chair Postgraduate Program in Islamic Economics & Finance Faculty of EconomicsTrisakti UniversityJakartaIndonesia
  2. 2.Annual Summer Visiting Professor Social Economy CenterOISE University of TorontoOntarioCanada
  3. 3.Department of Shari’ah and EconomicsAcademy of Islamic Studies University of MalayaKuala LumpurMalaysia

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