A comprehensive introduction to an Islamic epistemology for the natural and social sciences. Choudhury builds a philosophy of knowledge from essential sources in the Qur'anic worldview, the Tawhidi creative order, Ghazzali's epistemology, and other examples of Islamic thought to which he compares the foundations of Western epistemology.

chapter 1|10 pages

The Epistemological Premise of Reformation

chapter 2|32 pages

The Scintific Premise of Reformation

chapter 4|30 pages

The Political Economy of Reformation

chapter 7|26 pages

Reformation in the Midst of Globalization

chapter 10|12 pages

Policy Conclusion: Ummatic Transformation