My conclusion from this work and, therefore, thesis is simple. Oriental Philosophy is this: the world and our view of it correspond with each other only in the sense that each of them is the best of other logically possible alternatives. This – a providence rather than an empirical correspondence – constitutes the core of Avicenna’s philosophy: not only things logically could have been otherwise, but they also could be otherwise than they are, on both fronts. Besides God Himself, everything in itself is just possible – that it is, and what it is.