This book is based on the phenomenological exegesis of sections of the Qur’an
in relation to morality, ethics, economy, market, and social order for the good
things of life. Such a comprehensive study of interrelationship between the
monotheistic law arising from the Qur’an and the sunnah (Prophetic teachings)
as primal ontology, and the embedded morality and ethics of the emergent social
choices, gives the phenomenological perspective underlying the essential epistemic
methodology of Islamic economics.
In this book, special focus is placed on the universal interrelationship between
morality, ethics, and materiality of diverse systems. It critically evaluates the state of the
present days’ studies; and alternatively formalizes the pronounced phenomenological
perspective to erect the Islamic methodological worldview. This is especially focused
on the development of the theory and application of Islamic economics in terms of
its phenomenological perspectives.
Professor Dr. Masudul Alam Choudhury is Visiting Professor in the Department of Shari’ah and Economics,
Academy of Islamic Studies, University of Malaya. He is a Founder Professor and International Chair of the
Postgraduate Program in Islamic Economics and Finance, Faculty of Economics, Trisakti University, Jakarta,
Indonesia; and Summer Visiting Professor in the Social Economy Center, Ontario Institute for Studies
in Education, University of Toronto (annually). Professor Choudhury taught Economics in Cape Breton
University, Nova Scotia, Canada until his academic retirement. He specializes in the field of mathematical and
analytical study of epistemic and economic theory, and similar empirical applications with focus in Islamic
economics, finance, science and society. He is the singular pioneer in the original derived methodology
and its appertaining empirical modeling and simulation using the tawhidi (monotheistic) methodological
worldview. He lectures, publishes, and supervises doctoral students in this area of scholarship worldwide.
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