The Civilization of Believers and the Light of Oneness of ‘Everything’ According to Meta-science of Tawhid
On a continuous devotional practice in life, the Tawhidi scientific worldview spells out certain obligatory duties. These if abided by will pave the sure path to open up the intricacies of the ever-unravelling world-system with its generality and details for conscionable inquiry. Meta-science of Tawhid is thereby a transdisciplinary engagement of moral-material interactive, integrative, and learning worldview by abstraction and practice.
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