Is there an absolute reality? Yes, “God” is the only absolute reality. The three main religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam have all claimed that God is a supreme reality, and that all other creatures are finite beings. Since they relatively continue and also relatively change, so they can not be absolute. The world is full of paradoxes, there is no absolute persistence, and also there is no change at a stretch. There is no absolute truth and there is no continuous falsehood. What exist are many faces or aspects between the two terms. Those faces are reduced to a neutral state, which is a new philosophy called “neutrosophy”. Neutrosophy is ascribed to Dr. Florentin Smarandache, professor of mathematics and sciences, and head of its department at the University of New Mexico – Gallup (USA). The main aim of this book is to provide the reader with the philosophy of neutrosophy and its application to the ArabicIslamic thought. So the book is divided into two parts; the first belongs to prof. Smarandache, in which he exposes his philosophy of neutrosophy. The second belongs to Dr. Salah Osman, assistant professor of logic and the philosophy of science in Minufiya university – in which he applies the philosophy of neutrosophy to the Arabic-Islamic thought.
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Smarandache, Florentin and Salah Osman. "Neutrosophy in Arabic Philosophy." (2007). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/math_fsp/299
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