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Business Perspectives of Philosophy and Knowledge: Occident Contra Islam
  This discussions surrounds the dialectical methodology, underpinning the unity of knowledge, and discusses a differing perspective to knowledge and knowledge value from knowledge transfer practitioners, in a business context. It asks why, if knowledge is vital for business success and competitive advantage, the transfer of knowledge is rarely a simple unproblematic event (Argote et al. 2000). Further, that the creation of knowledge before transfer is recognised within literature as a significant factor in determining a starting point for analogous scrutiny. Under a premise of doxastic attitude, this discussion looks to synthesise from current literature and research the epistemic principal of ‘knowledge’, which underpins understanding congruent knowledge transfer theories and perspectives principals.

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  • Date:

    16 March 2018

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  • Library of Congress:

    HD28 Management. Industrial Management

  • Dewey Decimal Classification:

    650 Management & auxiliary services

  • Funders:

    University of Oxford


Fascia, M. (2018). Business Perspectives of Philosophy and Knowledge: Occident Contra Islam. Working Papers on Operations Management, 11(03),



Methodology, Islam, Knowledge, Knowledge Transfer

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