Dogmatics among the Ruins: German Expressionism and the

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Not every idea which is formed in a subject but not in a subject is a false idea. Coleman, Janet. [1983] “Medieval Discussions of Property: Ratio and 1918: Essays in Honour of Michael Wilks. God’s essence is identified with his existence as pure actuality. Averroes teaches that only philosophy can properly express the truth. The city of God is not identical with the Church, since not all members of the Church will be saved.
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Understanding Scholastic Thought with Foucault (New Middle

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Law two is that, in our efforts to secure peace, we should agree to mutually divest ourselves of hostile rights. One of Augustine's central contributions to the development of Christian theology was his heavy emphasis on the reality of human evil. Some of Telesio’s innovations were seen as theologically dangerous and his philosophy became the object of vigorous attacks. Analytic philosophy has sometimes been accused of not contributing to the political debate or to traditional questions in aesthetics.
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Medieval Philosophy (Routledge History of Philosophy, Vol.

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Pragmatist ethics is broadly humanist because it sees no ultimate test of morality beyond what matters for us as humans. Name your Custom Course and add an optional description or learning objective. Their knowledge lies at the very heart of the Metaphysics of Space and Motion. It was the corporate product of social thought, and as such its reasoning respected authority in the forms of tradition and revealed religion. c.
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Augustine and Modernity (Routledge Radical Orthodoxy)

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Kirchenpolitik und Frömmigkeit sind für den Humanisten eine Sache der Persönlichkeit und der Gesellschaft zugleich. In India, as in China, people conceived of philosophy as a way of life, not as a mere intellectual activity. One might presume that the march would diminish the role of the mental, a term often a step away from the spiritual or religious. Eckehart meant that creatures have no existence of their own but are given existence by God, as the body is made to exist and is contained by the soul.
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Studies in John the Scot (Erigena): A Philosopher of the

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Neoplatonism had been started by Plotinus, ca. 205-270, who was born in Egypt and studied in Alexandria. It explores the various ways of knowing, the nature of truth, and the relationships between knowledge and belief. Moad, Omar, “Behind the Good, the Bad, and the Obligatory in al-Ghazâlî’s al-Mustasfâ min al-usûl,” Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 8 (2012): 79-93. Some of man’s activities are obviously very like to those of brutes.
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Averroes on Plato's "Republic" (Agora Editions)

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First then, in my judgment, we must make a distinction and ask, What is that which always is and has no becoming; and what is that which is always becoming and never is? We should abandon belief in that existence altogether. Giordano Bruno, about 100 years later, would extend it to the theory of the cosmos, claiming that the center of the world is, wherever one happens to stand. It had its root in Aristotelean method, but was determined more immediately by the dialectical activity of the early schools, from which, as was said, Scholasticism sprang.
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Discovering The Mass

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In addition, because existence is part of his essence he cannot fail to exist. Weingartner (eds.) Problems in Logic and Ontology(Akademische Druck-U. Things happen because God so wills................................... ...................... Drawing on the disciplines of literary theory and history, Exorcism and Its Texts is the first comprehensive study of this compelling topic. This interpretation of present Jewish existence is the purpose of Studies in Contemporary Zionism.
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History of philosophy: From Thales to the present time

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Hilali, Asma, « Coran, hadith et textes intermédiaires. Zum Thema Kirche beschränke ich mit auf die Kritik der Konstantinischen Schenkung. Some existentialists have been Christian; others have been agnostic or atheist. Because of this subordinate position of philosophy, Christian Thinkers focused much more on the forms of Greek thought than on its content. These descriptions are quite profound and seem to point at the very essence of God.
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The Ground of Union: Deification in Aquinas and Palamas

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The vigor and rigor that these thinkers brought to their philosophical inquiries was most impressive. Practical philosophy deals with down-to-earth issues like "Why is democracy good?" and "How does one really appreciate a poem?" Appetite, which includes hunger and sex, is our "lower nature" which Plato locates primarily in the lower parts of the ody. There are passages in which he accepts the Aristotelian notion that matter is the substratum for change, while form determines the essence; but there are other passages in which he maintains that the essence of something is determined by its matter, while the forms produce differences between substances having the same material principle.
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A History of the Inquisition of the Middle Ages Volume One,

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I wrote philosophically, not religiously, because I had chosen the consolations of philosophy, not those of religion, as my subject’" (77-78). by their common contrast to Theodoric and his huge, fair-skinned, beer-drinking, boasting thanes. He also mastered the Greek New Testament and Greek Fathers as well as pagan classics in their original language. c. The methodology of Galileo Galilei (1564–1642) and of the other pioneers of the new science was essentially mathematical. Hanania, for his encouragement in the early stages of writing the book, and Professors Arthur Sewell and David Curnow for their help in editing the manuscript, at least up to Chapter Seven.
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