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Danilo V. Rogayan jrDanilo V. Rogayan jr
Thomas Aquinas and the philosophy of Augustine. The author compared the two philosophers consistent with their convictions and principles on faith and reason, God’s existence
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Imagination and Reality: On the Relations Between Myth, Consciousness, and the Quantum Sea byImagination and Reality: On the Relations Between Myth, Consciousness, and the Quantum Sea by
Charles D. Laughlin, Ph. D. is a professor of anthropology and religion in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, canada k1S 5B6
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Examining the Abyss: An Epistemic Inquiry into Violent Human Conflict, Contested Truths and Multiplex MethodologyExamining the Abyss: An Epistemic Inquiry into Violent Human Conflict, Contested Truths and Multiplex Methodology
A summary of this article is forthcoming in the book, Critical Issues, Lexington Books, may 2011
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Aspects of Hylomorphism and Cardiocentrism in Aristotle and AlexanderAspects of Hylomorphism and Cardiocentrism in Aristotle and Alexander
On 27-28 Mai 2011 topoi' s Mapping Body and Soul Research Group together with the Graduate School of Ancient Philosophy at the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin organized a workshop entitled
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Melissa Kinnunen Steven G, AraujoMelissa Kinnunen Steven G, Araujo
If the eye were an animal, sight would be its soul; for this is the eye’s substance – that corresponds to its principle. The eye is a matter for sight, and if this fails it is no longer an eye, except homonymously
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Varieties of HylomorphismVarieties of Hylomorphism
I will try to indicate why I favor it over the other variety of contemporary Hylomorphism that I look at as it is with understanding how these modern varieties of Hylomorphism relate to each other, and to Aristotle, with whom I begi
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Summa Theologica The Five WaysSumma Theologica The Five Ways
But we understand by the term "God" something infinite -namely, something good without limit. Therefore, if God were to exist, we would not find anything bad. But we do find bad things in the world. Therefore, God does not exist
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Democracy in america by Alexis De TocquevilleDemocracy in america by Alexis De Tocqueville
I readily discovered the prodigious influence which this primary fact exercises on the whole course of society, by
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St. Thomas Aquinas The Summa TheologicaSt. Thomas Aquinas The Summa Theologica
Of God; (2) Of the rational creature's advance towards God; (3) Of Christ, Who as man, is our way to God
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The chain of cause and effect is absoluteThe chain of cause and effect is absolute
The main difference between the Kalam cosmological argument and the classical cosmological argument of which Aquinas (1226-1274) is perhaps the best known proponent, is that
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First Cause ArgumentFirst Cause Argument
The Cosmological Argument is a posteriori, it draws on evidence and experiences we have all had. It is also inductive, because it has premises which lead to a likely conclusion
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