History of skepticism. In search of consistencyHistory of skepticism. In search of consistency
In pursuing both these lines, a historical reconstruction of the most important skeptical stances, ranging from ancient times to contemporary times, is connected with their assessment, particularly in terms of their consistency
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Robert CowanRobert Cowan
Anglo-French contexts that Said and others have emphasized, for Germans had very different agendas. Indeed, I would argue that the intellectual relationships between Germany and South Asia have had ramifications for Western thought that are more profound than any
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Wluml dossier 5-6 December 1988/May 1989 dossier 5-6Wluml dossier 5-6 December 1988/May 1989 dossier 5-6
Religion has normally been ignored by development planners and those concerned with women’s development as a personal matter beyond planning
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Ihor Karivets’ contemplation, miracle and novelty: towards the foundations of religious experienceIhor Karivets’ contemplation, miracle and novelty: towards the foundations of religious experience
It is contemplation that is important for discovering novelty in the lifeworld
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Related or contrasting ideas may be found in the section on The ChurchRelated or contrasting ideas may be found in the section on The Church
Adlai E. Stevenson (U. S. statesman and presidential candidate, 1900-1965), What I think, 1955
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For opposing stances, see Consequentialism, Intuitionism, Subjectivism, and RelativismFor opposing stances, see Consequentialism, Intuitionism, Subjectivism, and Relativism
Lilly-Marlene Russow (Professor in the Department of Philosophy, Purdue University), “Ethical theory and the moral status of animals,” The Hastings Center Report, May-June 1990, p. S4
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