Mediaeval Tales: With an Introduction by Henry Morley

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Questions regarding the immortality of the intellect, the unity or non-unity between the soul and the intellect, and the consequent intellectual basis for believing in the immortality of the soul. Lecture XVI discusses of Christian law and morality, aligning the Christian concept of morality closer to Plato rather than Aristotle, and suggests how the mediævals accounted for sin from weakness through to deliberate revolt against the divinely willed order. According to Hartman's Maimonidean analysis, the halakhah is based on the universal human aspirations of the love and knowledge of God, and seeks to create a moral, historically conscious community in which these aspirations may be realized.

Pages: 298

Publisher: Cornell University Library (June 25, 2009)

ISBN: 1112073558

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