Robert Grosseteste and the pursuit of Religious and

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Skepticism is the position which questions the possibility of completely justifying any truth. But such questions were also forced by reflection on the new scientific worldview. Die Bedeutung der Sache "Seiend" erhellt nur aus dem Verb. These works are truly philosophical because their arguments are premised on what reason gleans from natural things and not on “special revelation” culminating in Christ; yet they are truly Christian because, being authentically rational and open to all truth, their methods and conclusions point to Christ Who is Truth, even if their reach exceeds their grasp.

Pages: 401

Publisher: Springer; 1st ed. 2016 edition (July 16, 2016)

ISBN: 3319334662

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