Rosalie Palmer RLS 102, Section 1 Dr. Jeffery Marlett 10 18 06
Discuss the differences between the Hebrew and Greek notions of divinity. How might these differences influence ethical actions?
Notions of divinity in all cultures of the world influ
Late Medieval Christianity
the storm about to break.
The Rebellion against Scholasticism
A reaction against philosophical realism-that there are universal forms by which we understand all reality Nominalism insisted instead that only p
Monks, Muslims.and Martyrs?
the dark ages?
The medieval period (600-1450 AD) is often labeled the dark ages`. Careful-this label came from the period immediately following it, from Christians who disliked medieval thinking. Me
THE BUDDHA'S ENLIGTENMENT
The Four Noble Truths: 1) All life is suffering ("Dukkha"). 2) Suffering is caused by Desire ("Tanha"). 3) There can be an end to desire ("Nirvana"-"extinction"). 4) The way out is the "eightfold path." ("Marga") The Eightfo
Reason and Revelation
In the Mind and in the architecture
Varities of Scholasticism
Anselm (1033-1109): Bishop of England, Augustinian perspective faith seeking understanding; created
Ontological argument for God's existence