PL1310 - Review with Connections Explained Outline of human cognition as it progresses: sublation General view of knowing and being . perfectio enim intellectus est verum ut cognitum. (ST I, 16, 2) . the perfection of the intellect is truth as known
Phases of the Age of Enlightenment (as it relates to religion)
“God of the Philosophers” (17th century)
Philosophy without God (18th and 19th centuries)
Philosophy of Religion (19th and 20th centuries)
The Modern and PreModern Consciousness Compa
LECTURE NOTES ON TOPIC "RELGIOUS QUESTIONS"
Characteristics of "extraordinary (human) experience" break out of routine pattern ambiguous. differing interpretations powerful influence lead us to think seriously about meaning/direction of our lives
Philosophy and Theology: The Fundamental Distinction:
Philosophy Based on: Uses: Key Q on God: Reason Reason Does G exist? What is God ?
Theology (in Xtian Rel Trad) Christian Rev (accessed thru faith) Christian Rev and Reason Can I Trust God? Who
Th 2301 Some religious questions, some great questions. Am I loved? Can I love? What do I hope for? Why is life hard? What matters? Am I grateful for anything? Who or what is God? Why? What is real? Am I free? Where is God? Is our friendship over? Am