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Knowledge, belief, and transcendence

philosophical problems in religion

by Hall, James

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Published by Houghton Mifflin in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religion -- Philosophy.,
  • Knowledge, Theory of (Religion),
  • Theism.,
  • Language and languages -- Religious aspects.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJames Hall.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL51 .H255
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 237 p. ;
    Number of Pages237
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5050676M
    ISBN 100395195020
    LC Control Number74011952

    My YA novel DIRTY LITTLE SECRETS came out in early My next book TRANSCENDENCE came out in June of , followed by the sequel INTUITION in June of My newest book is a YA thriller called THE THIRD TWIN and will be out in February followed by another standalone thriller RECOVERY in early /5.   A2A What is knowledge, truth, and belief? Knowledge is a subset of belief. Knowledge is defined as the small fraction of our beliefs that actually meet the scientific standard of evidence. Understanding the difference between our beliefs and our k.

    A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.   A belief is the subjective requirement for knowledge. “Knowledge” is defined as “justified true belief.” In other words, a belief can be considered knowledge as long as it is a justified truth. This notion is also supported by the Belief-Knowledge Continuum and by Plato’s Theory of Knowledge.3/5(1).

    A philosophically serious yet accessible investigation of the rationality of Christian belief In his widely praised Warranted Christian Belief (Oxford, ) Alvin Plantinga discussed in great depth the question of the rationality, or sensibility, of Christian belief. In this book Plantinga presents the same ideas in a briefer, much more accessible fashion. In his widely-praised Warranted Christian Belief, Alvin Plantinga discussed in great depth the question of the rationality, or sensibility, of Christian this book, Plantinga presents the same ideas in a briefer, more accessible fashion. Recognized worldwide as a leading Christian philosopher, Plantinga explores the meaning behind the claim that Christian belief is irrational .


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Washington, D.C.: University Press of America, []. Get this from a library. Knowledge, belief, and transcendence: philosophical problems in religion. [James Hall] -- If there is anything true in this book, it is surely common sense.

The author's intentions are to produce enough light for the reader to see the issues and find his own way out. Knowledge and Christian Belief (KCB) is not a book that many Christians would be interested in, or, frankly, want or need.

Plantinga is a top-notch Christian philosopher: you wont find a self-help style or run-of-the-mill, feel-good book among his works/5. Where epistemology and transcendence are considered compatible, two approaches to truth are pursued. A Platonistic approach sees transcendence as the grounds of all true knowledge, whilst an Aristotelian approach sees natural human knowledge as providing inferential lodging places for speculative knowledge about transcendent Size: KB.

Pierce’s view is that knowledge grows as we formulate positions and develop beliefs that are open to being disproven or improved upon and that we revise those views in light of knowledge we gain.

Pierce’s article The Fixation of Belief highlights the value and wisdom of such an approach, which, in stark contrast to dogmatism, is open to. Reasoning about knowledge and belief, which is the focus of this book, has subtleties beyond those that arise in propositional or predicate logic.

Take, for instance, the law of excluded middle in classical logic, which says that for any proposition p, either por:p(the negation of p) must hold; formally, p_:pis by: 4.

Can transcendence be both philosophical and religious. Do philosophers and theologians conceive of the same thing when they think and talk about transcendence. Philosophy and religion have understood transcendence and other matters of faith differently, but both the language and concepts of religion, including transcendence, reside at the core of postmodern.

In this highly personal book, one of Europe s foremost contemporary philosophers confronts the theme of faith and religion.

He argues that there is a substantial link between the history of Christian revelation and the history of nihilism, in particular as the latter appears in the work of Nietzsche and Heidegger, Vattimo s philosophical specialty.

In this book, Plato also suggested that knowledge could be: tion or sensation, 2. true belief, and 3. true belief mega logou (accompanied by a rational account of itself or ground).

(Bencivegna, ) Nonetheless, it is generally assumed to be that ‘traditional’ theory of knowledge is “Justified true belief”. This is generally. The theologian and former biochemist Alister McGrath has written about transcendence and human perception his book The Open Secret: A New Vision for Natural Theology.

The sorts of experiences that might be labelled as ‘transcendent’ include a sense of ‘the numinous’: a significant feeling of being part of something ‘wholly other’. Book of the Transcendence offers a comprehensive vision of new time knowledge and its path into the next stage of human evolution.

This volume is packed with new information, new methods, and new forms of yoga or yogic discipline that help us bridge into galactic consciousness, which is governed by synchronicity.

he was absolutely certain the belief was false b. he could think of any possibility that the belief could be mistaken c. the truth or falsity of the belief had no important consequences d.

the belief did not conform to the accepted body of knowledge of his time. Knowledge, Belief, and God New Insights in Religious Epistemology Edited by Matthew A. Benton, John Hawthorne, and Dani Rabinowitz. Ground-breaking application of new work in epistemology to religious topics; Shows how philosophy of religion and epistemology can be mutually illuminating.

Belief and Knowledge. Perceiving and observing by a sentient being (and in many non-sentient mechanisms) produce output having some relationship to the state of the world outside the observer.

The characteristics of the output of the process serve as input to memory structures that store beliefs. A belief is an idea, or statement, that has one. Knowledge, Belief, and God: New Insights in Religious Epistemology, edited by Matthew A.

Benton, John Hawthorne, and Dani Rabinowitz, is not “philosophy for dummies.”It is for advanced analytic philosophers with full knowledge of probability theory and of transfinite set-theory. Within this framework Professor Armstrong offers a distinctive account of many of the main questions in general epistemology - the relations between beliefs and language, the notions of proposition, concept and idea, the analysis of truth, the varieties of knowledge, and the way in which beleifs and knowledge are supported by reasons.

The book Cited by:   Shagan’s book motivates us to re­assess belief. Not simply propositional knowledge, belief these days may look more like trust in the divine, a trust that inherently draws us into a body greater than ourselves. For Christians, that is a start for rethinking belief. Despite Plantinga’s pleasant writing style, it is hard to see Knowledge and Christian Belief as “user-friendly” to those unfamiliar with philosophy language and writing – this is a book for students and not leisurely nga’s position on epistemology and emphasis on whether Christian belief has warrant might also be confusing to those unfamiliar with his : Joshua Torrey.

About the Book:History of philosophical thinking evinces two different approaches while one excludes the other concentrates on man. The exploration of the meaning of man needs to take into account the made of emergence of man. The author in this work has made an attempt at elucidating the tow structures of human existence, subjectivity and relatedness, in the light of .Book Description.

Knowledge, from Plato onwards, has been considered in relation to justified belief. Current debate has centred around the nature of the justification and whether justified belief can be considered an internal or extenal matter.Evidence and Transcendence: Religious Epistemology and the God-World Relationship.

In this Book. the classic Enlightenment insistence on the need to provide evidence for anything that is put forward for belief; and the argument that all human knowledge is mediated by finite reality and thus no “knowledge” of a being interpreted as.