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Improvising Inside The Whole Story, Syd Hielema Sep 2001

Improvising Inside The Whole Story, Syd Hielema

Pro Rege

This paper was presented to the B. J. Haan Education Conference held at Dordt College in March 2001.


Orthodoxy And Democracy: Sophiological Themes In The Philosophy Of Nikolai Losskii, Mikhail Sergeev Apr 2001

Orthodoxy And Democracy: Sophiological Themes In The Philosophy Of Nikolai Losskii, Mikhail Sergeev

Occasional Papers on Religion in Eastern Europe

No abstract provided.


The Ascent From Modernity: Solzhenitsyn On "Repentance And Self-Limitation In The Life Of Nations", Daniel J. Mahoney Jan 2001

The Ascent From Modernity: Solzhenitsyn On "Repentance And Self-Limitation In The Life Of Nations", Daniel J. Mahoney

Political Science Department Faculty Works

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The Epistemic Status Of Value-Cognition In Max Scheler's Philosophy Of Religion, Todd Gooch Dec 2000

The Epistemic Status Of Value-Cognition In Max Scheler's Philosophy Of Religion, Todd Gooch

Todd Gooch

The following paper was written in response to a call for papers addressing "The Role of the Emotions in Religious Reasoning," and was presented to the Philosophy of Religion Group of the American Academy of Religion in Nashville, Tennessee on November 21, 2000. Whatever else might be said about it, Scheler's treatment of this theme is among the most original to have been articulated by any major twentieth-century philosopher. The paper is divided into two parts. The first part examines Scheler's views on religion in relation to his broader philosophical project. The second part seeks to determine the ...