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Possible Theological Interpretation Of The Materialist Rationalism And Theory Of Obligation Of Thomas Hobbes, A. Brandt Henderson Apr 1975

Possible Theological Interpretation Of The Materialist Rationalism And Theory Of Obligation Of Thomas Hobbes, A. Brandt Henderson

Philosophy Undergraduate Theses

Enlightened by Euclidian Geometry, that was the basis for an entire philosophical system, Thomas Hobbes remains today one of the most controversial figures of the Modern Era. Espousing a rationalistic, mechanistic, and materialist interpretation of the cosmos, Hobbes served as an inspiration to scientific thinkers and as a source of heresy to the institution of the Church. For almost three centuries, his thought has been interpreted as a closed system of an atheistic nature. From the pages of Hobbes' Leviathan, arises a system which he constructed as the most profound materialistic system in the world in regard to physics, biology ...


José Ortega Y Gasset And The Dilemma Of Modern Man, Thomas Bucaro Jan 1975

José Ortega Y Gasset And The Dilemma Of Modern Man, Thomas Bucaro

Master's Theses

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Immediate Experience And The Problem Of Expression: A Study In The Philosophy Of Bergson, Jeanne Priley Mclean Jan 1975

Immediate Experience And The Problem Of Expression: A Study In The Philosophy Of Bergson, Jeanne Priley Mclean

Dissertations

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Nietzsche's Philosophy Of Play, Lawrence M. Hinman Jan 1975

Nietzsche's Philosophy Of Play, Lawrence M. Hinman

Dissertations

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Transcendental Method And The Crisis Of Historicism, William Joseph Zanardi Jan 1975

Transcendental Method And The Crisis Of Historicism, William Joseph Zanardi

Dissertations

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A Philosophical Critique Of Certitude According To Newman, James William Lyons Jan 1975

A Philosophical Critique Of Certitude According To Newman, James William Lyons

Dissertations

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Hegel And The Concept Of Religion In Greek Tragedy, Barbara Scot Jan 1975

Hegel And The Concept Of Religion In Greek Tragedy, Barbara Scot

Dissertations and Theses

A parallel can be drawn in intellectual development between ancient Greece and late eighteenth century Europe concerning the secularization of the religious myth. This parallel is illustrated in a literary mode in Greece and in a philosophical mode in Europe. In both historical situations the intellectual development of a society was posited in a delicate balance of religious mythical interpretation of human existence and in a growing assertiveness of the self-consciousness of the individual. A significant point of analogy is the similarity of the Greek tragedians’ attempt to define man in relation to the gods and Hegel’s formulation of ...


Anne De Bretagne (1477-1514) And Music An Archival Study, Stephen Bonime Jan 1975

Anne De Bretagne (1477-1514) And Music An Archival Study, Stephen Bonime

Bryn Mawr College Dissertations and Theses

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The Influence Of Scottish Sentimentalist Ethical Theory On Thomas Jefferson's Philosophy Of Human Nature, William Parks Jan 1975

The Influence Of Scottish Sentimentalist Ethical Theory On Thomas Jefferson's Philosophy Of Human Nature, William Parks

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

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