The Power Of Logic

Author: Frances Howard-Snyder
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9780078038198
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This fifth edition of The Power of Logic offers an introduction to informal logic, traditional categorical logic, and modern symbolic logic.

Looseleaf For The Power Of Logic

Author: Daniel Howard-Snyder
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
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This fifth edition of The Power of Logic offers an introduction to informal logic, traditional categorical logic, and modern symbolic logic.

Bertrand Russell History Of Philosophy Ethics Education Religion And Politics

Author: A. D. Irvine
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415130547
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His position is that the power of logic, and the insight that it affords us into
mathematics, ought to persuade us to accept the metaphysical presuppositions
on which logic rests. Russell's position here is closely connected with another
issue which I have mentioned in passing: the fact that for him logic is (what we
would call) higher-order logic, and first-order logic not even a natural fragment of
logic. To put the point a different way: for Russell, higher-order logic is implicit in
first-order logic ...

Approaching Philosophy Of Religion

Author: Anthony C. Thiselton
Publisher: SPCK
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Linguistic analysis is now an older, perhaps slightly dated, term often associated
with logical positivism and early Oxford philosophy, to denote a logical analysis
of language. Nowadays the term linguistic ... Max Black provides a classic
definition. He wrote, 'A memorable metaphor has the power to bring two separate
domains into cognitive and emotional relation by using language directly
appropriate to the one as a lens for seeing the other' (Models and Metaphors,
1962, p. 236).

The National Element In Hermann Cohen S Philosophy And Religion

Author: Hartwig Wiedebach
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This leads to the next question: where does the power for such a realization lie?
Cohen clearly did not deny the power of the enemies of morality. to see
nationality as the ethical power of the 'people of a state' (Staatsvolk)—that was
his attempt to answer the question, how, despite this enemy power, the ethical
purpose can be realized in history. 3.1 People and Nation i let us first take
another look at the Logic ofPure Knowledge. it assigns the concept of the Volk or
people ...

Identity And Difference

Author: Philip T. Grier
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791471685
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Contributors draw on Hegel’s account of identity and difference to challenge conventional theories of identity.

New Perspectives On Hegel S Philosophy Of Religion

Author: David Kolb
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 1438409494
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7 In other words, the Enlightenment's principle of finite human subjectivity is
insufficient to regenerate the unifying power, the normative content of philosophy,
religion and politics.18 The Enlightenment's formal individualistic rationalism is
itself a source of alienation, and is unable to overcome it. Towards. a. Sketch. of.
Hegel's. Alternative. Hegel's logic replaces and reformulates classical objectivist
metaphysics as well as the subjective metaphysics of modernity. Every category
of the ...

Journey To God

Author: Marian Barasch
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Philosophy, using the power of logic, is trying to explain the meaning of life.
Religion, using various dogmas, is promising conditional access to eternity.
Nirvana is promised by Buddhist philosophy for the pure spirit, while the union
with Universal Consciousness is promised in Hinduism. The monotheistic
religions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam present immortal— ity in various
ways. According to Jewish tradition, the most important task of every human
being is to follow God in this ...

Philosophy Of Religion In The Renaissance

Author: Mr Paul Richard Blum
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
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Chapter 5 Humanism Applied to Language, Logic and Religion: Lorenzo Valla Is
it possible to renew piety through grammar? Lorenzo Valla tried to do exactly this.
From his research into the history and structure of human language — Greek and
Latin, specifically — he concluded that words and their usage gain access to the
understanding of the human soul and its relationship to God. Human speech is
certainly natural, Valla observed, but its meaning is a matter of convention.

Twentieth Century Western Philosophy Of Religion 1900 2000

Author: Eugene Thomas Long
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401140642
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The power, authority andglory of the Creator are not discerneduntilwe respondto
them, untilwe take them upin a group of selfinvolving onlookswhich make upa
religious wayoflife. In speaking ofthe meaning of ... He isonly tryingtomake
explicit the self involvement of religious language. “Onlooks arenot mere ...
Inthecase oftheology this means that we must show thekindof situationthat
illuminates theological discourse, and make clear the logic ofreligious assertions.
In1957 Ramsey ...