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By Borden Parker Bowne

Основатель американской школы персонализма, философ и богослов Борден Паркер Боун выстраивает в этой книге систему теистического мировоззрения, построенную на идее Бога как высшей Личности, основы материального мира и источника законов нравственности.
Для религиоведов и историков философии.

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Основатель американской школы персонализма, философ и богослов Борден Паркер Боун выстраивает в этой книге систему теистического мировоззрения, построенную на идее Бога как высшей Личности, основы материального мира и источника законов нравственности.
Для религиоведов и историков философии.

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In this way sound and it has exposed itself partly quibbling, to criticism, partly and has undertaken im- It is a step forward to see that the not one of syllogistic rationalizing alone, but also and more profoundly one of life and humanity and its history. We do not purpose then to prove the divine existence, but rather to propose a solution of the problem which the world and life possible tasks. question is upon us, or to offer an interpretation of expeWe have no which the soul can rest. all the puzzles of metaclearing up of expectation physics.

It would be quite absurd to hold one responsible for belief, if it were always the passionless conclusion of But some beliefs express the believer a syllogism. himself, what he loves, what he stands for, what he desires to be. Such beliefs have personal and moral quality. Further, it is plain that all demonstration must be given up. thought of strict Demonstration is to the subjective and logical and can never attach to reality without some element of assumption. But this is as And, true for physical science as it is for religion.

Imitation and intellectual contagion. and by hearsay The of rigor community is the only safe standfor however the community short of perfection, it is commonly intellect of the ard for them intellect far wiser may to follow fall than the The sum is this ; intellect of the individual. : The mind is not a disinterested logic-machine, but a living organism, with manifold and tendencies. These outline its development, and furnish the driving power. The implicit aim in mental development is to recognize these interests, and make room for them, so that each shall have its proper field and object.

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