Contingent Divinity: The Golden Calf of the Universe

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  1. Nicholas says:

    It would be very interesting to know how a Christian Traditionalist perceptive would account for and combat the findings of post-Darwinian scientific research, especially those done in neuroscience which have as of late has been doing away with concepts such as ‘self’, ‘intentionality’, and ‘meaning’.

    https://rsbakker.wordpress.com/2015/06/05/the-case-against-humanism-writing-after-the-death-of-meaning/

    If anything, this would be the most formidable challenge to such perspectives currently available, quite apart from any ‘nihilistic philosophy’ or Gnostic theological teaching.

  2. Nicholas says:

    it would be worth looking at the comment section of that article or some of the author’s other articles for further clarifications if needed.

  3. Nicholas says:

    Oops, the first paragraph turned out to be a typographic and grammatical disaster; here’s a corrected version:

    It would be very interesting to know how a Christian Traditionalist perspective would account for and combat the findings of post-Darwinian scientific research, especially that done in neuroscience which has as of late been all-the-more confidently doing away with concepts such as ‘self’, ‘intentionality’, and ‘meaning’.

    • Malić says:

      Don’t worry abot typos. No spelling police is allowed on KT. The author of article has been notified and hopefully will answer your querry.

  4. Nicholas says:

    Very much appreciated

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