5. Science and philosophy
4. Can Philosophy Change the World? Critique, praxis, emancipation
From Classical Thought to the Modern Day
2. Reason and revelation
The three Abrahamic religions, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, agree in recognizing a single God who is the source for the existence of all other things, and who has revealed His will to us through a line of prophets. But how should we understand God as a being transcendent beyond all others? What is the nature of the causality He exercised in creating the universe? How does the knowledge granted to the prophet relate to the sort of knowledge available to other humans? If the prophet is also the leader of a community, how does his religious
A Very Short Introduction
2. Plato's name, and other matters
1. Lost words, forgotten worlds
In 2005 the Greek Ministry for Tourism published an advertisement that urged: LIVE YOUR MYTH IN GREECE.
Stephen Mumford and Rani Lill Anjum
1. The problem: what's the matter with causation?