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Modelling of Rationality...and Beyond the Physics

By: Gh. C. Dinulescu

...espect to such an approach, the theologian Marin Stefånescu stated in his ″Christian Philosophy″: < To be realistic does not mean to be materialistic... ...ly to confer a character of science even to religion, more precisely, to Christianity, the MESER concept brings forth logical arguments that foresha... ...which a character of divine revelation is attributed, and included by the Christianity in the system of the Ten Commandments, are most likely, the c... ...fic nomenclature must be revised in order to be consistent with the usual terminology. The Möbius strip, that sort of curved geometrical surface wit... ... to be counterbalance. Even the text of one of the fundamental prayers of Christianity, ″Our Father″, states: «…and do not lead us into temptation», ... ...ciating a mathematical connotation (of limitation- boundedness), to this terminology of Hasdeu, the unboundedness theory integrates itself into the... ... surprisingly compliant with the standards of natural morals specific for Christianity, when Christianity had not emerged, not even on The Holy Lan...

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Speculations and Physics

By: Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.

...980) Memory is a complete conscious state and it is reconstructed as such. In our terminology: the structure is hologramic and fractal-like. Laz... ...nance. Eisen It is the similarity of meanings which encourages memorizing. In my terminology: structures belong to the same hyperstructures or ne... ...isingly, many of the first spiritualists were ministers and other functionaries of Christian Churches. Three historic developments contributed to t... ...pologies and predictions. A scientific theory should resort to primitive (atomic) terminology and all its complex (derived) terms and concepts sho... ...ribed with ones and zeroes, etc.) it is really a software application, in today's terminology. It carries out instructions, reads and writes, coun... ...ips between objects and persons, or persons and persons. Some religions (Hinduism, Christian Science) shrug it off as an illusion, the outcome of o... ...occur it merely limns the limitations of our contemporary knowledge. To use Hume's terminology: it is never a miracle, merely a marvel (or an extra...

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Kabbalah, Science and the Meaning of Life

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...er teachings, nor do I wish to discuss any religion, be it Hinduism, Judaism, Christian- ity, or Islam. After all, why deal with religion when we can... ...m K A B B A L A H , S C I E N C E , A N D T H E M E A N I N G O F L I F E 212 Christian Konrad Sprengel (1750–1816) A German botanist and teacher who... ...ist and scientist, designed to intro- duce readers to the special language and terminology of the Kab- balah. Here, Rav Laitman reveals authentic Kabb...

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A Modern Utopia

By: H. G. Wells

...ell me of the remarkable precisions, the encyclopaedic quality of chemical terminology, and at the word terminology I should insinuate a comment on th... ...ever general terms, of providing for the endless mysteries of the future a terminology and an idiom! We follow the vein, we mine and accumulate our tr... ... was not specifically of differ- ent race. But this is a Utopia as wide as Christian charity, and white and black, brown, red and yellow, all tints of... ...ernment, and the State. Plato and Campanella—for all that the latter was a Christian priest— carried communism to its final point and prescribed even ... ...mpis and Saint Augustin’s City of God that we must seek for the Utopias of Christianity. *Chapter the Seventh, section 6. 198 A Modern Utopia In the ... ...ies, the general tendency of progressive thought was at one with the older Christian tradition which ignored “race,” and the aim of the expansive libe... ...in- terwoven with this anglicising tendency, which was also, by the bye, a Christianising tendency, was a strong disposition, derived from the Roussea...

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Memorials and Other Papers

By: Thomas de Quincey

... And the local government, being indignantly summoned to interfere by some Christian strangers, had declined to do so, on the plea that the man was ma... ... the slender modification of In- dian manners as yet effected by the Papal Christianization of those countries, and in the neighborhood of a river-sys... ...st to be regretted, in a matter deeply affecting the bishop’s can- dor and Christian charity, namely, a controversial correspon- dence with a Somerset... ...and in these words: “Jeremy T aylor, the most eloquent and the subtlest of Christian philosophers, was the son of a barber, and the son-in-law of a ki... ...an, where some officers, wishing to impress Akhbar Khan with the beauty of Christianity, very judiciously re- peated to him the Lord’s Prayer and the ... ...ages, but did not allow for profits; and thus, according to the Malthusian terminology, expressed the cost but not the value of a thing. What was Mr. ...

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The Magic Skin

By: Honoré de Balzac

...people, passed in review before him like the cloudy faces of a dream. Then Christian Rome predominated in his vision. A painter had laid heaven open; ... ...rought away with him from this visit, all of science that man can grasp, a terminology to wit. Lavrille, the worthy man, was very much like Sancho Pan... ...out daring to communicate their thoughts. The learned pair looked like two Christians who had issued from their tombs to find no God in the heavens. S... ...is slightly stooping shoulders, revealed an apostolic nature, and spoke of Christian charity and of the self-sacrifice of a man, who, out of sheer dev...

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Democracy and Education

By: John Dewey

... oral or written reproduction. The scope of coordination (to use our prior terminology) is extremely limited. The connec- tions which are employed in ... ...ious development of all the powers of personal- ity” or in the more recent terminology of “social effi- ciency.” All this reinforces the statement whi... .... The signs are intended only to stand for things and acts. But scientific terminology has an additional use. It is de- signed, as we have seen, not t... ...he technique for the thing it- 293 John Dewey self; the apparatus and the terminology for reality, the method for its subject matter. Science does co... ...Chap- ter XVIII.) The present discussion is simply a formula- tion, in the terminology of philosophy, of various anti- thetical conceptions involved i... ...orld. Such periods have recurred in history. In the early centuries of the Christian era, the influential moral systems of Sto- icism, of monastic and... ... era, the influential moral systems of Sto- icism, of monastic and popular Christianity and other re- 356 Democracy & Education ligious movements of ...

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