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|ceived, philosophy constitutes an alternative to metaphysics in the sense that |
knowledge of being constitutes the antithesis of ... Reality is not such that, by
overstepping the limits of possible experience, it is always missed by knowledge
and must ... thus furnishes the basis for refuting the Kantian notion that in order
for knowledge to be critical, objects must conform to our ... is determined by the
thing known, this provides a point of entrance to exposing 10 Knowledge,
|Religious Experience in the Knowledge Economy Jeremy Carrette. globalization |
and identity politics, the focus shifts; critique must now become a more dynamic
struggle against absolute economy and its related absolute knowledge, ... a new
sociopolitical environment of what hasbecome known asthe 'knowledgeeconomy'
; the situation whereknowledge (not ... order.The old industrialdiscipline of the
psychology of religion, asit emerged fromthe 1890s, is now–like psychology,
|While the empiricists believed that all our knowledge must conform to the objects |
that it experiences, Kant— like ... of the sensible impressions into that knowledge
of objects which is entitled experience? in the order of time, therefore, we have ...
|That first, immediate apprehension does not, it is true, lay hold on all the |
knowledge about God which we might like to have, but it suffices to ... Further
knowledge must wait upon intellectual labour. ... In order to do full justice to
Professor Hocking's argument for mysticism, it would be ... than what he is : it is
the age-long problem of religion to bring to light the deeper characters of this
fundamental experience. ... Substance is known as Subject: reality from the
beginning is known as God.
|Self-recognitive knowledge constantly gives way to the obscurity and vitality of |
experience, where spirit is plunged into ... spirit must perpetually sacrifice the
provisional coherence and specious ideality of its knowledge to the vital obscurity
, suffering, and contingency of experience in order to know and be known afresh,
in a knowledge that keeps pace with its life. ... Here, in the first place, the spirit in
which I recognize myself is all-encompassing, like the divine in revelatory religion
|He must be able to say, "I now experience something like a spiritual being that |
manifests itself. I must ... One must have absolute presence of mind in order to
experience this higher degree of supersensible knowledge, which is something ...
|We must all believe in the Holy Ghost—you be a Christian, Muslim, or Buddhist; |
religion is one. ... These have guided mankind in every aspect of thinking,
intellectual development, and order in society. Find time ... And the second is like
|Kant, as we know, fixed the limit of knowledge in the determination of the world |
as consisting in a number of objects, none of ... Hence, in order to show even the
possibility of immortality, freedom and the existence of God, we have, according
to Kant, ... in a realm beyond the known world, and to base their reality upon a "
faith " which can never become knowledge. ... is to transcend the boundaries of
legitimate knowledge, and hypostatize the mere “ form ” in which our experience
|On this understanding of religion, religious belief differs from the kind of |
knowledge that we attribute to science, to philosophical interpretations of
experience, or even to common sense. Knowledge in these cases has to do with
... Even statements about the existence of God must be understood in this way.
What religion does provide "is ... 46 In this way, religion is like art in that it offers
no additional truth, but opens up whole worlds to be explored. Randall
acknowledges a difference ...
Jim Kanaris - 2002 - 200 pages
|The direct response of Lonergan to the question whether one must enter into the |
domain of religious experience to attain an ... If actual knowledge of God,
supported by something like religious experience (whether of the peak or high-