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|Yet, to require that all of reality conform to our ability to understand is to limit |
reality to categories that our human minds have predetermined and to recognize
no authority higher than human reason. To adopt this as a philosophy in life is to
|over the higher principles and laws of our human nature than it is to claim |
authority over the winds and the waves. ... If I must worship as One from above
the man who walks in the name of God the streets of Capernaum, I need no
|However, I would not support opening the boarders in a time of major economic |
troubles or under current welfare status. If boarders ... Individuals then should
recognize no authority higher than their own judgment of truth, reality and
|It is not too much of an exaggeration to regard the dominant intellectual |
presumption of the West today as being that there is no reality beyond what is
discovered by natural science and no authority or good higher than the freedom
of the ...
|Consequently, the authority of civil government is itself no more secure than |
person and property in a state of nature, in so far as respect for both is but a ...
Indeed, the ultimate inability of civil government to have a recognized reality any
|Paul does not understand that besides the authority vested in the devil; he is |
putty in the hands of the super authority of ... Jesus reinforced that idea by saying
that his authority was higher than all authority and by always claiming that he
|And, though no empirical actuality can ever be the absolute reality, it is the time |
and space form of the process towards this ... The new-born babe is a higher
degree of reality than the unborn foetus; the child and the man higher forms than
|Formally only one of more than a dozen consuls-general, and possessing no |
higher attribute or authority than any of his colleagues, he is in reality, as the
exponent of the wishes of what is in reality the protecting Power, the ultimate
authority in ...
|29 In such a country, the "natural" course of action would be to do as one likes, |
consulting no authority higher than one's ... The reality of human existence as
defined by Ellison is that we are surrounded by chaos, which means that all
|These are generally, though by no means always, accepted as authoritative, but |
both they and the more conventional forms of ... 92 This would seem to challenge
the traditional hierarchy, in which verbal authority is higher than perception.