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|for acquiring them; and such a technique, they will reflect, is morally identical with |
the values themselves." Literature cannot substitute for religion, Tate declared. It
was a ... For Tate religion was the "sole technique for the validating of values.
|was "a great mistake to suppose that Humanism is a real substitute for religion," |
for in their critique of Romanticism, the ... "Religion is the sole technique for the
validating of values," he explained.203 Eliot, who had only two years previously ...
|Instead, both he and Eliot now seemed to believe that the humanism and religion |
debate, like the earlier controversy over ... 'The Fallacy of Humanism' (July 1919l,
which proposed that 'religion is the sole technique for the validating of values' ...
|For all "objective" religions are distinguished by the possession of a technique, or |
method, for acquiring or validating values; — in fact, "objective religion-in-general
" is a technique, and, what is more, "the sole technique", for this purpose.
John M. Bradbury - 1958 - 300 pages
|Babbitt, he said, tried to "make humanism . . . work without religion," imagining "|
that the 'outer' restraints of an orthodox religion, as they weaken, can be supplied
by the ... "Religion," he concludes, "is the sole technique for validating values.
|The conceptions of the Soul, Freedom, Immortality, and God are the intractable |
residues of science. ... It is that, fundamentally, religion never can hope for
scientific validation and justification unless science shall change her present
methods, or add to them new methods ... religion is a legitimate and necessary
form of human activity, that its right to exist and its supreme value for men is not to
be called in ...
|Statesmen of the Soul Gerard M. Gallucci ... This entails the belief, basic to magic |
and religion, that the cosmic order can be directly influenced through the action of
... By these methods of “control” men seek to gain influence over God and Nature.
32 Illusion offers such control through ... through submission to a pantheon of
human-like gods who validate the values of an earthy, even sensuous, culture.
Uversa Press - 2003 - 2196 pages
|6 Reason is the proof of science, faith the proof of religion, logic the proof of |
philosophy, but revelation is validated only by human experience ... The religious
man who finds God in nature has already and first found this same personal God
in his own soul. ... soul trust and assurance of which you become conscious as
the way of salvation, the technique of the survival of personality and all those
|... penitence, compassion, and frugality are illustrative of the values and beliefs |
whereby man could save his soul from the ... The inner religious aspects of
mysticism and the private nature of one's own experience make it very subjective
and individual. ... Thus while recognizing man's power to reason, romanticism
does not yield solely to the sovereignty of reason, ... search for truth is based on
the rational processes but whose validation of truth is based on sensing and
Thomas M. Brinthaupt, Richard P. Lipka - 1994 - 373 pages
|Philosophies, Techniques, and Experiences Thomas M. Brinthaupt, Richard P. |
Lipka ... argue that "basic constructive personality change . . . seems to require
fundamental modifications in the ideologies and value systems ... Therapeutic
responses to the religious self should be guided solely by the rational and
empirical approaches of the social sciences. ... evidence presumably would
validate his further contention that "the contradiction which religion offers to both
is all too palpable.