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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 ...
|Religion is the sole technique for the validating of values. - Tate, Allen Riches get |
their value from the mind of the possessor; they are blessings to those who know
how to use them, and curses to those who do not. - Terence The least of things ...
|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.
|For Eliot, only the Church provided the necessary structure for the |
institutionalization of religion; the ground of an adequate ethics could be nothing
but divine ... Religion, Tate observed, "is the sole technique for the validating of
|Religion is the sole technique for the validating of values." 28 The inquiry into the |
viability of Humanism without religion ended with Babbitt isolated, and hurt. His
retort to his critics was that the test of a religion is the behavior of its adherents, ...
|Religion is the sole technique for the validating of values. Why is it? The virtue of |
religion is its successful representation of the problem of evil. We have seen how
Mr. Foerster, wishing at once to cultivate natural human nature and to reject it, ...
|However, if the value of the whole Is not considered, the appraisal must clearly |
reflect that the value of the property being ... age, color, religion, gender, or
national origin or an assumption that racial, ethnic, or religious homogeneity Is
necessary to ... when applicable: (a) Value the site by an appropriate appraisal
method or technique; (b) Collect, verify, analyze, and ... parts of a property and
refrain from estimating the value of the whole solely by adding together the
individual values of ...
|The adherents of a religion are usually not aware that their religion has been |
shaped, and in some respects even determined, by these ... Even so, such
analyses, provided they are not made solely for reductionist purposes (22), must
be made and ... quality which is won by a factual and sympathetic approach that
excludes all subjectively held value- judgements. ... scrutinize each other's
materials, methods and techniques in a process of democratic interaction in order
to verify, falsify ...
|... his own views are in principle no more relevant than the religious beliefs which |
may have prompted an astronomer or a biologist ... with this sole limitation, the
inquiry conducted can be kept value-free. ... is my point — no matter how rigorous
the techniques of validation applied there will still be some interpretative latitude.