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Author by : Jeremy Stangroom Languange Used : en Release Date : 2006-02-09 Publisher by : Bloomsbury Publishing ISBN : 9781441161925 File Size : 41,6 Mb Total Download : 655
Truth has always been a central preoccupation of philosophy in allits forms and traditions. Yet in the late twentieth century truth became suddenly rather unfashionable. The precedence given to assortedpolitical and ideological agendas, along with the rise of relativism, postmodernism and pseudoscience in academia, led to a decline both of truth as a serious subject, and an intellectual tradition thatbegan with the Enlightenment. Why Truth Matters is a timely, incisive and entertaining look at how and why modern thought and culture lost sight of the importance of truth. It is also an eloquent
Author by : Jeff Haley Languange Used : en Release Date : 2017-09-01 Publisher by : Pitchstone Publishing (US&CA) ISBN : 9781634311274 File Size : 43,6 Mb Total Download : 475
Religions are a natural outgrowth of the intuitive ways of knowing that evolved with human culture. Though many people continue to find value in religious identity and community, intuitive knowledge has been eclipsed by a more effective way of knowing—the scientific way. A better way of relating religion to politics called secularism is gradually replacing theocracy. Once you understand and accept the scientific way of knowing and this preferred relationship of church and state, you become agnostic and secular—even if you continue to identify with and participate in religion.As Jeff T. Hal
Author by : Ophelia Benson Languange Used : en Release Date : 2009-07-21 Publisher by : A&C Black ISBN : 9780826498267 File Size : 42,7 Mb Total Download : 649
This book explores the role that religion and culture play in the oppression of women. Ophelia Benson and Jeremy Stangroom ask probing questions about the way that religion shields the oppression of women from criticism and why many Western liberals, leftists and feminists have remained largely silent on the subject. Does God Hate Women? explores instances of the oppression of women in the name of religious and cultural norms and how these issues play out both in the community and in the political arena. Drawing on philosophical concerns such as truth, relativism, knowledge and ethics, Benson