Scientific and primordial knowing
This book is an investigation into the Western philosophical tradition to determine the balance struck between the knowing of science, and a more personal, intuitive, preconceptual or primordial knowing.
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abstract Anal apodictic Aristotelian Aristotle Aristotle's Augustine Augustine's beginning Bernard Lonergan Bonaventure Christian cited hereinafter clear cognitional Coll conceptual and primordial conceptual knowing conclusion concrete consequently constitutes deductive definition demonstration Descartes dialectic dialogue discourse distinction divine elements epistemology esthetic example existence experience expression fact faith Finally further grasp Hegel human knowing Ibid idea II-II imagination implies insight intellect intelligence intuitive knowing intuitive reason judgment Kant Kant's kinds of knowing known Lect logical Lonergan mathematics meaning metaphysics method mind mode moral mystical myth nature object particular person Phaedrus philosophy Plato Posterior Analytics Practical Reason precisely primordial and conceptual primordial knowing principles prior Pure Reason question rational rational psychology reality Religion scientific knowing scientific knowledge sense singular Socrates soul speaking Summa syllogism symbol theology theory theory of forms things Thomas Aquinas thought tradition true truth understanding universal Whitehead wisdom words