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The Nature of Philosophical Inquiry
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absolute achieved action actually already atheism aware become Bertrand Russell bias called coherence commitment concrete conflicting conformity contemporary context continually creative disclosed divine effort environment Erich Fromm existential exists experience fact final finds free response freedom function Gabriel Marcel genuine God's grasped habit heart hope human iconoclasm idea ideal individual integration intelligence interaction involved isolation John Macmurray Josef Pieper kind lives man-the man's matter Max Scheler means ment merely moral natural law nature never objective objectivizations one's ourselves particular past patterns person personal union philosophical inquiry philosophy possible practical pragmatism precisely presence problem question reality realm reason reflection relation relationship religious responsible agent Richard Niebuhr scientism seeks selfhood sense shape simply situation Situationists Small wonder stand subjectivism synthesis task Teilhard things thinker thought tion transcendence truth ultimate unity universal whole