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ANTIINTELLECTUALISM AND PATTERNS OF RATIONALITY
KANT ON TRANSCENDENT METAPHYSICS
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agnosticism analogical predicates Anselm Anselm's argument anthropomorphic anti-intellectualism assertion claim concerning contingent contradiction cosmological argument criterion demonstration of God's distinction divine doubt empirical essence existential explain false fideism finite God's existence Hence Hick Hick's idea ineffable Infinite intellect intelligible intentional object judgments Kant Kant's knowledge logical type Madhyamikas mathematics meaning ment merely metaphors metaphysical thinking metaphysicians modal argument modal logic mode of existence model of rationality nature necessarily exists necessarily true necessary non-existence notion object ontological argument ontological modality pattern of rationality pattern of reasoning perception philosophers possibility practical reason principle priori reasoning proof proposition God exists question rational theology rationally justified Reality reference regarded religion religious belief religious commitment religious experience religious response resemblance Samkara sense sense-experience sphere Spinoza Sri Aurobindo Substance tautology tence term theism theological statements theoretical reason things thought tion transcendent metaphysics truth ultimate unconditional commitment understand understood validity wholly yeti