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THEOLOGY AND LANGUAGE
TRANSCENDENTAL THOMISM 1
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A. N. Whitehead absolute affirm approach to theism Aquinas argue assertion attributes Austin Farrer awareness basic believe Berger Bernard Lonergan Boyce Gibson Catholic causality Charles Hartshorne Christian classical theism conceived concept contingent Coreth cosmological cosmological argument creatures Descartes Dewart discussion divine doctrine empirical ence essence existential experience extra-mental fact faith Gifford Lectures God's existence grace grasp ground Hartshorne human ibid idealist Incarnation infinite intellect intelligible Kant Karl Rahner knowledge language linguistic logical Lonergan man's means merely metaphysical mind natural theology necessary Nevertheless notion object ontological argument perceive perception philosophical physical possible principle problem Process and Reality Proslogion purely question rational realist reality realm reason recognise relation religion religious revelation self-existent sense simply St Anselm St Thomas statements supernatural temporal theologians things thinkers Thomist thought timeless tion traditional transcendent transcendental truth understanding Whitehead words writes