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Kant and the Finite Absolute
Hegel and the Immanent Absolute
Feuerbach and the Apotheosis of Man
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A. J. Ayer absolute spirit achieved affirmation affirmation of God anthropocentric appraisal argued argument from contingency assertion authentic basic belief causality Christian claims conception concrete consciousness constitutes contemporary atheism context creative critique of religion Descartes empirical empiricism envisaged exigencies existence existence of God existential existentialist experience explanation expression fact Feuerbach finite and infinite finitude fundamental Hegel Hence historical human alienation human freedom human nature human subjectivity Ibid ideal illusion individual intelligent intrinsically involves Kant Kant's knowledge logical logical positivism man's Marx Marx's meaning and value meaningful merely Merleau-Ponty metaphysical necessary object ontological ontological argument Philosophy of Religion positive positive science positivism positivistic naturalism possible predicates presumption principle problem proof radical rational realisation realissimum reality reflection religious Sartre scientific secular seeks sense significance simply social society species speculative supreme theistic theology thought tion traditional transcendent true truth ultimate universe viewpoint virtue