Reason & Faith: Philosophy in the Middle Ages (The Great Courses)

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Are philosophy and religion—reason and faith—fundamentally at odds? From today’s strict division between questions of logic and questions of belief, one might think so. But for 1,000 years during a pivotal era of Western thought, reason and faith went hand-in-hand in the search for answers to the most profound issues investigated by Christianity’s most committed […]

Great Ideas of Philosophy, 2nd Edition (The Great Courses)

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Humanity left childhood and entered the troubled but productive world when it started to criticize its own certainties and weigh the worthiness of its most secure beliefs. Thus began that “Long Debate” on the nature of truth, the scale of real values, the life one should aspire to live, the character of justice, the sources […]

Philosophy of Religion (The Great Courses)

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Can humans know whether the claim “God exists” is true or not? If so, how? If not, why not? Questions such as these have perplexed humans since the first moment we were capable of asking them. Now in Philosophy of Religion you can explore the questions of divine existence with the tools of epistemology, the […]

Philosophy and Religion in the West (The Great Courses)

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Acclaimed humanities teacher Phillip Cary explores thousands of years of deep reflection and brilliant debate over the nature of God, the human self, and the world. It’s a debate that serves as a vivid introduction to the rich and complex history shared by the West’s central religious and philosophical traditions. Whether you’re a believer, a […]

Philosophy, Religion, and the Meaning of Life (The Great Courses)

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What is the meaning of life? Is human existence meaningful or absurd? Is it even worth asking this kind of question? Anyone who has ever pondered these fundamental questions has an extraordinary adventure in store. In 36 inspiring lectures, award-winning Professor of Philosophy Francis J. Ambrosio fields the biggest of the “big” questions, in a […]

Philosophy, Religion, and the Meaning of Life (The Great Courses)

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What is the meaning of life? Is human existence meaningful or absurd? Is it even worth asking this kind of question? Anyone who has ever pondered these fundamental questions has an extraordinary adventure in store. In 36 inspiring lectures, award-winning Professor of Philosophy Francis J. Ambrosio fields the biggest of the “big” questions, in a […]

Philosophy of Religion (The Great Courses)

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Can humans know whether the claim “God exists” is true or not? If so, how? If not, why not? Questions such as these have perplexed humans since the first moment we were capable of asking them. Now in Philosophy of Religion you can explore the questions of divine existence with the tools of epistemology, the […]

Reason & Faith: Philosophy in the Middle Ages (The Great Courses)

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Are philosophy and religion—reason and faith—fundamentally at odds? From today’s strict division between questions of logic and questions of belief, one might think so. But for 1,000 years during a pivotal era of Western thought, reason and faith went hand-in-hand in the search for answers to the most profound issues investigated by Christianity’s most committed […]

Philosophy and Religion in the West (The Great Courses)

zane 0 Comments

Acclaimed humanities teacher Phillip Cary explores thousands of years of deep reflection and brilliant debate over the nature of God, the human self, and the world. It’s a debate that serves as a vivid introduction to the rich and complex history shared by the West’s central religious and philosophical traditions. Whether you’re a believer, a […]

Philosophy, Religion, and the Meaning of Life (The Great Courses)

zane 0 Comments

What is the meaning of life? Is human existence meaningful or absurd? Is it even worth asking this kind of question? Anyone who has ever pondered these fundamental questions has an extraordinary adventure in store. In 36 inspiring lectures, award-winning Professor of Philosophy Francis J. Ambrosio fields the biggest of the “big” questions, in a […]