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There were a number of strands in conciliarist thought. Hodjati, Seyyed Mohammad Ali, “Kâtibî on the Rlation of Opposition of Concepts,” History and Philosophy of Logic, 29.3 (2008): 207-21. In this way we learn to endure all the twists and turns of fate. "Have you not received the inner powers with which to endure all that comes to pass?" he asked. "Do you not have greatness of heart, courage, fortitude?" Themes such as epistemic justification, rationality, faith, skepticism, foundationalism, postmodernity, and truth are central to this course, as are the religious epistemologies of Christian philosophers like Richard Swinburne and Alvin Plantinga.

Pages: 220

Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic; 1 edition (November 1, 2008)

ISBN: 1847062857

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