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Gândire şi comunicare sub arcadele creştinismului – Augustin, Pascal, Descartes

Publication: Studia Universitatis Petru Maior. Philologia, 17, p. 45
Publisher:Universitatea Petru Maior
Place:Târgu Mureș
Abstract:The complex phenomena of thought and communication, seen from the view point of Christian ideas, were imposed, first, in the Roman Empire, including then, in the Middle Ages and in modern times, the whole of Europe and a good part of the civilized world. World, Man, Truth and God – are favorite themes of Christian philosopher Aurelius Augustine, as a „method” for explaining and understanding of faith in terms of reason. Reaching the circle of divine goodness and forbearance and understanding of human sensitivity as „thinking reed” – is the essence of the reflections of physicist, philosopher and geometer Blaise Pascal. And the „methodical doubt” of René Descartes establishes the principles underlying modern rationalism, but only after the French thinker makes – in his philosophical discourse – a simple demonstration of the existence of God as perfect being differing from the human individual by the well known imperfections of the human being.
Key words:thought, philosophical discourse, method, principle, rationalism
Language: Romanian

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