Theodicy sentence example

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  • Thus they presented in fact a theodicy, a rudimentary philosophy of religion.
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  • Others find in the gospel of redemption the true theodicy.
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  • Beside the Dilucidationes, he wrote: - De harmonia animi et corporis humani commentatio (Frankfort and Leipzig, 1735; Tubingen, 1741); De origine et permissione mall (1724), an account of the Leibnitzian theodicy.
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  • To say predestination is thus not only to say God; it is also to say Theodicy.
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  • The major frameworks include sociobiology, theodicy, political realism and ' the clash of civilizations ' .
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  • The Irenaean theodicy justifies evil as being soul making, while the Augustinian form puts evil down to the exercise of human free will.
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  • The major frameworks include sociobiology, theodicy, political realism and ' the clash of civilizations '.
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  • This atheism is profoundly theological, for the theodicy question -- If there is a good God, why all this evil?
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  • In other words, is the form of Old Testament complaint unnecessary for linguistically mastering the theodicy problem today?
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  • In his Theodicy Leibnitz argues, like not a few predecessors, that this universe must be regarded as the best of all possible universes.
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  • This theodicy of Cousin laid him open obviously enough to the charge of pantheism.
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  • Cousin made no reply to Hamilton's criticism beyond alleging that Hamilton's doctrine necessarily restricted human knowledge and certainty to psychology and logic, and destroyed metaphysics by introducing nescience and uncertainty into its highest sphere - theodicy.
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  • His most important works, all of which were written in French, are: Lettre sur la sculpture (1769), in which occurs the well-known definition of the Beautiful as "that which gives us the greatest number of ideas in the shortest space of time"; its continuation, Lettre sur les desirs (1770); Lettre sur l'homme et ses rapports (1772), in which the "moral organ" and the theory of knowledge are discussed; Sopyle (1778), a dialogue on the relation between the soul and the body, and also an attack on materialism; Aristee (1779), the "theodicy" of Hemsterhuis, discussing the existence of God and his relation to man; Simon (1787), on the four faculties of the soul, which are the will, the imagination, the moral principle (which is both passive and active); Alexis (1787), an attempt to prove that :here are three golden ages, the last being the life beyond the grave; Lettre sur l'atheisme (1787).
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  • (c) Theodicy - the tradition of Leibnitz is preserved (on libertarian lines) by Martineau (A Study of Religion, 1883).
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