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Notes on Berkouwer’s anthropology

From his Man: The Image of God On the broader/narrower distinction: man, despite his fall, was not beastialized (38).  By narrower man lost his communion with God. the broader sense reminds us of what was not lost in the fall. … Continue reading

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Dooyeweerd and Thomism, some notes

This is from the first 28 pages of New Critique of Theoretical Thought vol 3. Critique of Thomist metaphysics Substance: possessing a permanence unaffected by change (Dooyeweerd 4). Our experience of the identity of a thing is always temporal. Dooyeweerd claims … Continue reading

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Review of Reformation Scholasticism (Dooyeweerd)

Identifying this book is tricky.  I am reviewing Herman Dooyeweerd’s Reformation and Scholasticism volume 1.   Paideia Press, an otherwise outstanding publisher, has released what appears to be several volumes under similar titles.  This volume only covers up to Aristotle (but … Continue reading

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Frame: Kant

Most important chapter in the book.  I will have to break this into several posts. Noumena and Phenomena “our most basic knowledge comes…by the mind’s impressing it on the world” (Frame 256). The mind structures the concepts of experience. Kant’s … Continue reading

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A nonexistent interview I did a while back

This interview never happened.  It is between me and myself.  On a more serious note, I have noticed that my philosophical readings do not fit into any specific category.  That is good, I suppose, since “joining a school” is not … Continue reading

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