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  1. Rationalism, Platonism and God: A Symposium on Early Modern Philosophy (Proceedings of the British Academy)
  2. Process-Relational Philosophy: An Introduction to Alfred North Whitehead by C. Robert Mesle, 2008-03-01
  3. A Companion to Rationalism (Blackwell Companions to Philosophy)
  4. The Renaissance and 17th Century Rationalism: Routledge History of Philosophy Volume 4
  5. Reason in Philosophy: Animating Ideas by Robert B. Brandom, 2009-10-01
  6. Greek Tragedy and Political Philosophy: Rationalism and Religion in Sophocles' Theban Plays by Peter J. Ahrensdorf, 2009-04-06
  7. Between Rationalism and Empiricism: Selected Papers in the Philosophy of Physics by Erhard Scheibe, 2002-12-06
  8. A Philosophers Apprentice: In Karl Poppers Workshop. (Series in the Philosophy of Karl R. Popper and Critical Rationalism) by Joseph Agassi, 2008-11-22
  9. The Cultural Space of the Arts and the Infelicities of Reductionism (Columbia Themes in Philosophy, Social Criticism, and the Arts) by Joseph Margolis, 2010-04-22
  10. Origins of Logical Empiricism (Minnesota Studies in the Philosophy of Science)
  11. Understanding Rationalism (Understanding Movements in Modern Thought) by Charlie Huenemann, 2008-07-30
  12. Reading Bayle (Toronto Studies in Philosophy) by Thomas M. Lennon, 1999-08-07
  13. Rationalism in Greek Philosophy by Professor George Boas, 1961-11-01
  14. Criticism and the History of Science: Kuhn'S, Lakatos's and Feyerabend's Criticisms of Critical Rationalism (Philosophy of History and Culture) by Gunnar Andersson, 1994-07

1. Rationalism - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
In epistemology and in its modern sense, rationalism is any view appealing to reason as a source of knowledge or justification (Lacey 286). In more technical terms it is a method or
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article is about the philosophical method, position, theory, or view. For other uses, see Rationalism (disambiguation) This article may contain original research . Please improve it by verifying the claims made and adding references . Statements consisting only of original research may be removed. More details may be available on the talk page (October 2010) This article's citation style may be unclear . The references used may be made clearer with a different or consistent style of citation footnoting , or external linking (December 2008) In epistemology and in its modern sense, rationalism is "any view appealing to reason as a source of knowledge or justification" (Lacey 286). In more technical terms it is a method or a theory "in which the criterion of the truth is not sensory but intellectual and deductive " (Bourke 263). Different degrees of emphasis on this method or theory lead to a range of rationalist standpoints, from the moderate position "that reason has precedence over other ways of acquiring knowledge" to the more extreme position that reason is "the unique path to knowledge" (Audi 771). Given a pre-modern understanding of reason, "rationalism" is identical to philosophy , the Socratic life of inquiry, or the zetetic interpretation of authority (open to the underlying or essential cause of things as they appear to our sense of certainty). In recent decades

2. The A Priori Argument Against Rationalism « Philosophy Sucks!
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3. History, India: Indian Philosophy, Culture, Language, Scripts, Logic, Physiology
History of rational philosophy, scientific method, epistomology and technology in ancient India.
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Philosophy and Science in Ancient India Rational philosophy, scientific observation, inference and analysis; ethics in society:- Development of Philosophical Thought and Scientific Method in Ancient India Upanishadic philosophy, Secularism, the rational schools of Nyaya Vaisheshika, Nyaya epistomology, Dialectics in Nature, the atomic theories of the Jains and Buddhists: Philosophical Development from Upanishadic Theism to Scientific Realism Decimal System in Harappa and Mohenjodaro (Indus Saraswati civilization), accurate weights and measures; Vedic texts; various schools of Indian mathematics; Pioneering mathematical discoveries and inventions, calculus formulas; relationship with astronomy; Export of Indian mathematical theories, translations; Importance of Indian mathematics: History of Mathematics in India Study of Physics and Chemistry; Theories about Heat and Elementary Particles; Wave Nature of Sound and Light; Types of Motion; Physical Phenomenon such as Elasticity, Viscosity, Surface Tension, Magnetism etc; Comparisons with European Science after the 13th C:

4. MODERN PHILOSOPHY: The Philosophy Of Rationalism
THE PHILOSOPHY OF RATIONALISM. The prejudice shared by Rationalism and Empiricism is that man does not know things directly but
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5. Faculty • Department Of Philosophy At Boston University
Dr. Neville teaches graduate courses in metaphysics, American philosophy, continental rationalism, philosophy of
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Robert Neville has taught at Yale University, Fordham University, The State University of New York College at Purchase, and the State University of New York at Stony Brook. He is the author of: God the Creator (1968, 1992) The Cosmology of Freedom (1974, 1995) Soldier, Sage, Saint (1978) Creativity and God (1980) Reconstruction of Thinking (1981) The Tao and the Daimon(1982) The Puritan Smile (1987) Recovery of the Measure (1989) Behind the Masks of God (1991) A Theology Primer (1991) The High Road around Modernism (1992) Eternity and Time's Flow (1993) Normative Cultures (1995) The Truth of Broken Symbols (1996) The God Who Beckons (1999) Boston Confucianism (2000) Symbols of Jesus (2001) Religion in Late Modernity (2002) Dr. Neville has published many articles and critical reviews in philosophy and religious studies.

6. Rationalism (philosophy) Definition Of Rationalism (philosophy) In The Free Onli
rationalism Lat.,=belonging to reason, in philosophy, a theory that holds that reason alone, unaided by experience, can arrive at basic truth regarding the world. (philosophy)

7. Rationalism < Philosophy < Humanities <
List of links related to rationalism and empiricism, including such philosophers as Descartes, Spinoza, and Hume. Collected by Peter Suber, Department of Philosophy, Earlham

8. Rationalism (philosophy) - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About
rationalism. In theology, the belief that human reason rather than divine revelation is the correct means of ascertaining truth and regulating behaviour. (philosophy)

9. Rationalist Tradition Definition Of Rationalist Tradition In The Free Online Enc
rationalism. Philosophy. a. the doctrine that knowledge about reality can be obtained by reason alone without recourse to experience . b. the doctrine that human knowledge can all be tradition

10. Rationalism Defined
A definition of the term rationalism. Definition Rationalism Domain Philosophy Context World views, justification for our beliefs and values
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Context: World views, justification for our beliefs and values 'Rationalism' is the view that reason aided by observation should serve preeminently as the ground of all of our convictions. Outside of the context of philosophy, rationalism is sometimes said to stand in opposition to romanticism, with its preference for emotion over reason, and also in opposition to the notion of 'revelation' as an adequate ground for (usually religious) beliefs. However, perhaps most of all, and most justly, rationalism stands in contrast to authoritarianism, the view that convictions should be grounded in respect for the views of the powerful, influential, or charismatic. Rationalists accord their respect instead to logic and evidence, and are suspicious not only of would-be authorities, but also of 'visions', drug- induced revelations, and any form of mysticism that asserts the existence of what cannot be observed, or at least reasoned to from observation. To characterize rationalism in this way, however, is perhaps to draw too strong a contrast between it and rather less rigorous views. For example, most rationalists would accord a place of respect both to emotion and intuition, though the proper role of these tends to be controversial.

11. Rationalists - Definition Of Rationalists By The Free Online Dictionary, Thesaur
rationalism (philosophy) the doctrine that knowledge is acquired by reason without resort to experience. philosophy - the rational investigation of questions about existence and

12. Rationalism (philosophy) - Philosophical Usage, History Of Rationalism - Sense,
The tradition represented by the great 17thc figures Descartes, Leibniz, and Spinoza, who believed that the general nature of the world could be established by reason alone

13. What Is Rationalism
A look at the philosophic concept of rationalism, as described by philosopher WEH Lecky in his classic work, The Rise and Influence of Rationalism in Europe, published in 1865.
What is Rationalism
The art which is the pursuit of beauty developed in Ancient Greece and in Renaissance Italy when it ceased in fact if not in form to have religion for its motive. The Gothic architecture which had been the most perfect expression of the sense of beauty permeated by the most profound religious sentiment was displaced by that of which St. Peter's is the supreme type, devoid altogether of religious sentiment; as were Michaelangelo's 'religious' frescoes and statues. The secularisation of art marked the new rationalising spirit which severed it altogether from fetishism and from anthropomorphism. For in the earliest stages, religion had treated beauty, sensuous beauty, as a dangerous snare of the Devil; and the more definitely beauty became the object pursued, the more definitely were the ways of art and of religion parted.
The general movement of rationalism has been most profoundly influenced by the progress of physical science. The doctrine of the inspiration of the Bible might be applied to its allegorical interpretation, a process which was indeed carried to amazing lengths; but it was also applied to the complete repression of all scientific enquiry which could be contravened by any phrase in the Bible as the ultimate indisputable authority; so that to believe, for instance, in the existence of the antipodes, was tantamount to heresy. No scientific facts outside the range of the ancient Hebrew writers could be true; whatever they took for granted must be true; a postulate that was in itself a prohibition upon the progress of science, which in medieval times was possible only under Islam.

14. Rationalism Philosophy | TutorVista
The counterexample is very important to real world applications like in maths,non mathematical example and for philosophy. For mathematics Possible theorems

15. Max Stirner -- Vita, Opera, Effecto (interlingua)
Research interests 17th century rationalism, philosophy of law, Nietzsche and Freud.
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Tres rationalistas pro le futuro
Interlingua Synopsis LSR Projecto Synopsis Lamettrie Synopsis Stirner Synopsis Reich Intro LSR-Projecto Max Stirner - vita, opera, effecto Uebersicht LSR-Projekt Biblio Bernd A. Laska Biblio Panajotis Kondylis Biblio zum 'Fall' Wilhelm Reich Biblio zu den 'Fenichel-Rundbriefen' La Mettrie: Der Mensch als Maschine La Mettrie: Ueber das Glueck La Mettrie: Philosophie und Politik La Mettrie: Die Kunst, Wollust zu... Stirner: Parerga, Kritiken, Repliken Stirner: Recensenten Stirners Stirner: 'Habt nur den Mut...' Laska: Ein heimlicher Hit Laska: Ein dauerhafter Dissident Laska: 'Katechon' und 'Anarch' Zeitschr. f. politische Psychologie... Wilhelm-Reich-Blaetter Laska: Freud contra Reich

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(Edition LSR) Autor / Biblio Bernd A. Laska Intro LSR (interlingua)
Julien Offray de La Mettrie
  • Julien Offray de La Mettrie - vita, opera, effecto
  • Le negation del irrational super-ego in Lamettrie
  • Introduction a Lamettrie: Der Mensch als Maschine (Le homine qua machina)
  • Introduction a Lamettrie: Philosophie und Politik (Philosophia e politica)
  • Introduction a La Mettrie: Die Kunst, Wollust zu empfinden (Le arte a sentir voluptate)

16. Rationalism (philosophy) Legal Definition Of Rationalism (philosophy). Rationali
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17. Ignorance And Education
People Magazine interviews author Ray Bradbury People Magazine What do you see now for the future? Bradbury A completely moronic nation unless we do something about education.
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People Magazine : What do you see now for the future?
Bradbury A completely moronic nation unless we do something about education.
Unless we do that, the civilization is lost.
"... in Huxley's vision ( Brave New World ), no Big Brother is required to deprive people of their autonomy, maturity, and history. As he saw it, people will come to love their oppression, to adore the technologies that undo their capacities to think.
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18. Rational Philosophy
Last week I had my first introduction to the layered world views of Buddhism. Apparently there are six of them, each one introducing a little more more enlightenment than the one

19. Rationalism Vs. Empiricism - Associated Content From Yahoo! - Associatedcontent.
Immanuel Kant tried to merge the two positions into one.

20. Rationalism
A discussion on Christian Rationalism. A source of information for deeper understanding of religious subjects.
Advanced Information Philosophical rationalism encompasses several strands of thought, all of which usually share the conviction that reality is actually rational in nature and that making the proper deductions is essential to achieving knowledge. Such deductive logic and the use of mathematical processes provide the chief methodological tools. Thus, rationalism has often been held in contrast to empiricism. Earlier forms of rationalism are found in Greek philosophy, most notably in Plato, who held that the proper use of reasoning and mathematics was preferable to the methodology of natural science. The latter is not only in error on many occasions, but empiricism can only observe facts in this changing world. By deductive reason, Plato believed that one could extract the innate knowledge which is present at birth, derived from the realm of forms. However, rationalism is more often associated with Enlightenment philosophers such as Descartes, Spinoza, and Leibniz. It is this form of continental rationalism that is the chief concern of this article. BELIEVE
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