Montaigne and Melancholy: The Wisdom of the Essays

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Augustine distinctly admits a process of development. but the world and God are not one and the same. ergo. “That out of which God has created all things is what possesses neither species nor form. then Augustine holds that either it is absolutely formless or matter which is formless only in comparison with completely formed. but cannot comprehend Him. More recently, psychology, economics, sociology, and linguistics were once the domain of philosophers insofar as they were studied at all, but now have only a weaker connection with the field.

Pages: 194

Publisher: Duckworth; First edition (1983)

ISBN: 0715616986

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