The Crisis of Causality: Voetius and Descartes on God,

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He wrote on metaphysics, psychology, aesthetics, and also literary criticism. Almost everyone accepted that some non‑literal type of exegesis was appropriate. Confucius' ethics centered on the ideas of benevolence, filial piety, and reciprocity (treating others as one would wish to be treated). In its ethical function, philosophy presents an account of the rational principles which ought to guide one's moral life. All statements have meaning only if they can be verified.

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