Gersonides: Judaism within the Limits of Reason (Littman

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Dewey's writings encompass ethics, metaphysics, education, and scientific method. For instance, I must do the right thing at the right time for the right reasons. Reprint of the Harper and Row, New York, 1961 edition. Mathematical truths are not based on sense knowledge. Even if something has always existed, there is nothing to say that it is a god who designed the universe and watches over us. (4) The argument from degree. Schneider, Jakob Hans Josef, “Philosophy and Theology in the Islamic Culture: Al-Farabi’s De scientiis,” Philosophy Study, 1.1 (2011): 41-51.

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