Time & Ego: Judeo-Christian Egotheism and the Anglo-Saxon Industrial Revolution
Algora Publishing, 2007 - 122 ページ
The first question of abstract reflection that arouses controversy is the problem of Becoming. Being persists, beings constantly change; they are born and they pass away. How can Being change and yet be eternal?
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absolute abstract ancestors ancient answer Aristotle asked atheism Babylonian mythology became become belief Christ Christian civil society command concept conflict consciousness Corcyra created cult death Deuteronomy developed dialectics divine Duns Scotus Egypt essence eternal European existence faith father finite Francis Bacon freedom Giambattista Vico God's godless godly gods Gospels Greco-Roman Greek haecceitas Hegel human idea ideal idolatry individual Industrial Revolution infinite intellectual Jesus Jewish knowledge land liberty living Lord man's Mark Marx matter Mediterranean Mediterranean Sea metaphysical mind miracles modern moral Moses myth nations nature navigation nominalists objective one's Parmenides philosophy political possible principle question reality reason religion religious Roman Rome rules Scholastic sense Septuagint slave social soul spirit story subjective supernatural teachings Temple Thales of Miletus theism things thinking Thomist trade tribe truth unity universal Vico Whoever whole William of Champeaux worship Xenophanes