|dc.contributor.author||J. Di Rocco, Richard||-|
|dc.description||A main premise of this book, upon which the argument presented in the final chapter relies, is that the theory of knowledge is in fact sufficient to support a more definitive and conclusive modified Argument from Truth for the existence of an eternal mind that is possessed by a transcendent, self-sufficient intelligence or mind that is the source of all existence. Along with the development of science, a sophisticated body of philosophical method has been achieved, both during the Classical period of the Greek philosophers and since the time of the Enlightenment.||-|
|dc.subject||Truth and the Mind of God||en_US|
|dc.title||Consilience, Truth and the Mind of God||en_US|
|Appears in Collections:||Religion|
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