Monthly Archives: January 2014

Dialectic as Metaphysical Method

I’d like, as I often do, to connect a review of possible philosophical strategies to an understanding of the history of philosophy, here. I think one value of history in doing philosophy is that it often helps us spot and … Continue reading

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The Unity of God in Athenagoras, Plea for the Christians 8 (177 CE)

Athenagoras responds to the charge that Christians are atheists by pointing out that they believe in God, but in a single God with no other gods beside him, and so deny the multiplicity of Gods of the Pagans. But this … Continue reading

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