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God And The World A Survey Of Thought

Arthur William Robinson

"God And The World" is an ancient nonfiction book written by Arthur William Robinson. Arthur William Robinson became a British philosopher and theologian who made big academic contributions to secular and philosophical discourse. "God And The World: A Survey of Thought" examines numerous philosophical perspectives on God's lifestyles and the character of the universe. "God And The World: A Survey of Thought" offers an extensive examination of several philosophical views on God's existence and the character of the universe. Robinson contextualizes severa philosophical positions by way of tracing their historic growth and affects, providing readers with an entire assessment of the evolution of concept on those troubles. The paintings of fiction analyzes motives for and within the course of God's existence, imparting every theistic troubles based totally in non-secular faith and atheistic arguments based totally totally on authentic statement and cerebral research. Robinson dives into severa philosophical traditions, consisting of Western philosophy, Eastern philosophy, and contemporary philosophical actions, to show the form of perspectives on the divine and the cosmos.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publish Date: Feb 1st, 2024
  • Pages: 64
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.50in - 5.50in - 0.15in - 0.20lb
  • EAN: 9789361421914
  • Categories: Social

About the Author

Robinson, Arthur William: - Arthur William Robinson was a well-known British philosopher and theologian who made significant contributions to religious and philosophical discourse. His major opus, "God And The World: A Survey Of Thought," is the zenith of his intellectual prowess and scholarly achievement. Robinson's scholarly path began with a keen interest in the fundamental concerns affecting humanity's perception of God and existence. Through thorough investigation and critical analysis, he went on a comprehensive exploration of religious and philosophical ideas across eras and cultures. In "God And The World," Robinson provides a comprehensive overview of several religious traditions, including Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, and others. He methodically investigates their theological teachings, historical developments, and philosophical consequences, providing readers with a sophisticated grasp of the multifaceted tapestry of human spirituality. Beyond his comprehensive investigation of religious traditions, Robinson delves into the thoughts of renowned philosophers, scientists, and thinkers throughout history. From Plato and Aristotle to Descartes and Kant, he critically assesses their viewpoints on the divine, morality, and the nature of reality, enhancing the conversation with significant philosophical ideas. "God And The World" goes beyond its position as an academic study, providing readers with a profound meditation on the most fundamental concerns of human life.