Maybe I’m just an optimist, but I think people today mostly acknowledge the importance and originality of philosophy in the Islamic world. Would any scholar now say in print, as Bertrand Russell notoriously did in his History of Western Philosophy… Read More ›
Though it is hard to see any children actually reading Kant’s Critiques which tax the mental stamina of any well-read adult (speaking from experience).
I wrote this article on my blog last week. Some of you might find it interesting. The article’s main purpose is to argue for the coherence of the Johannine claim that Jesus is ‘the Word’. As such, the article is philosophical in scope… Read More ›