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This is why to this day the witness of the martyrs continues to arouse such interest, to draw agreement, to win such a hearing and to invite emulation.
No less important is philosophy’s contribution to a more coherent understanding of Church Tradition, the pronouncements of the Magisterium and the teaching of the great encicilca of theology, who often adopt concepts and thought-forms drawn from a particular philosophical tradition. That seems still more evident today, if we think of Christianity’s contribution to the affirmation of the right of everyone to have access to the truth.
This is to concede to carat reason a capacity which seems almost to surpass its natural limitations.
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The elitism which had characterized the ancients’ search for truth was clearly abandoned. As it developed, this new Christian thought made use of philosophy, but at the same time tended to distinguish itself clearly from philosophy. De la verdad y cuestiones afines. In the first chapter of his Letter to the Romans, Saint Paul helps us to appreciate better the depth of insight of the Wisdom literature’s reflection. Faced with the various philosophies, the Fathers were not afraid to acknowledge those elements in them that were consonant with Revelation and those that were not.
It is as if we had come upon an implicit philosophyas a result of which all feel that they possess these principles, albeit in a general and unreflective way.
In some contemporary theologies, for instance, a certain rationalism is gaining ground, especially when opinions thought to be philosophically well founded are taken as normative for theological research.
The Book of Wisdom contains several important texts which cast further light on this theme. From that time onwards the human capacity to know the truth was impaired by an aversion to the One who is the source and origin of truth.
Here the words of the Book of Deuteronomy are pertinent: In accomplishing its specific task in service of the Roman Pontiff’s universal Magisterium, 70 the Congregation for the Doctrine of Faith has more recently had to intervene to re-emphasize the danger of an uncritical adoption by some liberation theologians of opinions and methods drawn from Marxism.
It is no accident that, when the sacred author comes to describe the wise man, he portrays him as one who loves and seeks the truth: It is the one and the same God who establishes and guarantees the intelligibility and reasonableness of the natural order of things upon which scientists confidently depend, 29 and who reveals himself as the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.
This implies that God be acknowledged in his divinity, transcendence and supreme freedom. The world and all that happens within it, including history and the fate of peoples, are realities to be observed, analysed and assessed with all the resources of reason, but without faith ever being foreign to the process.
These directives have been reiterated and developed in a number of other magisterial documents in order to guarantee a solid philosophical formation, especially for those preparing for theological studies.
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In a world subdivided into so many specialized crta, it is not hard to see how difficult it can be to acknowledge the full and ultimate meaning of life which has traditionally been the goal of philosophy.
Christian Revelation is the true lodestar of men and women as they strive to make their way amid the pressures of an immanentist habit of mind and the constrictions of a technocratic logic. From all that I have said to this point it emerges that men and women are on a journey of discovery which is humanly unstoppable—a search for the truth and a search for a person to whom they might entrust themselves.
Each of us has both the desire and the duty to know the truth of our own destiny. From the sum of these propositions, the believer comes to know the history of salvation, which culminates in the person of Jesus Christ and in his Paschal Mystery. This plan of Revelation is realized by deeds and words having an inner unity: Man therefore lives increasingly in fear.
Neither suffering nor violent death could ever lead them to abandon the truth which they have discovered in the encounter with Christ. In that act, the intellect and the will display their spiritual nature, enabling the subject to act in a way which realizes personal freedom to the full.
In a sense, then, we return to the sacramental character of Revelation and especially to the sign of the Eucharist, in which the indissoluble unity between the signifier and signified makes it possible to grasp the depths of the mystery.
It is here fidee every attempt to reduce the Father’s saving plan to purely human logic is doomed to failure. These considerations prompt a first conclusion: Among these lands, India has a special place.
My revered Predecessors have thus made an invaluable contribution which must not be forgotten. This search looks not only to the attainment of truths which are partial, empirical or scientific; nor is it only in individual acts of decision-making that people seek the true good.
Believers then share in this mystery by their assent of faith. On a number of occasions, the Second Vatican Council stressed the positive value of scientific research for a deeper knowledge of the mystery of the human being. In brief, there are signs of a widespread distrust of universal and absolute statements, especially among those who think that truth is born of consensus and not of a consonance between intellect and objective reality.
The Apostle accentuates a truth which the Church has always treasured: On the fjdes hand, the knowledge acquired through belief can seem an imperfect form of knowledge, to be perfected gradually through personal accumulation of evidence; on the other hand, belief is often humanly richer than mere evidence, because it involves an interpersonal relationship and brings into play not only a person’s capacity to know but also the deeper capacity to entrust oneself to others, to enter into a relationship with them which is intimate and enduring.
This is why the Church has always considered the act of entrusting oneself to God to be a moment of fundamental decision which engages the whole person.
Florensky, Ratii Chaadaev and Vladimir N. It appears instead as something gratuitous, which itself stirs thought and seeks acceptance as an expression of love.
If prior thought has concluded rationally that one cannot comprehend rationabiliter comprehendit incomprehensibile esse how supernal wisdom knows its own accomplishments The positive results of the papal summons are well known. All men and women were caught up in this primal disobedience, which so wounded reason that from then on its path to full truth would be strewn with obstacles.
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Illumined by faith, reason is set free from the fragility and limitations deriving from the disobedience of sin and finds the strength required to rise to the knowledge of the Triune Fiddes. Among these is philosophywhich is directly concerned with asking the question of life’s meaning and sketching an answer to it. Men and women have at their disposal an array of resources for generating greater knowledge of truth so that their lives may be ever more human.
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