The Consequences Of Ideas Paperback
Understanding the Concepts that Shaped Our World
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The Consequences Of Ideas
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We like to believe that we create our little worlds from scratch and then live in them. But the reality is, we step into an environment that already exists, and we learn to interact with it. The game has been conceived long before us; the rules and boundaries already decided.
We may be amused when René Descartes labors so long in order to conclude that he exists, or puzzled by Immanuel Kant spending his life analyzing how we know anything. Yet these men were not simply contemplating minutiae. The foundational thinking of philosophy tries to lay bare all of our assumptions, revealing our false and sometimes dangerous beliefs so that we may arrive at a coherent worldview.
The greater our familiarity with the ideas that have shaped our culture over the centuries, the greater our ability to understand-and influence-that culture for Christ. From ancient Greek thinkers like Plato and Aristotle to Christian philosophers like Augustine and Aquinas to the molders of modern thought such as Kant and Nietszche, R. C. Sproul traces the contours of Western philosophy throughout history and demonstrates the massive consequences these ideas have had on world events, theology, the arts, and culture-as well as in our everyday lives.
The Consequences Of Ideas by R.C.Sproul was published by Crossway (USA) in June 2009 and is our 31031st best seller. The ISBN for The Consequences Of Ideas is 9781433503146.
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|Page last updated||19th May 2017|
|Author / Artist||R.C.Sproul|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Crossway (USA) (June 2009)|
|Number of Pages||224|