Knowing The Unknowable God Ibn Sina Maimonides Aquinas -

philosophical dictionary i proposition implication - i proposition in the traditional notation for categorical logic a proposition that is both particular and affirmative example some birds are canada geese such a proposition affirms that there is at least one thing that belongs to both of the designated classes its contradictory is an e proposition with the same subject and predicate terms, god western concepts of internet encyclopedia of philosophy - western concepts of god western concepts of god have ranged from the detached transcendent demiurge of aristotle to the pantheism of spinoza nevertheless much of western thought about god has fallen within some broad form of theism, islamic studies by author non muslim or academic wikipedia - included are prominent authors who have made studies concerning islam the religion and its civilization and the culture of muslim peoples not included are those studies of islam produced by muslim authors meant primarily for a muslim audience