Monthly Archives: January 2016

Origen’s Psychological Analogy for the Trinity

A heuristic distinction proposed by Theodore De Regnon, which has long outlived its usefulness, is that Greek Trinitarian theology began from the distinction of the divine persons, whereas Latin theology began from the unity of God’s essence. The latter’s preference … Continue reading

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Placing Nature in the “Space of Reasons”

I’ve expressed my admiration here before for McDowell’s development of Sellars’s distinction of the “space of nature” from the “space of reasons,” but I’ve also criticized him for side-stepping the metaphysical problems that arise from his determination to see the … Continue reading

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