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Jesus Christ, the Word made flesh, sent as ‘a human being to human beings’, ‘speaks the words of God’ Jn 3: This unity is so deep that the Church can say with Saint Paul: Sure of her competence as the bearer of the Revelation of Jesus Christ, the Church reaffirms the need to reflect upon truth.

As a philosophy of nothingness, it has a certain attraction for people of our time. If human beings with their intelligence fail to recognize God as Creator of all, it is not because they lack the means to do so, but because their free will and their sinfulness place an impediment in the way.

Indian Philosophical Studies, Xiii. Hence the need for a preliminary clarification.

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In short, what for Patristic and Medieval thought was in both theory and practice a profound carfa, producing knowledge capable of reaching the highest forms of speculation, was destroyed by systems which espoused the cause of rational knowledge sundered from faith and meant to take the place of faith.

It appears instead as something gratuitous, which itself crata thought and seeks acceptance as an expression of love. In the past, then, the Magisterium has on different occasions and in different ways offered its discernment in philosophical matters. They are questions fide have their common source in the quest for meaning which has always compelled the human heart. Still more, reason must be able to articulate this knowledge in concept and argument.


We may say, then, that culture itself has an intrinsic capacity to receive divine Revelation. The answer we give will determine whether or not we think it possible to attain universal and absolute truth; and this is a decisive moment of the search. Enciclics Revelation is therefore immersed in time and history.

From their different locations and traditions all are called in Christ to share in the unity of the family of God’s children. In both East and West, we may trace a journey which has led humanity down the centuries to meet and engage truth more and more deeply. Deprived of what Revelation offers, reason has taken side-tracks which expose it to the danger of losing sight of its final goal.

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On this understanding, everything is reduced to opinion; and there is a sense of being adrift. This entry has no external links. Only the sense that they can arrive at an answer leads them to take the first step.

Enciclica fides et ratio

In the wake of these enccilica shifts, some philosophers have abandoned the search for truth in itself and made their sole aim the attainment of a subjective certainty or a pragmatic sense of utility. L’enciclica che immette nel terzo millennio.

The truth communicated in Christ’s Revelation is therefore no longer confined to a particular place or culture, but is offered to every man and woman who would welcome it as the word which is the absolutely valid source of meaning for human life.

In consequence, the word of God is identified with Sacred Scripture alone, thus eliminating the doctrine of the Church which the Second Vatican Council stressed quite fidex.


From birth, therefore, they are immersed in traditions which give ejciclica not only a language and a cultural formation but also a range of truths in which they believe almost instinctively. 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.

The wisdom of the wise is no longer enough for what God wants to accomplish; what is required is a decisive step towards welcoming something radically new: Since access to the truth enables access to God, it must be denied to none.

We see here philosophy’s valid aspiration to be an autonomous enterprise, obeying its own rules and employing the rstio of reason alone. Recent times have seen the rise to prominence of various doctrines which tend to devalue even the truths which had been judged certain.

This is why no historical form of philosophy can legitimately claim to embrace the totality of truth, nor to be the complete explanation of the human being, of the world and of the human being’s relationship with God. For the ancients, the study of the natural sciences coincided in large part with philosophical learning.

Find it on Scholar. Saint Anselm underscores the fact that the intellect must seek that which it loves: How vast is the sum of them!

It is therefore minimalizing and mistaken to restrict their work simply to the transposition of the truths of faith into philosophical categories.