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    • Between postmodernism, positivism and (new) atheism 

      Strauss, Danie (KOERS Society of South Africa, 2015)
      The Renaissance introduced the autonomy of being human which in turn resulted in promoting the position of human understanding as the formal law-giver of nature. Twentieth century philosophy of science acknowledged the ...
    • An exploration of humanistic Judaism and its quest to retain Jewish culture and tradition 

      Dos Santos Neto, Fortunato Moreira (North-West University, 2019)
      This research evaluates, from a historical perspective, the doctrine and ethics of the new movement known as Humanistic Judaism, which was founded in America in 1963 by Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine (1928 — 2007). The thesis ...