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Painting throughout its history has served many purposes, has been flat and has used perspective, has been framed and has been lef ...
To exist is equivalent to an act of faith, a protest against the truth, an interminable prayer.... As soon as they consent to live ...
The telephone conversation is, by its very nature, reactive, not reflective. Immediacy is its prime virtue. The immediacy delivers ...
The belief of our Reason is an Exercise of Faith, and Faith is an Act of Reason.
An act of God was defined as "something which no reasonable man could have expected."
The moment of truth, the sudden emergence of a new insight, is an act of intuition. Such intuitions give the appearance of miracul ...
Out of the element of participation follows the certainty of faith; out of the element of separation follows the doubt in faith. A ...
Why does philosophy use concepts and why does faith use symbols if both try to express the same ultimate? The answer, of course, i ...
The distinction between the truth of faith and the truth of science leads to a warning, directed to theologians, not to use recent ...
The comic imagination deals in miraculous transformations and instantaneous casting-off of burdens and sufferings. It releases sud ...
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