Atheism, & ‘Becoming God’: The Least Scientific Sorts of Religiosity

In Aristotle’s view, man cannot by searching find out God. The mind could be applied to reasoning out of what God expects of man, but the mind could not in of itself discover God. So then, Aristotle believed that there exists a right way to live, and that it is man’s duty to search out and discover the right way to live. The right way to live consisted of how best to order

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Educator and Researcher, Believer in Spirituality, Life is serious business, but we all are pilgrims so I write about important stuff with empathy and ethos

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Oghenovo Obrimah, PhD

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Educator and Researcher, Believer in Spirituality, Life is serious business, but we all are pilgrims so I write about important stuff with empathy and ethos

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