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The intellectualist response to the genetic question leans heavily on the incorporation thesis, which in its most general sense refers to Kant's assertion that the will (Willkur) "cannot be determined to action through any incentive except so far as the human being has incorporated it into his maxim.
But it was not one that survived his later intellectualist portrait of the Christian God as essentially a matter of thought, in fact as simply 'the absolute abstraction'.
These accounts may leave us passive with respect to desires that persist in motivating us in the face of our deliberative verdicts, but on the purely intellectualist account of the will we are considering, that must be true for the perceptualist as well.
This school of thought claims to have taken away the burden of a long standing intellectualist and dualist tradition in educational theory and research, and to have set the body free.
The picture that emerges from Hale's various remarks on the divine foundations of the natural law is one that is neither entirely intellectualist nor entirely voluntarist.
This helps lift Lonergan's term out of a purely intellectualist framework into the more existential and grace-filled contexts within which D.
too intellectualist to be able to express a logic that is performed directly in bodily gymnastics, without passing through explicit apprehension of the 'aspects' chosen or rejected.
Regehr's endorsement of the Scriptures as the necessary response to the sexual mores of what Newsweek in November 1967 was calling the "permissive society," or John Redekop's portrait of an intellectualist as someone closed to evangelical Christian practices, or many other pieces in Arena.
Lower scores (the opposite poles) were assigned to reflect Being, Individualist, Eudaimonist, Intellectualist, and Idealist.
Beyond the banal intellectualist syncretism of ordinary Hinduism, Gandhi pushed his passion for Unity until he realized unity with the Stranger, which is called hospitality, and which is the consummation of the "works of mercy," because it contains all of them, abolishing the untouchability of the pariahs; sacrificing his privileges of caste with respect to the pariahs, he received in exchange, participation in the rites of salvation over which the Abrahamic monotheisms have had administration.
As is evident, all of these expressions are just variations on the general theme of an intellectualist conception of agency or, more specifically, on the basic model of human action stated earlier, i.
26) His most serious critique of Toynbee was aimed at his proposal, which has been taken up by a large body of Western intellectualist scholarship, that the religious form for the world that is coming into being is a syncretist world religion.