peremptory claim

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In this area, some consideration of Teilhard de Chardin and a Scotistic/Rahnerian view of the Incarnation might advance his presentation and also question his peremptory claim that an adequate account of hope presupposes God's immediate creation of the soul (44).
Indeed, the potential for embarrassment is considerable, for the theory makes the peremptory claim that to have moral weight, an idea, for instance the idea of individual rights, must be connected to properties constitutive of human nature; consequently, it eschews several familiar and attractive moral ideas.
We can now see that the rapid dissemination of theory in the academy during the 1980s relied upon peremptory claims about the intellectual tradition it rejected.