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The reconcilability of responsibility and profits continues to be a theme in contemporary scholarship and public policy debate.
71) These words, quoted from Weil's "Contemplation of the Divine," are predicated on a belief in the reconcilability of the Greek and Christian worlds, a belief which Weil shared with her compatriot.
the poets, philosophers, and natural scientists of ancient Greece and Rome; to demonstrate the reconcilability of pagan wisdom with Christianity; and to assert a religious style and theological culture in which erudition and piety were inseparable.
The origin of language was, then, a topos through which one could articulate the truthfulness of one doctrine, and its reconcilability with another one.