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analysis of what this "sapiential dimension" is and consider
In the sapiential books that comprise the third part of the Hebrew Bible, the Kethubim (Writings), the divine Wisdom (Hokmah) is often compared to a Lady who prepares a rich table and invites everyone: "Come, eat of my food, and drink of the wine I have mixed!
"Torah and Sapiential Pedagogy in the Book of Ben Sira." In Wisdom and Torah the Reception of "Torah" in the Wisdom Literature of the Second Temple Period, edited by Bernd Ulrich Schipper and David Andrew Teeter, 157-86.
This article first explains De Koninck's original position on the real distinction between natural philosophy and the sciences and his reasoning for why natural philosophy possesses a qualified sapiential office.
The link between anthropology, theology, and ecology is everywhere implicit and often explicit in Merton's nature writings and in innumerable social essays; it surfaces powerfully as well in his frequent laments for the West's (and Christian Europe's) refusal to learn from the ancient sapiential traditions of the conquered indigenous peoples of Mexico and Latin and North America.
sapiential traditions as a praeparatio evangelicae, and once assimilated
Its members perceived an intellectual disability as a disaster for the family, as formulated in the sapiential literature.
(53) Johnson sees the entire Wisdom tradition, its personification as Sophia and its sapiential Christology as "an untapped resource for speaking about Jesus Christ." Even more important, the benefits of recovering this tradition do not end with an expanded vocabulary alone; rather, she asserts that
One encounters excesses of the type that are labeled "policy as numbers," (11) which is the pervasive policy aim to achieve particular types of numbers, motivated perhaps by the Cartesian need for something "clear and distinct," and ends up with what Jean-Luc Marion might describe as a kind of mirroring idol and, therefore, not at all open to sapiential truth's disclosure.
Here Seneca deploys an exemplum, unequivocally in his own voice, in conformity with the practice of similitudo and exemplum he has already established: vehicle-content (arercituslAlexander), tenor-subject (sapiential nos), bound by image-hinge (idem facere).
Indeed, Islam is a sapiential religion, in which salvation itself rests not on vicarious atonement as in Christianity, or on ethnic origin as in Judaism, but on personal knowledge.
(10) No doubt, the sapiential rendition of what we could and should know conduced tellingly to the knowledge's configuration as a texture supple enough to cover all the outer and inner aspects of nature.