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ontologism

Philosophy. the doctrine that the human intellect has as its proper object the knowledge of God, that this knowledge is immediate and intu-itive, and that all other knowledge must be built on this base. — ontologist, n.ontologistic, adj.
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Heidegger's Kehre was, in my anti-French view of the later Heidegger, a betrayal of his incisive and illuminating "existential analytic" of human existence in Being and Time for the sake of a transhuman ontologism that generated some of the most obscure and idioscynratic language in the history of Western philosophy.
Any other approach, such as pagan ontologism or Greek-inspired Christian incarnationism "results in human and historical submission to what are acclaimed as 'natural forces.
For the purposes of this introduction we can put aside the complex and highly charged issues of ontologism and occasionalism.
Gerald McCool noted that Rosmini's thought is strikingly similar to that of Bonaventure and is at a significant remove from the ontologism characteristic of a thinker like Vincenzo Gioberti, a philosopher with whom Rosmini was frequently lumped in theological manuals.
This incompleteness, combined with his assertions that in the experience of being we encounter "the predicates of divinity" and that "in the being of the universal" one discerns being's "higher reality," leaves the reader with a hint of mitigated pantheism and ontologism.
s argument might have considerable merit, except that he confounds his admirable, announced agendum (to open readers to their innate "sense of the supernatural") with a polemical one: to expose the historical origins of the false pathways taken by Roman Catholic theology after the Vatican's condemnation of traditionalism and ontologism at the beginning of the 19th century, "two movements of thought which, alone, had taken the true measure of what Kantian rationalism and revolutionary ideology implies.
157) allows him to show the manner in--and degree to--which Heidegger's conception of tragedy differs from those of Hegel and Nietzsche; and it also allows him to determine the specific contours of the "ontologism" that guides Heidegger's presentation of the figure of Antigone: "in all rigor, this extreme ontologism remains a humanism inasmuch as the relation to Being is that of a privileged being (man) and can even justify an arche-nationalism with a superior force" (p.
Chief Scientist Dean Allemang and co-founder Irene Polikoff of Top Quadrant will speak about applying semantic web technology, such as taxonomies and ontologisms, to enterprise computing solutions.

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