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C.S. Lewis: A Philosophy of Education by Steven R. Loomis, Jacob P. Rodriguez

By Steven R. Loomis, Jacob P. Rodriguez

Participating with the genius of C.S. Lewis, and especially his fabulous paintings The Abolition of guy, the authors supply a multi-facetted, interdisciplinary research of perennial questions that impression human improvement and freedom.

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What is important to observe is that Searle’s theory ultimately reduces SIs to Nature. But how can this be? Nature itself is an institution but it is not a self-caused one. Where Lewis’s theory offers a final cause, Searle’s theory does not and would seem to have a regress problem. Consider Lewis’s moral law argument in the Abolition. , from human users and observers. The moral law is not human or observer dependent in that sense; it exists and does what it does, brings what it brings, represents what it represents, for human beings.

In light of the first principles of theoretical and practical Reason. , from marketing persuaders, political parties, and the like). Set up on these tenets, ontological parameters, (a) and (b), as well as a few minimal obligations, (c)–(f), exist for SIs in virtue of their responsibility to the human as the imago Dei (image of God). Enter the attribute of growth. Because growth means the enlargement of structures and is an attribute (a relation) that social entities like institutions can have, its mode of being is neutral until activated by a model of thought.

The problem is as much method as it is structure. Th e B lo o d l e s s I n s t i t u t i o n 45 Arrow (1974: 17) acknowledges the problem of method when discussing limits on narrow conceptions of rationality in the choosing of ends. Many scholars approach social theory from trade-offs basic to social cooperation, not those that align with an objective- and desireindependent sphere such as the moral law, but where the individual must sing in tune with the collective (facilitated by the institution).

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