Rational fideism

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Rational fideism is the philosophical view that considers faith to be precursor for any reliable knowledge. Whether one considers rationalism or empiricism, either of them ultimately tends to belief in reason or experience respectively as the absolute basis for their methods. Thus, faith is basic to knowability. However, as Domenic Marbaniang shows,[1] faith must be corroborated with reason and experience in order to gain knowledge.

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  1. ^ Rational Fideism.[1] Domenic Marbaniang, Epistemics of Divine Reality, [2], 2009

External links[edit]

  • On Kierkegaard's Fideism [3]
  • Stanford on Fideism [4]
  • Marbaniang, Domenic. Epistemics of Divine Reality,ISBN 978-1-105-16077-6 [5]
  • Rational Fideism [6]
  • Four Principles of Rational Fideism [7]