A Catholic, an Atheist and a Philosopher

The results are surprising but inconclusive to say the least all of which reduced to insignificance. We are all connected whether we like it or not.

Daniel Sanderson
Jun 13, 2022
1 min read

A Catholic, an Atheist and a Philosopher

The results are surprising but inconclusive, to say the least, all of which reduced to insignificance. We are all connected whether we like it or not.

Looking past identity is a challenging proposition. There is a lineage for Catholicism that Western philosophy is bound to. Sophia would be rather complacent with this likely pairing. The philosopher, and here I am not referring to just Aristotle, but the embodiment of all philosophers, is but a part of wisdom but by no means does even the collective works of philosophers past represent Sophia in her greatest glory and beauty.

If the title of this article sounds like the beginning of a joke, I assure you the, "walk into a bar", would be irrelevant to my point. Comparing these three is something that I attempted with the planksip P.A.S.F. filter. The results, as I mentioned in the introduction was inconclusive.

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p.(x) = Big Data Determinism (2022) by Daniel Sanderson - #Googleplanksip

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