Does the faith restrict the philosophise?

2021-09-04 06:05:02 SALLY

Can one be freely philosophise as a creditor or come through the faith boundaries in philosophy?

Can you call the limits at all?

Can faith and philosophy hand be hand in hand and complement each other ?


Being of believers, for example, on Christianity,

have the following influence on the philophizing:

The Christian will not philosophize great about life after death, this question What is after death is already answered for him by the Bible.

He will not philosophize whether monogamy or polygamy is the right thing, whether it is ok to have several partners, to divide, be violent , Drug abuse, etc

Many topics are already "ticked off" or have a fixed point of view that is based on the Bible.

briefly: A strictly believing Christian, mostly only in the areas who is not regulated by the Bible, the Bible gives much more in terms of morality, ehE, sexuality, etc. If he is convinced, he will not philosophize about these topics as he looks at the Bible as God's Word and listen to it, and for him, these topics are already clarified, he does not see a need to philosophize it in it.

It depends on the faithful, as believer he is, what, and whether he has it to stay.

Greetings Marko.


The basic problem of theologians! They are confessionally bound. So some philosophical theologians * inside lost their chair (see H. Küng). You may not like to philosophize for a religion with your beliefs and their ethics.

The scientific problem is that the ideal of a REligion (Yahweh, God, Allah, Buddha, etc.) is always personalized, ie "intersected", what every philosopher has to move to doubt.

My trick is to disconnect the rational of emotional, ie the ideal Religion is psychological-philosophically assessed personalization of the human ideal of emotionality, di Security (= recognition, respect, result of comprehensive love); The ideal of science is psychologically philosophically assessed the personalization of the human ideal of rationality, D.I. The certainty (= knowledge, immutable truth, result of comprehensive findings).

Only when we connect both parts in our feeling and thinking and actions, we could also use theology with DEThere is a philosophy, but so far that would like to do so. Power and money and incomprehension and unillions are behind - worldwide.

Only therefore I am against these typical religions, because as an antique patriarchal ideologies, as an antique patriarchal ideologies, they encourage people of the earth and still logically encourage mutual violence - physical and mentally - ...


Yes, the faith restricts philosophizing, unless you accept something for logical reasons, but just believe it. If your belief is based on logical conclusions, he is part of your philosophy. But if you already come into philosophy with strong beliefs, you must also be ready for these are most likely to be shattered.


Philosophy has so many sub-divisions, who have nothing to do with faith.

But there are even Christian philosophy.

Just as believers gives scientists Do not speak about being creditor philosopher.


In my opinion, philosophy is strongly influenced by faith. (Franz von Assisi)

Does the faith restrict the philosophise?