Critique of Religious Judgment - Division I - The Transformulative Judgments of Religion

In the First Divison of the Crtique of Religious Judgment, the exploration of the following Three Sections of the Religious Judgments in aPractical Religion, will involve the introductions of the Synthetical A Priori, The Ontological Argument for God, and The Religious Judgments that are used in the mental processing of the human understanding. The exploration of this section includes the qualities, attributes, and processes of that are used in the idealism of the perfect idea of a being and knowledge of the revelation of him.

 

In the following Three Sections of this First Division of the Critique of Religious Judgment, the theoretical and rational evidence of the idea of a perfect being, the metaphysical exploration of the concepts of Religious Judgments, and a newly-formed and original composition of the logical systems of Transformulative Logic are at the foreftont of all three sections of the First Division of the Critique of Religious Judgment.

 

 

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