Outlines of a Philosophical Argument on the Infinite and the Final Cause of Creation and on the Intercourse Between the Soul and the Body
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- Publication Date:September 20, 2004
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1847. Swedenborg, a noted Swedish scientist, philosopher and theologian, is best known for his later writings in which he presents ideas, both Christian and ecumenical, for a new spiritual era or new church to be known as the New Jerusalem. Outlines is Swedenborg's book-length essay on the Infinite. In this and similar studies, Swedenborg judged that although the finite could not know the infinite, reason compelled man to conclude that the human individual was the end of creation. Everything in creation contributed to man's functioning as a thinking being. The soul must be the link between God and man, the infinite and the finite, even though man could not see or measure that soul. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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