- binational, cognate, cognation, connascence, connascent, connate, connation, connatural
, denature, enascent, enate, enation, impregnate, innate, international...
- body has a "grip" (prise), while
the grip itself
is a function
of our connaturality
with the world's things. The world
and the sense
of self are emergent...
- cognate, cognatic, cognation, connascence, connascent, connate, connation, connatural
, denature, enascent, enate, enatic, enation, impregnate, innate, international...
with a dissertation entitled Knowledge Through Affective Connaturality
was later published
as The Range
of the Intellect, Chapman, London...
- philosophical argument
and demonstration, but rather through
". Connatural knowledge
is a kind of knowledge
by acquaintance. We know the...
- were made sinners" (Romans 5:19). Thus, the Bible describes humanity
"enslaved to sin" (Romans 6:6; John 8:34). Therefore, in biblical
- the intent
to improve existing
and economics being connatural
, it will be inevitable
that this publication
may at times appear
- 198), whereby
the Catholic faithful discern
what is of God through
or intuitive wisdom
(EG 119). Francis emphasizes
that the "hour of the...
and its mature
life in the Spirit, to reproduce again today
with the truths
of revelation. Fundamentalist interpretation
with Firebird. In her, he sensed
a strong possibility
, a deep personality congruity
that is essential