- 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...
- philosophical argument
and demonstration, but rather through
". Connatural knowledge
is a kind of knowledge
by acquaintance. We know the...
- 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...
- with the 'laws' of his own instinctual being
- so that beauty becomes connatural
to him and his work proceeds
from his heart
and his bowels
as from his...
- 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
and its mature
life in the Spirit, to reproduce again today
with the truths
of revelation. Fundamentalist interpretation
- 198), whereby
the Catholic faithful discern
what is of God through
or intuitive wisdom
(EG 119). Francis emphasizes
that the "hour of the...