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SENTENTIA. European Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences
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Contra Descartes. Antecedents and Universality of Faith and Reason

Асадуллаев Искандар Курбанович

доктор философских наук

доцент.

734064, Таджикистан, г. Душанбе, ул. Нусратулло Махсум, 73/2, кв. 52

Asadullaev Iskandar Kurbanovich

Doctor of Philosophy

member of the International Hegel Society.

734064, Tadzhikistan, g. Dushanbe, ul. Nusratullo Makhsum, 73/2 kv. 52

dr_asadullaev@mail.ru
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Илолов Мамадшо Илолович

доктор физико-математических наук

академик, президент Академии наук Таджикистана, Академия наук Таджикистана

734025 Таджикистан Душанбе, проспект Рудаки 33

Ilolov Mamadsho Ilolovich

Doctor of Physics and Mathematics

734025 Tadzhikistan Dushanbe, prospekt Rudaki 33

mamadsho.ilolov@mail.ru

DOI:

10.7256/1339-3057.2014.1.9244

Дата направления статьи в редакцию:

18-12-1969


Дата публикации:

1-1.5-2014


Аннотация: In this article we attempt to demonstrate the initial coherence of faith and reason that cannot exist one without the other. Faith cannot be without the perception of reason, reason is based on faith. We contemplate faith not only as a religion, but more broadly, as universal for human beings. It involves not only faith in God, the Koran, Bible or other kinds of Holy Scripts, but also faith in ideals, faith between people, states, faith in future, etc. Firstly, we concentrate on the primary universality, restricted coherence of these phenomena in the life of a human being and mankind. This has been considered a great deal; however, we are interested in the impossibility of the existence of faith without reason and reason without faith. When subjectivist, Berkley, states that only sensation exists, but not objects, he is positive about it, he believes in his primary cognition. Similarly, when dialectic materialists make claims about the objective existence of the world and objects, they have an absolute faith in their primary cognition. To prove this they use practice as a criterion of the realness of what they say. In their primary cognition they also believe, though absolutely, in the realness of this judgment. Primary cognition based on faith in the self, can be obvious, or latent, or unobvious in the form of absolute assurance. That is to say, faith, trust in the self, even in our own doubts, are primary cognition for a human being. Misfaith in the self, our own senses and judgments is based on primary trust-faith in the rightness of such an attitude to them. When Rene Descartes says: "cogito ergo sum" - "I think therefore I am ", from this epoch of new science and ever after "cogito" (think) it was believed the first reliable cognition (act of faith and mind) primary is his faith in the realness of thought, faith-cognition (initial act of mind). Often this is not acknowledged. Faith in the realness of thought, as an initial act of thought, precedes the thinking process or occurs at one time. However, if faith-cognition is concurrent, it still precedes by substance, if not by time. This logic was first introduced by Ibn Sina (Avicenna) in a different aspect.


Ключевые слова:

Contra Descartes, Faith, Reason, philosophy, theology, rationalism, universal, primary, science, religion

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