Reason and Religious Belief 4.1

McShane continues to invite discovery of the thirteen elements that make us human. Discovery pivots on taking a creative interest in our creative interest. This is the Socratic philosophical adventure. The spontaneity and swiftness of these thirteen elements make them elusive. McShane contrasts the traditional definition of reason–“Going from premises to conclusions”– with his own: “Reason is a dim light of our embodied loneliness.”

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