Philosophy

Seven deadly sins, or major sins, is a concept that took shape in Christian theology for quite a long time (in the middle of the 3rd century AD). Below you can see a complete list of the 7 deadly sins and their detailed description. Note that different theologians, one way or another, formed their own lists of the main 7 sins.

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The great German philosopher Immanuel Kant criticized 5 proofs of the existence of God from Thomas Aquinas. However, the thinker was surprised to find and formulate 6 evidence. We will consider it. We hope that this article will be interesting to those who are interested in philosophy and love to think. An interesting fact is that Mikhail Bulgakov in his work "The Master and Margarita" through the mouth of one of the heroes gives 6 proof of the existence of God, to which another character answers him: "Take this Kant, but for such evidence for three years in Solovki!

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The outstanding Italian philosopher and theologian Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274) is the author of the famous medieval treatise "The Sum of Theology". Anyone who is interested in philosophy and religion, certainly heard about this work. So in the first part of the treatise, in response to question 2, "About God, is there God," Thomas Aquinas gives the famous five proofs of the existence of God.

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Surely all fans of the outstanding Russian writer Leo Tolstoy, one way or another, faced with his attitude to religion. It is authentically known that Tolstoy himself considered himself a very religious person. At the same time, he constantly criticized the church in general and Orthodoxy in particular. Not very knowledgeable people claim that Leo Tolstoy was a deeply religious Christian.

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