Church in the 19th Century- Part 24 - Kant, Romanticism, and the Construction of Reality

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The Enlightenment's focus on the need to build life on the basis of observation of nature opened a Pandora's Box. Observation revealed diversity and endless diverse interpretations of nature and morality. How can objective Truth and unity be maintained in the midst of the chaos that this diversity threatens? Father Richard Munkelt explores the powerful answers--and admissions of defeat--that come from Kant on the one hand and Rousseau and other representatives of Romanticism on the other. Taken from: Phoenix in a Fiery World: Church in the 19th Century - 1999 VonHildebrand Institute

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