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What did the rationalist value?
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When was Rationalist Association of India created?
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Would Patrick Henry or Thomas Jefferson be considered a rationalist?
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What is a rationalist?
A Rationalist is someone who believes in the Rationalism theory. This theory regards reason as the cheif source and test of knowledge. Put simply, rationalism is defined as a belief in which the "criterion of the truth is not sensory but intellectual and deductive." Although, he didn't create the belief system, Pythagoras was the first person to emphasize the rationalist view.
Is Patrick Henry or Thomas Jefferson considered a rationalist and why?
Yes, Partick Henry and Thomas Jefferson were both considered rationalist because they both believed that they could improve there lives through God given reasoning. You can see that they are rationalist through the things they write, Thomas Jefferson's declaration of Independenc and Patrick Henry's Speech to the convention
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Why Noam Chomsky is Rationalist?
brief answer: his linguistic theories are premissed upon an innate capacity for language (we're hardwired to communicate with words). This is in opposition to empiricism, which usually posits no a priorimental faculties. If you're not an empiricist, you're a rationalist (or a kantian, which is really where chomsky takes his cues). hope this helps.
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What are the values of Thomas Aquinas for today?
St. Thomas Aquinas valued the essence of Christianity and the value of being a man, of how a man act according to the principle of Christianity. Thomas Aquinas was a Christian Apologist If you are a rationalist or atheist, you can hardly get any "value" from Thomas Aquinas. If you are a theist, you can use some of his arguments to defend your religious positions. But those arguments won't convince today's adequately educated people, nor do they convince you yourself, because deep inside, you know that they make little sense.
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