Religion and Spiritualism


Theology as a Cognitive Discipline

Authors: Arsen A. Movsesyan

The article provides a solution to the problem of classification of the Theological Disciplines. This important problem is solved on the basis of a new Theory of Cognition, which is built proceeding from some general physical representations and heuristic glance at the basics of General Psychology. The criterion for completeness of any cognitive system, which is critical for classification of the Theological Disciplines is also formulated and justified. Relevant Theological Disciplines are represented in tabular form. This shows that Theology is an important fundamental cognitive discipline. A substantiated assertion about the unity of the processes of scientific and theological cognition is one of the important conclusions of this article.

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[v1] 2017-12-03 06:04:00
[v2] 2019-05-02 05:03:02

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