A child like faith?


A. C. Grayling, and…

According to the Maverick Philosopher, to whom of course thanks, when A.C. Grayling was asked if he would ever change his mind replied as follows:


…Etienne Gilson, just ONE of those “credulous enough to accept them.”

“No, my views will not change; I am confident in the rationalist tradition which has evaluated the metaphysical and ethical clams of the non- naturalistic theories, and definitely shown them to be vacous in all respects other than the psychological effect they have on those credulous enough to gilson bookaccept them.” 

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