Socrates Between Jeremiah and Descartes

Philosophy and Theology 2 (3):199-219 (1988)
The head and the heart, the hermeneutics of finitude and the hermeneutics of suspicion, Descartes and Jeremiah, idealism and faith: is the “Know thyself” but an epistemological project, a matter of attention, or is there a deceit in the human heart beyond pure reason? Perhaps Socrates’ way is an alternative between Jeremiah and Descartes, a significant revision of the boundary between human and divine
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